The Wickham Murders of 1854

The Wickham Murders of 1854

Huntington, NY - The 1854 murders in Cutchogue were one of the most horrifying events to take place on the East End.

Image 46- Going back to the research when it came looking at different serial killers, Ed Gein is famous for making house hold items out of the body parts that came from his victims. He inspired the creation of several film characters, including Norman Bates ('Psycho'), Jame Gumb ('The Silence of the Lambs') and Leatherface ('Texas Chainsaw Massacre').

Image 46- Going back to the research when it came looking at different serial killers, Ed Gein is famous for making house hold items out of the body parts that came from his victims. He inspired the creation of several film characters, including Norman Bates ('Psycho'), Jame Gumb ('The Silence of the Lambs') and Leatherface ('Texas Chainsaw Massacre').

Lizzie Borden’s Irish maid witnessed 19th century's most famous murders Jan 27 2014 Irish Central

Lizzie Borden’s Irish maid witnessed 19th century's most famous murders Jan 27 2014 Irish Central

27 Famous Unsolved Murders in California

27 Famous Unsolved Murders in California

Capote at the grave of the four murdered members of the Clutter family, Valley View Cemetery, Garden City, Kansas.

Capote at the grave of the four murdered members of the Clutter family, Valley View Cemetery, Garden City, Kansas.

Although this poster is from the early 30's, Al Capone was notorious throughout the roaring twenties. (Hana NRMS)

Al capone chicago gangster reward depression era poster

Although this poster is from the early 30's, Al Capone was notorious throughout the roaring twenties. (Hana NRMS)

Twin brothers Ronald "Ronnie" Kray and Reginald "Reggie" Kray were English gangsters who were foremost perpetrators of organised crime in London's East End during the 1950s and '60s.

Britain's most successful gangster is out of prison and seems intent on reclaiming his empire

Twin brothers Ronald "Ronnie" Kray and Reginald "Reggie" Kray were English gangsters who were foremost perpetrators of organised crime in London's East End during the 1950s and '60s.

Alice Nutter of Roughlee, One of twelve marched in chains from the pendle area to Lancaster. One of eleven tried at Lancaster Casle and one of ten hanged. The crime "witchcraft"

Alice Nutter of Roughlee, One of twelve marched in chains from the pendle area to Lancaster. One of eleven tried at Lancaster Casle and one of ten hanged. The crime "witchcraft"

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