The Night Stalker Part Two

On August 24, 1985, after Ramirez’s encounter with Inez Erickson, Erickson provided the police with a detailed description of the assailant. Police also got a cast of Ramirez’s footprint from the Romero house. The found the stolen car on August 28th in Wilshire Center, and police were able to get a single fingerprint from the... Continue Reading →

The Night Stalker Part One

Richard Ramirez, or as he was better known, The Night Stalker, left Los Angeles paralyzed by fear in the mid 1980s. Before his reign of terror was brought to an end, he had killed at least 14 people, and tortured several others. The life and terror of Richard Ramirez will be done in two parts.... Continue Reading →

John Wayne Gacy

For the people in his community, John Wayne Gacy was a friendly man who entertained young children. He was known for his alter ego, Pogo the Clown, and would host parties in his neighborhood. By 1978, public perception of Gacy took a turn, and garnered him the nickname of “the Killer Clown.” Gacy was born... Continue Reading →

The Zodiac Killer

In the late 1960s, a man came forward, calling himself the Zodiac Killer, who claimed responsibility for at least five murders in Northern California. Still, there is a good chance that he was responsible for more. In one of his letters, Zodiac claimed that he had killed 37 victims. However, he has only been connected... Continue Reading →

Harold Shipman AKA Dr. Death

Harold Shipman was born on January 14, 1946, the middle child of a working-class family. He went by Fred and was his mother’s favorite child. Vera, his mother, was considered domineering, and she instilled in him a sense of superiority that tainted most of his relationships, leaving him an isolated adolescent. When Vera was diagnosed... Continue Reading →

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