‘The Mind of a Murderer’: Kenny Bianchi was the Hillside Strangler

Kenneth Alessio Bianchi was born on May 22, 1951, in Rochester, New York, to an alcoholic prostitute who gave him up for adoption two weeks after he was born. He was adopted in August 1951 by Nicholas Bianchi and his wife Frances Scioliono-Bianchi, and was their…

Black Dahlia Murder on ’48 Hours’

’48 Hours’ on CBS produced an episode on the Black Dahlia murder. It aired November 27, 2004. Learn more about the murder on Wikipedia.

Richard Jewell: 2002 ’60 Minutes’ Interview

From the archives: More than five years after being falsely accused of the ’96 Olympic bombing, Jewell said he was still tortured by the experience. The bomb was planted by Eric Rudolph, who has been convicted for the crime. (Source:…

International Team Cracks Coded Message from Zodiac Killer

On December 3rd, 2020, an international three-person team of codebreakers made a breakthrough with the Zodiac Killer’s unsolved 340-character cipher. By December 5th, the team finished cracking the cipher and sent the solution to the FBI. This is the full…

How Did John Connelly Die?

In December 2001, the Connelly family of Ottawa was given the worst possible news that their 22-year-old son John, a third-year university student, was dead. Police told them that their John Connelly had taken his own life by jumping off…

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