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The Cross-Dressing Canadian Killer Colonel

Sometimes you run across a story that you just have to read to believe.  That would be the case with Colonel Williams from the Canadian Air Force.  This is very obviously a case of a man who was escalating his … Continue reading

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Accused “Honey Bee Killer” to be freed

The story of the man called “The Honey Bee Killer” here in Chicago continues to baffle and frustrate and amaze. The man who was arrested last wee, former Lynwood cop Brian Dorian, is now going to be freed and the … Continue reading

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“Honey Bee Killer” arrested and his story is a strange one

The tale continues of the man accused of shooting three people in Illinois and NW Indiana near Chicago. He has been dubbed “The Honey Bee Killer” thanks to his penchant for talking to the people he shot about honey bees … Continue reading

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Gunman still loose in Indiana or Illinois

A very strange tale has been unfolding in and around the Chicago area today. A man described as “disheveled and unshaven” has been shooting people. He approached two construction workers re-habbing a house in one place and shot two men, … Continue reading

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The Story of the Villisca Axe Murder House (Part Four)

Several hours after the discovery of the body the county coroner, Dr. Linquist, showed up in the town of Villisca. Already the rumors of Frank Jones was starting to spread. He viewed the crime scene, which had been left as … Continue reading

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Chicago’s True Crime Stories: The Sausage King Murders His Wife

One of the most heinous and gruesome crimes in the history of Chicago involves a murdered wife and a man who made sausage. Although this crime took place in the late 1800s, it is still talked about and murmured about … Continue reading

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