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Nov 16, 2014

Dyatlov Pass Incident. In 1959, 23 year-old Igor Dyatlov led eight other men and women on a trek to a mountain. They were all experienced hikers and skiers. Equipped with cameras and journals, they documented their journey. What ought to have been a simple vacation turned to horror as all nine were found dead under...


Nov 10, 2014

The Cleveland Strangler. Robert Sberna, author of House of Horrors, talks with us about Anthony Sowell, a serial killer and rapist, who is known to have murdered at least 11 women in Cleveland, Ohio. Despite reports of women being attacked by him at his home, he evaded real scrutiny until much later. Was Sowell...


Nov 4, 2014

Central Park Five. April 19, 1989 in New York City would be remembered for the multiple attacks on citizens in Central Park by rampaging youths. Among the victims was a woman known at the time as ‘The Central Park Jogger’. She was raped, beaten, & nearly killed. The police moved quickly and five teenagers were...


Oct 27, 2014

Lizzie Borden. In 1892, 32-year-old Lizzie Borden was living with her father, stepmother, and older sister. On the morning of August 4th of that year, her parents were brutally murdered with a hatchet while Lizzie was in the house. She was quickly suspected of being the one responsible and was later arrested and sent...


Oct 19, 2014

The War On Drugs. In the summer of 1971, President Richard Nixon declared a ‘War On Drugs’. An increase in the size and powers of federal drug control agencies and a reduction of citizens’ rights were just the start of this ‘war’ which later expanded even further under the Reagan administration. Were drugs so...