Carol M. Bundy was a ruthless serial killer. In her early years Carol M. Bundy was young kind and beautiful. Not many people would have thought or even believed that she would become a serial killer. She was kind too everyone she knew she helped people however when her mother died she became very nonsocial to everyone her mother’s death hurt her very badly. It eruct her hard she lost her mind completely. She killed over sixteen people and she was arrested August 11, in 1981 and her and her husband was soon known as the sunset strip killers. Carol M. Bundy was an American serial Killer. All the dead bodies and all the horrifying evidence this proves that Carol M. Bundy was an American serial killer.
On one drizzly night in Brooklyn,New York a little boy was left at an orphanage, his mother telling him she would be right back. Only she was not right back, and was never able to fully take care of him on her own again. This boy was Jennings Michael Burch, and They Cage The Animals At Night is a true story of Jenning’s survival and strength as he traveled from orphanage to orphanage, never quite sure when he would ever return home. Jenning’s faces many challenges throughout his childhood, but his inside strength get’s him through them all.If one thing is learned from this heartbreaking story it is: Never give up on your own psychological and mental strength, you can overcome anything and everything if you just believe.
The serial killer I researched was Bertha Gifford. She is most famous for her way of killing people. She didn’t use a common way, she would use rat poisoning (arsenic). She killed more then seventeen people, mostly children. Gifford was born in October 1872 in Grubville, Missouri. She was one of ten children to William Poindexter Williams and Matilda nèe Lee. Gifford was a white female. People say that Gifford was one of the best children around and was absolutely beautiful. No one ever thought she would be responsible for the death of seventeen plus people.
Aunt Henrietta Jackson daughter of Fielding W Jackson and Elvira Ellis was born in January of 1878. Henrietta was about 11 or 12 when her father passed away leaving her mother to raise 7 children the 6 boys and Henrietta. She was charged with assisting her mom with the children as well as household chores, also learning how to work in the fields. Education was paramount in the Ellis-Jackson home and like her mother she too began a career as a school teacher at Poplar Hill School. During breaks from teaching (planting and harvesting season) Henrietta found work in Harriston, Fayette, and at one time thought of going to Memphis. Henrietta did marry a man from Franklin County whose name was Robert Jackson. “Nanch”, as the children called her, returned to Jefferson County to continue her teaching career after the death of Robert. Henrietta was a tough taskmaster and believed in a strict adherence to the
In the second half of the Canadian novel Lullabies for Little Criminals, author Heather O’Neill continues to illustrate and conclude the development of the themes of loss of innocence and love. Baby’s negative life decisions, such as delinquency, prostitution, and drug addiction are elements of her need to feel a sense of belonging and affection. Unfortunately, the lack of her family’s presence causes her to seek appreciation in the wrong places.
There are several similarities and several differences between Lucille Fletcher's 1941 radio play, The Hitchhiker, and the 1960 Twilight Zone episode of the same name. In this story, the driver travels from New York to California and sees the same Hitchhiker multiple times during the trip.
A three months pregnant teenager was declared dead after her mysterious collapse at her home in Honduras. Her family members called a priest believing she was possessed by an evil spirit when they saw the teenager fell unconscious and foaming at her mouth.
The Zodiac killer is one of the most infamous killers in American history. He murdered at least five people between the 1960s and 1970’s. His victims were often couples who were in secluded places around San Francisco. He received widespread media attention due to his habits of taunting the police and newspapers with coded messages. He signed his letters with his symbol, which was a circle with a plus sign over it. Although several suspects have been identified, the cases involving the zodiac killer have never been solved.
The serial killer that I am doing my report on is Jeffrey Dahmer. Jeffrey was born on May 21, 1960 and he had died on November 28, 1994. Jeffrey was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Jeffrey was actually pretty normal up until the age of four. Jeffrey had to correct a double hernia which had caused a difference in his body and actions. By the time he hit his teenage years, he had very little to no friends, and was very tense acting with most things. At just the age of 14, he started to have compulsions towards necrophilia and thoughts of murder as well. These thoughts didn’t really come into account up until Dahmer's parents had gotten divorced just a few years before. This had caused questions as to maybe if this is what had caused this turning
He was born on August 27, 1906 and died on July 26, 1984. He was born in La Crosse, Wisconsin. He lived with his dad, his mom, and his older brother named Henry. His dad was an alcoholic while his mother was very religious whom he was super devoted to. His parents only stayed together due to their religious beliefs about divorce. Gein and his family lived on a farm in hopes of avoiding people from influencing Ed and his brother. Ed spent a large portion of his time going to school and doing chores. Gein never left home or had interest in dating. His mother would often take a portion of their night to read them parts of the bible. She typically selected graphic selections that often dealt with
Jeffrey Dahmer is a serial killer. He is a serial killer because he killed more than three people, he killed them on different dates, and he had three different locations. His first murder was Stephen Hicks on June 1978 in the house that his father and his mom and dad left him in. His second murder (9 years later) Steven Tumoi on September 1987 in his grandmother’s house. His third murder (one month later) James Doxtator on October 1987 in Jeffrey’s apartment. His fourth murder (five months later) Richard Guerrero on March 1988 in Jeffrey’s apartment. His fifth murder (11 months later) Anthony Sears on February 1989 in Jeffrey’s apartment. His sixth murder (3 months later) Ramon Smith on May 1990 in Jeffrey’s apartment. His seventh murder (1
The late sixties and early seventies were mostly known as a time of overseas war and stateside flower power. Although for the Northern California communities, it was a time of fear and desperation. During this time a man, a psychopath really, was terrorizing the people with his deranged antics. This man was, and still is, one of the most well known and dangerous serial killers that the United States has ever produced. This man is the one and only infamous Zodiac Killer.