Edmund Kemper/David Berkowitz The murder cases of Edmund Kemper and David Berkowitz have many differences and a surprising number of similarities. These two cases can be compared and contrasted by looking at how they both had a violent childhood, they both used a gun to kill their victims, and they were both found guilty on many counts of murder. Edmund Kemper Edmund Kemper was a serial killer that was born on December 18th, 1948 in Burbank California. During his early years of his life, Kemper was a troubled child.
In “Murder on Sunday Morning” the documentary follows the trials of Brenton, a fifteen year old who is being charged for first degree murder and robbery. In both trials Brenton and Steve were treated unjustly by law enforcement. Brenton claimed he was hit by a detective, while Steve was overhearing security bet over his trial. In Steve’s
The accused was defended by his own brother, Charles Ind, who was also gave insight into the family life in Woodland Park. Charles Ind stated, that many forms of abuse, including sexual, took place during their life together with Kermode Jordan and the negligence by their mother Pamela, thus giving reason to the murders. Evidence was brought forward from the night of the murders and the prosecutor stated: “whatever happened in that house, has been exagerated for one purpose, to get this defendant off as an excuse to kill.” The jury fas faced with the question, “is abuse really a reason for murder?” After several questionings and examination of evidence, the jury found the defendant guilty of first degree murders of Pamela and Kermode Jordan and the court sentenced Jacob Ind to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Manson and his family were actually arrested on the suspicion that they had vandalized part of Death Valley National Park. It was not until later that the police realized that Manson and his followers were responsible for the murders. On January 25, 1971, Charles Manson was found guilty of first-degree murder and conspiracy for directing the homicides of the Tate and LaBianca victims. Kasabian, the car driver, was given immunity
Statistics have proven that paranormal activity was effective in the house because of all the actual deaths and hauntings that were proven in the Whaley House. For example, Marion Reynolds, the four year old great-granddaughter of Thomas Whaley, died from eating ant poison. Some people have heard a child 's cry in the night while some people have experienced "something" holding their hand when they walk in a certain room in the Whaley House. Violet Whaley committed suicide in the house. She shot herself with her father 's pistol in 1885.
The first is Karen’s research on the Waverly Sanatorium, which at different points in its history was a geriatrics hospital and a sanatorium for people with tuberculosis, and currently is considered one of the most haunted places in America. The second case is Ben’s investigation into the ghost of Little Bobby, who supposedly haunts the Kimi theater and was supposedly the source of poltergeist activity during a play. Using these two cases, along with the failure of the facts surrounding their history, the podcast successfully demonstrates to the listener how comparing real historical facts with the narrative history of a ghost story can disprove, or at the very least cast serious doubts on, a ghost’s existence. Many ghost stories gain credibility based on the notion that something real happened to create the ghost and motivate it to remain in the place where it died, thus Monster Talk proposes that one can debunk a ghost story by showing its history is either greatly exaggerated or fully fabricated. There may be a slight flaw in the conclusion that if the story behind a ghost is false, then the haunting activity that has been credited to that ghost cannot possibly be paranormal, however if we place the burden of proof on ghost believers rather than the skeptics, this conclusion is sufficient for the purposes of the skeptics.
The couple tragic end after only 2 years,Clyde was 20 and Bonnie was only 19 years old. Bonnie and Clyde growing up in the same area some say it could be fate that the two became notorious criminals. Bonnie and Clyde even ment in the state they both grew up in, Texas. They lived a life of crime with the Barrow Gang until an old retired cop was hired just to catch they and then they
On December 22, 1978 Gacy officially confessed to police and was arrested. Gacy confessed to abducting killing 25-30 teenage boys since 1972. After confessing, Gacy went back to his home with police where he showed them where his victims were. 28 of the bodies were found on Gacy’s property, with 26 of those in his crawl space.
CNN. Cable News Network) Charles Manson instructed them “to go into the Tate house and totally destroy everyone, as gruesome as you can.” While they were trespassing, Steven Parent, a visitor of the residence’s caretaker, William Garretson was leaving the property in his vehicle. Tex Watson, swung a knife at him, and then shot him four times in the chest and abdomen. Tex Watson entred the residence by cutting the screen of a window and opened the front door for Atkins and Krenwinkel, Kasabian was at the end of the driveway to keep watch.
During the early 1960 's, a charismatic, charming and relentlessly brutal leader, compelled a group of emotionally insecure, broken individuals to commit a series of horrific murders, through nothing more than his own silver tongue. Through his use of the talents of five of his closest cult members, members of an organisation known as 'The Family ', he perpetrated several now iconic murders, involving Hollywood actress Sharon Tate, and Leno and Rosemary LaBianca, either for reasons involving a specific end of days event known as 'Helter Skelter ', or just for the sheer fun of it, a dot that thus far remains unconnected. This man, notorious criminal Charles Manson was an expert at utilising people 's antisocial behavioural tendencies to
However, the beginning ends with detectives interviewing Jay, an acquaintance of Adnan, who claims that Adnan repeatedly spoke about murdering Hae, and called him when he had supposedly
In 1972, the same year we remarried, he committed his first murder on January 3. Gacy would lure his victims driving around town and pretended to be a police officer. His primary target was young men, who was in between the ages of nine to twenty and seemed to be a “runaway”. Next, Gacy would lure them back to his house to torture, rape, and strangle. At last, he would depose the bodies by burying under his house into his crawl space.
He named the book The Big Book of Granny. The hero of the book was a mass murderer who carried a gun that was disguised as a cane. The book was filled with images and description of killing children, cannibalism, and taxidermy (Scinto). The Big Book of Granny would be something you would expect to be written by a horror movie writer not a fifth grader. His writing assignments were packed full of mayhem, war, and death (Daly).
Now that there is some background information on Dennis Rader we can now start to look at and examine the way he was caught and what technology was used to catch him. During the time of the killings, from 1974-1979 several letters were sent by BTK who unbeknown to the police was Dennis Rader. The 1st of these letters was found in Wichita Public Library in October 1974 stuffed. This letter descrided the killing of the Otero family that happened in January of 1974 (criminal motives.com ). In 1978 another letter was sent to television station KAKE in Wichita, in which this letter Rader claimed responabilities for the Otero, Shirley Vian, Nancy Fox and another victim who was thought to be Kathryn Bright.
F Gary Gray and Straight Outta Compton Set Record F. Gary Gray, Antoine Fuqua, Spike Lee, Keenan Ivory Wayans, John Singleton, Tim Story and Tyler Perry. Do you know what these names represent? These are the six top-grossing black directors in Hollywood, in order. While F. Gary Grey is at the bottom of the list in all-time gross, he is at the top when it comes to the success of a single film. F. Gary Gray made his mark with "Friday" and again with "Set It Off."