It was a little past 9am when Jose Alfredo Esquivel woke to frantic knocking. Wiping the sleep from his eyes, Jose got out of bed and walked to the front
"It started like many South Florida murders."—The Miami Herald.
There were 1,193 murders in Florida in 1983 by the time the two joggers discovered the "beaten and strangled"
"Screams of joy quickly turned to cries of terror."
They waited in line all day, or at least it felt like all day, but now the long wait was finally
The boy's body was a horrible sight to see. Wrapped around his little neck was a cord tied so tightly that the police struggled to untangle it. Ultimately, they would
The phone rang incessantly until Wallace Swartz finally answered. It was 2:13am, and he knew that a call this late must be an emergency. He wiped the sleep from
Since August 20th, 2007, at least 21 tennis shoes containing human feet have washed up on the shores of the Salish Sea in Washington State. For years detectives undertook the
Dennis “Scooter” Abrahamsen had made a lot of enemies. The 41-year-old entrepreneur was well known to police through his tow trucking business for illegally repossessing cars and extorting their owners
By 1988, Suzanne Eaton was already venturing into her second scientific field, and to say that was an accomplishment is an understatement — because even decades later, the statistics surrounding women
When a Brisbane power company received a call concerning a blown fuse box, they had no reason to suspect anything sinister.
The caller was Peter Volke, a well-known cruise ship
I can’t think of a worse way to die than to be spaghettified through an old-timey sugar cane machine. The two massive steel rollers compressing the human tissue with