Crime Library: Criminal Minds and Methods

Today in Crime History: The Case of the Vancouver Missing Women Begins

On September 23, 1997, the first missing-person report was filed in what would lead to a serial-killing hog farmer, a $100 million investigation and the longest trial in Canadian history. Robert Pickton may have killed as many as 60 women and is known for feeding his victims to his hogs.

Pet torturer and killer appeals pet owning ban

The “psychotic narcissist,” who filmed herself hanging and disemboweling the family dog, and was subsequently convicted of killing or injuring an animal, causing unnecessary suffering and pain to an animal and possessing a knife, is out on probation. She is now asking the court to lift the ban on her owning pets. Read the case of this Romanian-born “serial killer in the making.”

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