En el siglo XIX eran comunes las fotografías post-mortem, como una manera de honrar y recordar a los fallecidos. Estas fotos eran tomadas momentos después de que la persona muriera y es común encontrar fotos de niños fallecidos, dado que en la era victoriana la tasa de mortalidad de infantes era muy alta.
Slaying of Spartanburg teen 43 years ago still a mystery Spartanburg Herald Journal “I said, 'Well, I've got a son laying out there in Greenlawn.'” A disturbing aspect of the case happened a week or two after the shooting.
Confessed serial killer Israel Keyes made at least two stops in British Columbia, according to the FBI, as he criss-crossed his way through the U.S. between 2001 to 2012. Keyes committed suicide last year while in jail for killing an Alaska barista.
Man's 'Tears Of Blood' Remain Medical Mystery: Michael Spann Spews Blood ... Medical Daily “There's three other people that have what I have, in Tennessee alone, which is strange,” Spann said in a video by The Tennessean.
As the FBI continues to investigate cold-case homicides that may have been committed by serial killer Israel Keyes, who admitted to killing eight people before taking his own life last year, they’re also unearthing age-old questions about what motivates killers like Keyes -- and what can be done to stop them.
One notable forensic psychiatrist believes that, in the future, doctors will be able to diagnose potential serial killers and possibly even control their urge to kill.
The fun, new horror film The Conjuring is inspiring all the usual questions that face a based-on-a-true-story horror film: is the story reallytrue? Are the “demonologists” of the film, Ed and Lorraine Warren, just cranks? It’s hard to say. Members of the Perron family, including the matriarch, Carolyn, still stick to the story, which does indeed involve demonic possession. The Perrons appear in promotional material for the film, not least this trailer, which literally stars the entire family. And hauntings, possessions, and poltergeists are always, in some sense, in the eye of the beholder. Who is any one of us to say what they saw, way back in 1972?