A couple living next door to Germany’s Münster University has complained that the cage for the guinea pig experiment kept outside by the University’s biology department smells and the animals make too much noise — specifically guinea pigs sex noise.
Mass murderer James Holmes and homicidal cannibal Luka Magnotta have legions of fans. Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is on the cover of Rolling Stone. Though there have always been those infatuated with killers — serial killer Ted Bundy was bombarded daily with love letters — it seems that social media has taken what was rare quirk into the mainstream.
To some people, revenge is a dish best served full of poop.
French authorities are asking tourists to be on their guard after a woman, who was walking her dog, was knocked to the ground and mauled, nearly to death, by a pride of feral cats.
A man in Norman, Oklahoma, is accused of drowning two neighborhood ducks in muriatic acid after becoming upset with his mother.
A grim fascination with serial killers has left some women so attracted to men like Richard Ramirez and Ted Bundy that they become groupies, lovers and even wives. Who are these women, what attracts them to murderers and what do they expect in return? A look at some noteworthy examples.
Found stuffed in a gym bag, wearing a radiation suit, shot with an umbrella gun. A review of some of the strangest deaths involving spies.
On July 15, 2004, the South Korean police arrested serial killer Yoo Young-cheol. Released from prison in 2003, he planned to kill 100 rich people, but first he practiced, capturing lots of stray dogs and beating them to death. Then he moved on to killing wealthy prostitutes.
In an odd story out of the African country of Malawi, police in Mzimba arrested Moses Malengenya, 32, from the village of Kafoteka on June 30, 2013, after he was found in possession of human male genitalia — not his own.
A burglar in New Zealand may be too traumatized to rob anyone again after discovering a hanging body in a house he broke into.