Before we dive in, a quick content warning. This story contains necrophilia. And a bunch of other disturbing stuff obviously, so buckle up I guess.

On February 9th, 1983, Dennis Nilsen was arrested after police showed up at his home on a tip from his buildings plumbing company. During the drive to the police station he confessed to killing as many as 16 young men, and once they arrived he gave a full confession, with as many details as he could remember. Points for cooperation I suppose. …

In the past decade, nearly 26,000 murders have gone without an arrest in major American cities. Of those, more than 18,600 of the victims -almost three-quarters -were black, according to TheWashington Post.

Shenikas body was discovered on January 12, 2010, near 64th Avenue and Indian School Road, in the parking lot of Arizona Korean Presbyterian Church at 4:54 A.M. She was 23 at the time of her death, and the killer has never been caught.

Shenika grew up in Phoenix, Arizona, and attended WestView High School in Avondale. She had three young girls ages two, four, and six at the…

According to the International Centre For Missing And Exploited Children, an estimated 460,000 children are reported missing every year in the United States.

The case of Sherry Lynn Marler is one that has left her family, and everyone else involved wondering what really happened on June 6, 1984, for the last 37 years. Sherry and her step-father were at First National Bank in Greenville, Alabama the day she was abducted. According to her step-father Raymond Stringfellow, he gave Sherry a dollar so that she could go across the street to the Chevron and get a soda. But when he finished…

Source: Las Cruces Sun News

The events that took place on February 10th 1990, in Las Cruces, New Mexico were so horrific, that day has remained a black spot marring the town’s history for over 30 years. It was close to 8 am when Steven Teran walked into Las Cruces Bowl with his two daughters Valerie (2) and Paula (6). Teran was unable to find a babysitter for the day, and instead planned to drop the girls off at the alley’s internal daycare. What he stumbled on that day in the bowling alley would end up costing him and his daughters their lives.

Seeing no…

On a warm Sunday afternoon in October of 2003, two bodies were discovered in the back of a white F-150 near Bumble Bee Road. The bodies were soon identified as Lisa Gurrieri and Brandon Rumbaugh who’d both been reported missing the day before. The young couple was found in their sleeping bags, shot multiple times in the head.

Lisa and her boyfriend had planned to celebrate their one year anniversary together by taking an overnight trip to a somewhat popular camping spot in Black Canyon City, Arizona. It’s said the two were headed up to a secluded area to spend…

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