Elizabeth Short | Black Dahlia | True Crime Zone
Elizabeth Short aka Black Dahlia was murdered on the 15th of January 1947. She had been surgically cut in half, with the two halves left in a posed position a foot apart. Her murder remains unsolved. Click to read more true crime cases and true crime stories
Oklahoma proposes bringing back gas chambers, but with nitrogen
A dwindling supply of the drugs used in the chemical cocktail that is administered in lethal injections is encouraging new ideas on executing people. Nitrogen gas is at the top of the list in Oklahoma and elsewhere in the country. See some of the execution methods used in U.S. and elsewhere throughout history. Photo: Weegee(Arthur Fellig)/Internatio, Getty Images / ICP
Tennessee mother of two, Anna Clifford, was pulled over for a DUI in March 2007 allegedly after a long night celebrating her friend's birthday. Police say that Clifford, 25, had the sunroof open when she was pulled over, in order to make room for her enormous Mohawk hairdo, reports the Daily Mail. The police photographer had to take several steps back to accommodate her 18 inch hair in the mug shot. Credit: Memphis Police Department
This is what All lives matter stands for. Because blacks might be oppressed and mistreated but so are whites! We dont' see Justice in many law cases. If you're white all the sudden you're automatically racists and that doesn't go for blacks for some reason. ALL lives matter to me stands for stop trying to stand up for one group and go stand up for America as a nation. Because America might be filed with different races religions and ethnic groups but we are all American so stand up for all of us
Charles "Tex" Watson is led back to jail from a courtroom in Los Angeles, Oct. 12, 1971, after he was convicted of seven counts of first-degree murder and one of conspiracy to commit murder in the Tate-LaBianca slayings. Watson, a member of the Charles Manson "family," was the last of five defendants to be convicted in the slayings.
Lady killers: The most prolific and deadly female serial killers
Miyuki Ishikawa In 1948, two police officers patrolling the Japanese city of Waseda investigated an abandoned bag – and found it contained the bodies of five babies. Their investigation lead to the discovery of Japan’s most prolific female serial killer, Miyuki Ishikawa.