A few months back, we covered the 2004 case of Lisa Marie Montgomery a woman who murdered Bobbie Jo Stinnet as she brutally cut open Bobbie Jo’s abdomen to take her unborn baby. This case made national headlines, and in 2021, Lisa Marie became the first woman to be executed by the federal government in decades. Our case this week follows a similar trajectory. A 22 year old pregnant woman was lured into a neighbor’s apartment, only to be attacked, killed, and had her unborn baby stolen from her womb.
Katelin Akens, a 19 year old who went missing over five years ago while visiting her family. On the day Katelin was supposed to return back to her home in Arizona with her fiance, her step-father allegedly dropped her off at the airport, but Katelin never arrived.
It’s not everyday that cases that have gone cold get reopened. The odds are even slimmer when there’s no body or DNA evidence that can tie a suspect to the disappearance. And after 25 years? It seems almost impossible. But this past May, for the five children of Linda Lunsford, they might have finally found some answers to what happened when their mother didn’t come home from work in December of 1996.
When police responded to a domestic dispute call in Louisville in 2009, they had no idea that they were about to learn about a murder that had happened six months earlier–a murder of a man they didn’t even know was missing.
The death of 5 year old AJ Freund in 2019, is as heartbreaking as it is enraging. Despite numerous complaints filed against his parents to the Department of Child and Family Services and multiple investigations to rule out neglect, AJ somehow slipped through the cracks. And there were deadly consequences.
Everything is on the internet…The good, the bad, and the downright horrible. And among these content creators are a growing number of social media celebrities—people who have become famous for their YouTube videos, TikToks, or livestreams. While much of this content is harmless and relatively wholesome like dance crazes or baking tips, a darker side of streaming has started to rise up.
This week, we are bringing you the story of a serial killer who went undetected for years in British Columbia and by the time he was captured, he was one victim away from having killed 50 women. Fifty! Today we’re covering the life and capture of Robert Pickton, a pig farmer whose horrific crimes make him one of Canada’s most prolific serial killers.
With an eyewitness who watched Holly Bobo get abducted from her home in April of 2011, it seemed like her case could be solved right away and Holly would be brought home. Instead, for years, nothing came to light. Until suddenly, three years later, the police had six main suspects–three of which had taped confessions.