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Killer Nurse Genene Jones Murdered 60 Children And Will Soon Be Released
Despite killing 47 babies in her first job, Genene Jones was released with a letter of recommendation and her professional reputation still intact.
Archaeologists Discover Thomas Jefferson’s Kitchen – Home Of Some Of America’s First Mac And Cheese
Thomas Jefferson's slave chef, James Hemings, was responsible for popularizing many French dishes in the U.S. including Mac and Cheese and Crème Brûlée.
Police: Man Killed Wife For Changing Channel On Football Game
When police arrived at the scene, they found a bloodbath in the living room.
Pastor Gets Standing Ovation After Admitting To Sexual Assault
It is often said that with god, anything is possible. In one Tennessee church, that would seem to include getting a standing ovation for admitting to sexual assault. Pastor Andy Savage, 42, of Highpoint Church in Memphis did just that on Sunday, when he told his congregation he had been...
The Gross History Of Bloodletting And Medicine By Leeches
Bloodletting was used to draw "tainted" blood from a patient, in the hopes that the disease or infection would be extracted out with it.
Dumb Robber Interviews For Job At Police Station Where He’s Wanted, Is Promptly Arrested
After spending a year evading arrest, the man was arrested after applying for a job at the very police department he had been running from.
American Tourist Goes On Feces-Throwing Rampage At Thai Airport [VIDEO]
The man was seen screaming, walking around naked, and flinging poo at onlookers.
Texas Couple Who Enslaved Nanny For Two Years Given Seven Months In Jail
The couple kept the woman in their home and forced her to work 19.5 hour days without breaks, hot food or hot showers.
Pennsylvania Man Sentenced For Bigamy After Marrying A Woman – And Her Daughter
In addition to bigamy charges, Hauptmann faces forgery and felony weapons charges.
The Mystery Of The Biggest Buried Treasure Find In U.S. History
The 1,411 gold coins discovered in the Saddle Ridge horde are worth $10 million dollars. Yet no one knows who buried them.
The Story Of The Careless Hitman Who Killed Two Women Named Mary Morris
In a city of two million people, two women who shared the name of Mary Morris were murdered within just a few days of each other. Coincidence or is something more sinister at play?