Ted Bundy was a bloodthirsty killer. But though many were beginning to suspect it, proving it was another matter back in the 70s—until the discovery of bite mark evidence. With the use of forensic dentistry or odontology, the jury convicted Bundy. Two dentists ended his reign of terror.
After Ruth Pelke was viciously murdered by 15-year-old Paula Cooper, Ruth’s grandson, Bill Pelke, forgave Cooper and fought against the sentence that made the teen the youngest inmate on death row.
Here is a summary of the pros and cons of the death penalty, and an opportunity for readers to share their views.
How the government's General Motors Tarp bailout skirted and ignored the rule of law and economic common sense. With 2013 updates for GM bailout details.
The Johnson Amendment is part of the tax code. It protects both churches and society by prohibiting churches from endorsing political candidates.
Ed Gein was the real-life killer who inspired the characters in Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Silence of the Lambs, and Psycho.
On any given day, there are approximately 90,000 active missing person cases in the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) at the FBI. Here are 10 missing persons whose families are desperately searching for them.
The Cecil, renamed The Stay on Main has undergone a few revamps, the latest of which includes a turn as micro-apartment housing. Read on for the creepy history of the former hotel and what the future holds for it.
Regina Bos was a local Lincoln, Nebraska, woman who went missing without a trace in 2000. This is the case that got me interested in missing persons because she was my family and she has never been found.
The Tate-LaBianca murders shocked the nation. Fifty years later, Leno and Rosemary LaBianca are the forgotten victims of the Manson Family.
September 5 is Jury Rights Day. Do you know that juries have a right to judge the law as well as the accused? Learn how you can nullify victimless crime laws!
I want to thank everyone who read my previous article, 5 Things You Didn't Know About Shoplifting and helped to make it the success it's become. Almost 4 years later, the article has snowballed into a giant question and answer hub.
In the summer of 1946 twelve year old Muriel Drinkwater took a short cut through the woods and was brutally murdered. Labelled 'The Red Riding Hood Murder' it has remained an unsolved crime.
This article provides a list of some of the most notorious serial killers in the history of the United States. Body counts weren't emphasized in this story, instead the infamous nature of these dastardly criminals.