While a WLVT Channel 8 news team with reporter Hilary Magacs was at the scene covering the murder of a 61-year-old Knoxville, Tennessee woman Tuesday, the victim’s daughter, Katie Nichols, waved and approached. With cameras still rolling, she confessed to stabbing her mother to death, and revealed her disturbing motive: Satanic spells, a satanic cult, and her mother was the Antichrist.
An impatient cop shot a 18-year-old boy suffering from schizophrenia after his parents called for assistance
A Newport, Rhode Island, police incident report surfaced regarding Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis and sheds some light on his mental condition during the days leading up to the massacre. Information such as this probably led investigators to characterize his mental state as “unstable.”
The videos seen here are designed to give viewers a glimpse at what it’s like to have schizophrenia, a disorder that affects an estimated 1% of the U.S. population. The first video gives a peek into a day in the life of a schizophrenic, while the second clip attempts to convey what it’s like to suffer from auditory hallucinations.
Typical Fourth of July crimes usually involve booze, fireworks and fighting—the aftermath of too much fun in the sun, but the horrific events that allegedly unfolded at the Lake Worth, Fla., home of Ferna Quesner on the night of July Fourth had nothing to do with festivities or celebration.
We’ve all heard horror stories of mothers-in-law and the men who hate them. But grandmothers-in-law?
On June 24, 2009, football coach and town hero Ed Thomas was brutally killed by former player Mark Becker in front of 20 witnesses. The murder sent the people of Parkersburg, Iowa, reeling, but the motive would prove to be the most baffling aspect of the case.
“I’m an innocent man. I never killed anyone. Y’all are killing an innocent man.” Those were the last words uttered by 44-year-old Jonathan Green before he was injected with the lethal cocktail of drugs that would end his life. Green was pronounced dead at 10:45 pm last night in a Huntsville, Texas prison. The execution came after a flurry of wrangling this past week.
According to her family, Stephanie Hicks was walking across the Alton Bridge on July 4, to seek help for her problems at the BJC Christian Hospital when she got a courtesy ride from police.