‘FALSE WITNESS’: Did a Doctor Kill His Wife and Two Children? Or was it a bunch of hippies?

Dr. Jeffrey R. MacDonald was convicted of killing his pregnant wife and two daughters in 1970. “False Witness” tells his side of the story. He puts the blame on some hippies supposedly spotted in the area. MacDonald claims they broke…

Charles Manson Interview With Penny Daniels 1989

Having just read Tom O’ Neill’s book “CHAOS: Charles Manson, the CIA, and the Secret History of the Sixties,” this interview is fascinating.

Ghosts of Highway 20

Beginning in the late 1970s, a sinister presence cast a shadow over an isolated part of central Oregon. It lurked in the background, ignored or unnoticed. Women, often vulnerable or marginalized, were disappearing. These are the stories of the ghosts…

‘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.

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