Javed Iqbal Mughal was a twisted, manipulative and incredibly sick individual who used his wealthy lifestyle to lure, abuse and kill the vulnerable street children of Pakistan. The following harrowing events took place in Lahore, Pakistan, between 1998 and 1999. This story comes with a warning as each one of his victims was a child.
Infamous Serial Killers of history who shook their communities to the core. From poison to sleeping pills, to dismemberment to burning bodies in acid. Serial Killers Baba Anujka Baba Anujka, the Granny Killer, was the first and the most prolific of the former Yugoslavia’s killers, and probably also among the world’s most prolific. Jack The Ripper Few serial killers have […]
The Snowtown murders, commonly known as the “bodies in the barrels” case, are filled with unthinkable horrors: mutilation, sexual abuse, and violent deaths that ultimately claimed the lives of 12 people. This true crime story is not only the account of one depraved and violent killer but also the work of a group of sadistic men and one vicious, blood-thirsty leader.
Explore the inspiring stories of these Famous People in History whose indomitable spirits and the lasting legacies shaped the world they left behind, Famous People in History Tribulet The Jester Triboulet The Jester was a comedically gifted court Jester that lived during the reigns of both Louis XII and Francis I. Big Nose George Big Nose George, after a lifetime […]
Ted Kaczynski commonly known as the Unabomber, is a name that strikes fear and intrigue in the hearts and minds of many.
Kaczynski’s story is not just one of violence, but also of a troubled mind that eventually succumbed to radical ideologies, fuelled in part by more than 200 hours of MK ULTRA experiments he was subjected to at the hands of the CIA’s doctor Henry Murray.
Steven Jay Russell, otherwise known as “The Great Escape Artist,” or “King Con” was one of the most notorious con artists of all time. Born in 1957, Russell made a name for himself by masterminding a number of daring escapes from prison and committing a variety of frauds.
Romanticized in legend as the “German Robin Hood” and remembered as a hero, Gottfried “Götz” von Berlichingen, better known as “Götz of the Iron Hand”, was a German Imperial Knight (Reichsritter), a mercenary, and a poet.
Tarrare was a mysterious French man who was known for his extreme appetite, bizarre eating habits, and an unknown medical condition that caused him to consume inedible objects.
One of the most infamous lonely hearts killers was Harold Frederick Shipman, nicknamed ‘Dr Death’ or ‘The Angel of Death’, a British doctor who is believed to have murdered between 215 and 250 of his patients, making him one of the world’s most prolific murderers. He posed as a caring and trustworthy physician but used his position to administer lethal doses of drugs to his victims.