Unsolved cases that still creep you out to this day
The Keddie Murders
>in 1981, three people were found murdered in Cabin 28 at Keddie near the Sierra Nevada mountains in California
>the victims were Glenna Sharp, known as Sue, her son John (age fifteen), and his friend, Dana Wingate (aged seventeen). As well Tina Sharp who went missing and later declared dead
>all three victims found in the cabin had been bound with electrical wire and medical tape
>victims had been bludgeoned with a claw hammer, and Sue and John had been stabbed repeatedly. John's throat had been cut. Dana Wingate was also manually strangled and bludgeoned with another weapon
>one of the knives discovered at the scene had been used so forcefully that the bladeform had bent approximately twenty-five degrees
>Tina Sharp was missing, presumably abducted from the scene
>her skull was found three years later 95 miles from the cabin, but the rest of her remains are undiscovered
>case remains unsolved
Apparently the three boys and the oldest daughter next door were found to be alive. The older daughter first discovered their bodies in Cabin 28 the next morning.
Some more for you folks.
Anthonette Christine Cayedito
>9 year old girl from New Mexico disappears on April 6, 1986
>Cayedito's mom receives phone call one day
>a girl on the phone was on line with her telling her that she's in Albuquerque.
>an unidentified male voice was later heard, "Who said you could use the phone?"
>the girl screams and call is ended
>four years later, a girl resembling Cayedito and two people accompanying her arrives at a restaurant in Las Vegas
>she intentionally drops knives and forks on ground and when a waiter arrives to pick it up, she squeezes their hand tightly
>girl apparently writes a message on a napkin that reads "Please help me! Call the Police"
>they leave the restaurant
>waiter later finds message and calls the police
>sister believes that she got abducted by a man posing as his uncle
They might have solved the case if they had got someone other than Napoleon Dynamite to do the sketch.
Reminds me of this /o/ thing
Wtf is a "food engineer" btw? Fry cook?
>Acts like a loonie in elevator
>looks like shes talking to someone off camera
>later found dead, in water supply tank,
> no way to get up there without setting off alarm, hard to open the tank lid.
i have a suspicion that someone who works at that hotel killed her in cold blood, brought her probably through stairs off camera and dumped her body in the tank, probably turned off the alarm trigger before even going through it.
This is more circumstantial stuff and theory,
> probably would buy tbh
Have detailed and reupholstered.
Reupholstering wouldn't do it but tearing out the carpet and seats, oxygen cleaning all surfaces, rhino lining and installing junkyard seats all around would have cost less than another $1000 and you'd have had a good deal.
The SECRET would have been to make sure you yourself never smelled it before you had it done. Your mind would play tricks on you.
she was having a manic episode and freaked the fuck out. she was probably hallucinating, she thought she was in danger and in her head, the water tank was the best option. nothing paranormal at all, just a mentally ill person.
This link below explains it in more detail and he was definitely murdered.
Why are there no good books on Isdal Woman?
I'd love to see a movie about her
The Taman Shud case would be the GOAT spy film.
>family in German living in a farm in 1922 was killed by an unidentified murderer
>days prior to the murders, they find unexpected things that believe they weren't alone
>footprints heard in the attic and a missing newspaper. Keys were missing
>new maid believed the farm was haunted and was about to quit
>each family member was lured one by one in the barn house before being killed
>afterwards the perpetrator went to the house and killed a 2 year old and the maid
>Brandon Swanson, who was 19 when he disappeared, went into a ditch on a gravel road. He called home at 1:54 a.m. and asked his parents to pick him up near Lynd, a small town southwest of Marshall. He said he would walk toward town.
>As Brian and Annette Swanson drove toward Lynd, Brian talked to Brandon on his cellphone. "I talked to him for 47 minutes, and all of a sudden, he said, 'Oh, s---!' and the phone went dead," Brian Swanson said. "There was nothing after that."
>playing out the disappearance scene in my head before reading your post
>hearing AVGN saying "O SHIT" in the kids place before the scene fades out and his theme song starts playing
You mother fucker
The Black Doodler
The Doodler, also known as the Black Doodler, is an unidentified serial killer believed responsible for 14 slayings and three assaults of men in the gay community of San Francisco, California between January 1974 and September 1975. The nickname was given due to the perpetrator's habit of sketching his victims prior to having sex with them and then stabbing them to death. The perpetrator met his victims at gay nightclubs, bars and restaurants.
The Monster of Florence
The Monster of Florence, also known as Il Mostro, is an epithet commonly used for the perpetrator, or perpetrators, of 16 murders, nearly all of them couples, that took place between 1968 and 1985 in the province of Florence, Italy. The same gun and pattern were used in all the murders.
>two Brazilian men kill themselves
>both of them wearing lead masks
>police discover notebook that reads '16:30 be at the specified location. 18:30 ingest capsules, after the effect protect metals await signal mask'
>autopsy results were inconclusive because of badly decomposed internal organs
They specifically planned the exact location and time to kill themselves while wearing the weird stuff. Some theories suggest they were trying to contact the ayyliens.
Fun fact - Most police departments don't have professional sketch artists like on TV. It's usually just some cop drawing on a blank page in his notebook. Sometimes you get an artistic one, sometimes you get this.
>tfw driving frequently back and forth between Sioux Falls and Minneapolis
>tfw nothing but corn in between
>tfw stopping at random rest areas and gas stations
I did not need to see this right now.
I think probably he met the same fate as these two girls. He just died after he got out of the car. There's a whole lot of nothing in the Midwest, and it's really easy for people to just wander off and not be found.
I just went ahead and gave it another try. Confirmed fake Craigslist post. Some guy posted the pics on his blog 2 years before the Craigslist ad was posted.
famous ufo researcher jaques vallee was in brazil at the time of the incident and investigated the ufo rash at the time. i can't remember the name of the book but it's extremely creepy. apparently several people were literally murdered by ufos shooting rays at them which apparently caused severe radiation sickness.
>>read all wikis/vids
reinstated paranoia complete
Or what Flanders would call Karl when being keked by Maude for that bbc.
The Black Dahila
>Not knowing your Simpsionia
Pathetic. Also, Maude has been dead for like fifteen years now.
>On 24 November, five days before the discovery of the woman, a local 26-year-old man was hiking with friends around the same area. He reported to have come across a woman of foreign appearance, her face completely distorted by fear. He noted that the woman was dressed elegantly, although not appropriately for being outdoors, let alone hiking in the hills. As they passed each other she formed her mouth as if to say something but appeared intimidated by two black-coated men who followed her. The men also had a foreign appearance.
this shit gives me goosebumps every time i read it
"The boys were going to sneak up and scare their family. The three older boys went one way and Dennis went the other way. The plan was for them to jump out of the woods on both sides and scare the adults. The older boys jumped out and everyone laughed and had a lot of fun. Then they asked where was Dennis. When it came time for Dennis to show up and scare the family, he never showed up."
"Then another guy from Carthage, Tennessee, reported hearing a small boy scream in the woods and noticed an 'unkempt' man at the edge of the trees. The FBI said that area where he heard the scream was too far away from where Dennis went missing to possibly get there in that time frame, so they never checked."
One from back home that I know a little more of.
I worked at a cleaning company, and Rosenbaum was one of the regular clients, which is weird. He'd pay $100 for two people to come, and he'd do it every 2-3 weeks. Odd for a college student, but he lived in a very nice apartment building, so he clearly came from money. But his apartment was always odd to me. We would walk into his place and it would be spotless. I mean, we would hardly do anything in the hour we were there. No dusting, no need to vacuum, the chrome was shining, mirror spotless, everything in order. He always had an insane number of five hour energy lined up on his counter, and one day I counted them. 107 bottle, lined up, in three perfectly straight rows. For a partier, he was obsessively clean.
My theory? Rosenbaum had at least something directly to do with it, whether he gave her the drugs she OD'd on on purpose or by accident, I don't know, but I think she died, and he hid the body.
>she hoped Timothy could come home soon so she could serve him his favorite meal, Kentucky Fried Chicken
>The postmortem showed that Timothy had eaten fried chicken before he was slain
Damn nigger that's spooky. I was just clicking on random names and a majority of them barely had any information. They just disappear and are never heard from again.
Must be terrible for the family. No closure just a dozen questions.
Nah, severe cases of bipolar can also have hallucinations as well. It's not as common as other bipolar symptoms and it's not as frequent as it is in ppl w/schizophrenia or schozoaffective diseases, but it certainly happens
>Laura Smither: 12, from Friendswood, Texas. Disappeared April 3, 1997. Last seen jogging. Discovered 17 days later
She lived in the same neighborhood as I did, she was abducted just one mile from our house.
Burger Chef murders
>on the night of November 17, 1978. Four young employees were kidnapped during work at Burger Chef
>when the perpetrators entered the building and kidnapped them, the victims thought it was a botched robbery
>bodies of the victims were found in the rural woods of Johnson County
>Both Davis and Shelton had been shot execution-style numerous times. Friedt had been stabbed twice in the chest
>The handle of the knife had broken off and was missing; the blade was later recovered during an autopsy.
>Flemmonds had suffered a blunt-force head injury, which coroners had believed he had fled his captors, only to have the misfortune of colliding with a heavy object, possibly a tree trunk, which thwarted his flight
>Flemmonds was later determined to have been bludgeoned prior to his death
>a 16 year old eyewitness had seen two suspicious men in a car in front of Buger Chef just before the night of the murders had occurred
Unsolved and unexplainable disappearances creep me out more than unsolved crimes. Though I know the two aren't mutually exclusive.
There was one about a couple on a picnic in a meadow or something who just straight up disappeared without a trace. All their picnic gear was still there, food and everything. I'd try and find the article but I'm a work and this post has already taken too much time. And yet I continue typing.
Ok I'm done.
This whole wiki page is a nightmare to me. Two things in the world really scare the shit out of me, disappearing without a trace in the middle of a public place and our minds suddenly snapping and turning against us.
And open water. 3 things.
The old Maid quit.
The family died about 1-3 days after the new Maid arrived, I think the killer knew he was being noticed and acted on it, killing the whole family and moving on.
The fact he fed the Animals before leaving gets me, would love to know who that was and why they were so Nomadic.
It's certainly mysterious. I don't get why people get all pissy whenever it gets brought up. It's a weird, staunch, aggressive skepticism. Mental health issues or no, it's a fucking weird occurrence.
I work with mentally disabled people who routinely clean reststops along the highways. They found a bloody body (obviously a murder) once in a car parked at a rest stop outside of Peoria, IL. The police called the fbi and they demanded that no one talk about the body. They threatened the company or something. I just know that we're not to talk about it (we'll lose our job). Also, my sister in law was supervising and saw the body so I know this is real. The FBI is super secretive about things like serial killers. Ricky McKormick's case was lied about for 12 years. Also, I believe that if the /b/ killer was real & caught the feds would try to keep it on the downlow. They don't like to let shit out.
If you can catch them with that I'll pay the bounty myself
>A review of the phone records in the case indicate that the page he received that evening was dialed from the home of his paternal aunt, a woman named Ina Ustich. He had had very little contact with Ustich prior to this disappearance and she denied making the call. Ustich told police she was having dinner at the home of her friend Tamra, who is Misty's mother. Misty and her boyfriend, Wesley, were also present.
this line tho
They paged him, then Owens just used that to add veracity to his account. Wesley lied on flawed instinct. Curious about Owens' motive though. Maybe vic just had cash on him for the car deal badda boom badda bing simple as that.
Beaumont children disappearance
>three siblings go missing in 1966 on Glenelg Beach near Adelaide, South Australia
>the three siblings were walking with a tall blond man who eyewitnesses had seen before they disappeared
>the case resulted in the largest police investigation in Australian criminal history and remains one of Australia's most infamous cold cases
The case might have a connection to the Family Murders which were a series of murders of young men in Adelaide during the same time the children disappeared.
Spookiest case I've ever come across.
Also if anyone here is familiar with the case and the ear/ons forum, can you give me a rundown of who Mr Y is? Do you think it was him? Has his DNA been run through?
Its been endless is why
For years there is always one thread or two at all times
Also every thread about crime or anything its in there
Its a few videos of an idiot chink
How is it the number one thing on x for years
Something like that may have happened with this case.
(I'm the same anon that posted about Lauren Spierer. Bloomington area isn't safe for pretty young college girls I guess. Another one was murdered in the past year or two here, but that was solved. Dipshit left his phone on the body.)
Yeah. That makes sense.
I used to get super pissed back when there were dozens of posts about that girl that stabbed her friend because slenderman told her to. It doesn't matter how interesting something actually is, if you're inundated with it all the goddamn time it just becomes tedious and you stop caring altogether.
Here are the original files. TL;DR: a bunch of random sightings by anonymous sources.
I was wondering this too, apparently not a single article online actually explains where the fuck the composites came from either.
This happened in my town last Halloween, still haven't found the guy.
TLDR: "Decomposed remains of a woman found at a home construction site in Monroe County's Ash Township have been identified as 22-year-old Chelsea Bruck...The 22-year-old Maybee resident had been missing since Oct. 26 when she disappeared after attending a Halloween party in Newport."
That makes no sense for it to be the maid. The family had their heads crushed with a pick-axe, that sort of attack totally flies in the face of the typical MO of female killers. They don't go around bashing multiple peoples heads in, that is almost exclusively the domain of men.
I said this before, but I believe the place has some legit nasty spiritual beings around. Not just the hotel, but the whole area. Skid Row is a huge area of misery, perfect for demons to feed off of. Out of all of L.A. too, which is weird considering how rich the area is.
I remember reading something about a man who was found at an airport in Tokyo who claimed to be from a country that didn't exist. He even had a passport and currency and other documents from his country like a newspaper, I think, written in some never seen before language. He then supposedly disappeared when he went to the toilet. They say he never come out and when then went to look for him he wasn't there.
>The FBI said that area where he heard the scream was too far away from where Dennis went missing to possibly get there in that time frame, so they never checked."
This later turned out to not be true, Martin's dad retraced the steps and found it was indeed possible to get there.
>Ctrl + f
>no Sodder Children
The disappearance of Laurie Depies. She just vanished from a parking lot 23 years ago:
I knew her vaguely and was about a block away when it happened.
it seems like she spoke multiple languages, had money and was seen speaking to various mysterious people
seems like something out a cold war john le carre novel
i bet it was the KGB who killed her
>I knew her vaguely and was about a block away when it happened.
Yeah, a block away, sure.
Stuff like this and the Setagaya family murders always creeped me out more than any other unsolved murder. In both cases the murderer stayed around the house afterwards.
In the Setagaya case he even browsed the internet afterwards and tried to buy tickets to a show. Can't believe they never found the guy.
Someone I went to college with's brother just went missing recently. Not much has been released officially yet, I'm following her posts on facebook. Can't say for sure any of this is true but sounds like he got dropped off at work and just poofed. His car went missing, later found in Chicago but still no sign of him. The way she posts about it makes it seem like he left on his own accord/arent suspecting foul play yet but the family has no ideas or suspicions on why he would.
Been almost a month now.
Only article thats been published on him. I hope he doesn't become a spooky /x story. Closest I've been to a missing person case, maybe u xphiles can look out for him.
Nope. Careful reading of the evidence here suggests but doesn't prove the existence of an extensive and geographically wide-ranging network of men who kidnap, torture and murder people, mostly young men and boys. The Gacy connection is tenuous, but the way dates match up and everything goes vague is distressing.
Rather than a real cover up, which is like a bomb waiting to go off, i really believe investigators had no evidence to press charges and sometimes when they did it was against people they knew could get away, like the rich and powerful.
It must wreck their lives to know that men are out there actually feeding on children and will never be caught, or if they are, will be seen as lone whackos.
Fuck your Illuminati cartoon RP, this stuff is real and disappears as you move towards it.
She should have just ran to the kitchen asking for help, but I guess she knew that the restaurant staff wouldn't believe her case and she was probably too afraid to talk. Maybe she was threaten by her kidnappers; that her family or herself would get killed by them if she told anyone in public about her disappearance.
Can't believe how insane that story is. It just seems so dramatic, the fact that she tried to secretly warn people about her being murdered, the husbands behavior during the investigation, the marital and financial issues, the fucking father-in-law that was obsessed with her, the murder-suicide of the kids, it's so dramatic.
>Police interviewed Josh Powell and their eldest son, Charlie. The child confirmed that the camping trip Josh described took place; however, unlike his father, he stated that Susan had gone with them and she did not return. Weeks after Susan's disappearance, a teacher reported that Charlie said his mother was dead. The parents of Susan Powell said that while at daycare several months after Susan's disappearance, Braden drew a picture of a van with three people in it, and told carers that "Mommy was in the trunk".
Like if I was reading that in a novel I would think it was too ridiculous.
I worked at his place about a year after the disappearance. The guy I worked the Rosenbaum apartment with also had done the final clean out on Spierer's place shortly after she went missing, he said it was very strange.
More details on the apartment: dude had bottle of prescribed klonopin in the medicine cabinet, one of the drugs she did the night she died. He lived alone in a two bedroom place. Not much more from his apartment. I believe wikipedia left out that when all of the guys lawyered up they were all advised to plead the 5th amendment during questioning, and that's where they got bogged down. I'll look through my old phone from back then and see if I took a picture of the bottles, it was fucking weird.
My dad worked as a cop for 25 years and he had a couple to tell me
>guy is found stabbed in the chest with a switchblade knife
>his car is pulled over in the emergency lane of a busy highway
>he is from Vegas drove up to North Utah and turned around by Ogden and was found near salt lake city
>no evidence of anyone else in the car
>deemed a very unusual suicide
Who the fuck kills themselves by stabbing themselves in the chest with a knife? Why did he drive 300+ miles and then turn around for 30 miles and then decide to kill himself in the middle of rush hour highway traffic?
>Small blue collar mill town in Maine
>Popular girl is found murdered behind local high school
>New evidence is found repeatedly, but never leads anywhere
>One of the detectives basically says he knows who did it but won't say who.
This happened in 1980, and even this week the state police were up there looking around again.
Also, I know the guy who discovered the body.
>girl ends up missing in New Mexico
>a Polaroid photo was found at a parking lot in Florida a year later after her disappearance
>girl in photo could be Tara; scar on her leg resembles the scar she got in a car accident
>book in the photo was her favorite book: V.C. Andrews' My Sweet Audrina
>the boy in the photo possibly Michael Henley, a missing boy from New Mexico
>remains of the boy found in Zuni Mountains
>two other Polaroid photos surfaced, possibly of Calico, but they have yet to be released to the public
One time he said he pulled up on some lady who looked like she had been hit by a car
>old lady who always takes the bus
>lying in the middle of the road
>my dad calls in a helicopter to take her out
>he takes off her big coat to put on heart rate monitors
>all over her chest are weird purple spots that are as small as a pin prick
>she is flown to the hospital where she dies
>purple spots are actually stabbing wounds reaching all the way down to her heart
>there was no blood on the outside of her body
>her purse is found miles away on the side of the road
>case remains unsolved
>maybe the cop killed the murderer?
>>"I doubt it. He said the suspect is no longer in a position to hurt anyone. If that's the case why not name the person?"
Maybe the cop killed the murderer in some off the record incident.
what creeps me out is what the known serial killers leave out of their confessions. for example, some speculate bundy first killed in his teens, because a girl on his paper route went missing and was never found.
dahmer also was highly conscious of the reaction of his family to his crimes. i believe he left out various details or softened it all up to protect his image with them. neighbors heard lots of angry yelling and fighting in dahmer's apartment, his account of mercy killings using drugs to render people unconscious (killing as a means to an end) doesn't seem quite right for some reason. also, his 2nd murder which he claims was unintentional was an act of violence, beating a man to death with his bare hands. dahmer had a deep rage bottled up inside him, i think he tried to downplay it after being caught.
what do you guys think about this that i actually saw myself?
back in january 2012 i visited some old friends in my old state and on one day two of us went in the woods to our old hang out spots. as we were walking up a trail, this big guy (big meaning bulky) with no shirt on, hairy bear like chest, comes running round the corner over a hill, on pretty rough terrain... WITH A BABY STROLLER with what appeared to be a real baby strapped into it.
he was running/jogging while pushing it and just looked at us and said something like "hey guys" and continued on his way. we were stunned, didn't know what to do or say, and just continued on our way also.
was he just some guy who lived nearby? why would he take his baby in a stroller on rough terrain, with possibility of it flipping over or baby falling out?
it was really weird, maybe we should've contacted the police but we didn't. i didn't get a super bad vibe but just a WTF was that all about vibe.
Oh wow, didn't expect to see this image. Probably just a common sign put up in several caves, but interesting nonetheless seeing as I'd seen the image around here for years.
This story is a giant rabbit hole.
>child sex ring
>politicians might be involved
>presidents might be involved
>satanism might be involved
>photos of the kid are mailed to the mother years later
>case is still never solved
Don't really remember the specifics but I know one
>Two bodies discovered in a cabin in an oil city in Texas
>One a prostitute, the other the son of a construction company owner
>Son shot 6 times, all very precise shots
>Prostitute beaten to death and a broken neck
>Prostitute is alive when discovered but later dies in hospital
>Autopsy shows that her neck was broken and she died before the son was shot
>Thought that a local sheriff was having an affair with the prostitute and when the son and her were planning to run away together he got angry and murdered them both
>Attempted to make it look like a double murder by placing the gun in the dead girls hands
I think the scary element of disappearance stories is how they highlight the fragility of our lives and undermine the stability of our situations. We may feel like we've got life by the balls, but meeting the wrong person, going down the wrong street, etc can mean our disappearance and deaths, leaving our friends and family shocked and scared, forever wondering just what happened to their beloved.
That said, these stories are a good inspiration to have a healthy sense of paranoia and awareness of what's going on around you. Don't take anything for granted, don't go into situations that strike you intuitively as risky or weird. Don't give into peer pressure, don't go off with strangers. Protect yourself in every way possible. Sometimes just having a "don't even dare fuck with me" demeanor is sufficient to ward off most criminals who prey on the weak.
I believe humans have a precognitive intuitive sense that is meant to protect us, but we don't acknowledge it and develop it, so we suffer the consequences. It's a kind of "bullshit detector" that goes off when someone is lying to you, trying to deceive you, or intending to harm you.
>what do you guys think about this that i actually saw myself?
>my old friends in my old state at our old hangout
>some dad was crosstraining
>maybe we should've contacted the police
I at this point just believe his mom's been grieved so much by the case that's she's willing to accept anything as proof. I believe the cop who says he investigated the photos. One source claims it was a play photo and specifically names the cop, who confirms it. On her fuckhuge website that I've only scanned through, she goes through these photos and claims they're of Gosch, then claims a second photo is an unidentified boy, yet the kid looks exactly the same as the kid in the other photos. The connection with the Franklin case, which has a lot of wholes in it to begin with, doesn't strike me as legitimate. No idea why she'd fabricate a story about her son visiting her though, she's blamed her ex some time after the fact for "selling" Gosch, but at this point there's just no proof. People like to accept these wild things and the idea that she's just this innocent woman caught in all of this, but time and time again Satanic Ritual Abuse has been proven as a hoax.
>In 2004, after an Associated Press reporter approached the family about the story, Bob Dunbar, Jr. consented to undergoing DNA tests to resolve the issue. The tests showed that Dunbar, Jr. was not related by blood to his supposed cousin, the son of Alonzo Dunbar, the younger brother of Bobby Dunbar, Sr. Since the DNA testing is conclusive, the fate of the original Bobby Dunbar — lost at Swayze Lake in 1912 — remains unknown.
List of all Maine unsolved homicides. I figure the beating to death of a teenage girl would fit a young male due to the strength/stamina required.
John Joyce and William Garlickland on this list went missing a few years after the murder, and were last seen not far (about an hour drive) away from the scene of the murder. It would fit the probable age/gender combo, and the fact that theories about the case seem to include multiple people assaulting her.
I kind of got a thought. Since it was the time where they experimented with Gen-Food. And that he convieniently worked for a food company. After reading pic related. Could it be that he actually found something out? Like GMO's in food?
Is it just me, or does this whole thing scream "One of us killed this fucker, and we're okay with that resolution."
You know you're a massive fucking retard, right?
Damn, Anon. Lose some of that edge.
Apart from the first post that he quoted, he wasn't exactly crazy for assuming that they were the same person.
>similar writing styles
>use of proper punctuation (which certainly sticks out on 4chinz)
>times of posts could suggest that someone was scrolling, and replying as they went
It wasn't pointless as he was informing someone (that he thought needed it) that one could reply to multiple posts in a single post rather than many posts.
No reason to be upset, friend.
I don't understand your green text. You say 3 people were murdered in the cabin and another was found 3 years later, then say "the three boys and oldest daughter next door were found to be alive"
What three boys? "the" oldest daughter of who? What?!
because she was a little kid being controlled by 2 grown adults. Think about how big and tough you were when you were 13? They probably told her if she did any of that theyd kill and if she ever had to guts to run or fight they probably would. People who mess with kids are probably the most dangerous when it comes to fight or flight. And not to mention the bystander effect. How many times has the news done an experiment with a kid getting kidnapped and nobody does anything but watch?
not exactly the same, but my dad was a prison guard and if you got a few drinks in him he'd talk your ear off with all the shit he's scene
>rapist came into the jail one day
>he had raped a teacher, whom some of the inmates had when they were children
>they toss him through a second story church window and cripple him
>sitting in the break room when a serious booms go off
>dad and other guards rush out
>inmates had mad makeshift firecrackers out of soda cans and match stick heads
>one of the messed up and it went off in his face, blew his ear off
>small fight between prisoners and guards
>things get heated
>two inmates jump one guard and theyre wrestling around
>guard is holding his own, but 2 v 1 is still 2 v 1
>out of no where a 6'6 inmate walks over pick up one of the other inmates by his pants and starts body slamming him into a table repeatedly
>when asked why he helped the guards, he said it was because that guard gave him candy on his birthday and it was the only time he's ever been given a present
nothing says back the fuck off like some john moses browning
>Are you the clerk?
>It was probably the maid.
I thought that whoever it was had stuck around for a while and didn't take anything valuable. If it had been the maid she likely would have done it for money instead of mysterious spoopy reasons as we see in the actual case.
Disappearance of Maura Murray
>nursing student from New Hampshire ends up missing work
>calls in saying that she had a family emergency
>never shows up to work the next day
>she ends up in an car accident hitting a tree
>nearby neighbors tell her to wait for police, but she refused for any help
>10 minutes later, she goes missing before the police shows up
>still no sign of her even with a large investigation was conducted by the police and community
>on the anniversary of her disappearance, a user named "112dirtbag" created a video titled "HAPPY ANNIVERSARY" on Youtube
I dont have time to read this whole thread but check this out:
I know cracked whatever. But i grew up with the internet/snopes and had seen gore vids by 5th grade. I read through this while coming down off lsd and this and the subsequent internet searches it inspired me to do actually fucking tramautized me. I didnt leave my bed for 2 straight days. I know this is 4chan but if youre at #2 and affected already dont even look at 1 i wish i didnt. I have a tear coming down my cheek even typing this
Is it just me or does it seem like these kids were killed by a woman?
It seems like too much care went into those kids, in addition to the fact that the boys were sexually assaulted with an object, and not by the actual perpetrator's body.
Additionally I'd conject that Jill Robinson wasn't a victim of the occk but rather a poor copycat as the method of killing was completely different from the others.
I hole-hardedly agree, but allow me to play doubles advocate here for a moment. For all intensive purposes I think you are wrong. In an age where false morals are a diamond dozen, true virtues are a blessing in the skies. We often put our false morality on a petal stool like a bunch of pre-Madonnas, but you all seem to be taking something very valuable for granite. So I ask of you to mustard up all the strength you can because it is a doggy dog world out there. Although there is some merit to what you are saying it seems like you have a huge ship on your shoulder. In your argument you seem to throw everything in but the kids Nsync, and even though you are having a feel day with this I am here to bring you back into reality. I have a sick sense when it comes to these types of things. It is almost spooky, because I cannot turn a blonde eye to these glaring flaws in your rhetoric. I have zero taller ants when it comes to people spouting out hate in the name of moral righteousness. You just need to remember what comes around is all around, and when supply and command fails you will be the first to go. Make my words, when you get down to brass stacks it doesn't take rocket appliances to get two birds stoned at once. It's clear who makes the pants in this relationship, and sometimes you just have to swallow your prize and accept the facts. You might have to come to this conclusion through denial and error but I swear on my mother's mating name that when you put the petal to the medal you will pass with flying carpets like it’s a peach of cake
Disposing of a body via feeding it to people is the spoopiest shit ever.
Wasn't there some dunebug in Britain a few months back who confessed to kidnapping a young girl and selling her off at his kebab stand?
How about this
Seems feel-good but clearly everybody just stopped giving a fuck about it a long time ago or it would have been easily solved
IMO it was two killers
>two victims types
>two different methods of murder
>two kinds of body dumping (boys were neat and clean, girls dumped like trash)
I think the son of the auto industry boss, the one who later committed "suicide", who thye had as a suspect either
>had a partner, and when the heat got to much he killed him and put the blame on him and ran
>the dad had him killed because he was tired of cleaning up after his pedo son and probably had connections to do it
>he was part of a bigger pedo ring like the one in Nebraska at around the same time and they killed him
too much of their conclusion didn't add up and what did seemed way to perfect
Yeah and the UKucks paid HIM because they accused him without enough evidence. Yes in the UK if you rape, kill, and sell a little girl as food you'll get MONEY as long as you're a mudslime.
>little boy pot pie
I've had a morbid interest in unsolved murders for many years, and I consider myself fairly inured to reading about people doing violent psycho shit, but this...jesus fuck. This is Stephen King tier shit.
McCormick's "family members say they never knew of Ricky to write in code. They say they only told investigators he sometimes jotted down nonsense he called writing, and they seriously question McCormick's capacity to craft the notes found in his pockets." His mother, Frankie Sparks, said "The only thing he could write was his name. ... He didn't write in no code." His father, Charles McCormick, said Ricky "couldn't spell anything, just scribble."
So the question is, what's more likely: FBI cryptologists mistaking bullshit scribbling for code, or his family mistaking code for bullshit scribbling? Thoughts?
What is it that people hate about Cracked here on /x/? Never seen it mentioned before. Yeah, the political views and feminist junk may not line up with a lot of 4chan, but the spoopy stuffs alright.
You're thinking of the Chupa-Chupa (Vampire Lights) cases. Small orbs of light that supposedly went around 'zapping' people and drawing their blood. Caused people in the region of Para to go nuts, thought it was demons causing it. Brazil had to send in their military, and the results are still classified.
Cracked's not very well liked on the site in general. They repeatedly have pandered to the more sjw crowd, have a bunch of clickbait articles, many not having to do with what you think they do, I'm pretty sure they have banned people from their forum for correcting them, and they spam your browser with invasive ads and clog their pages up with shit. That being said, they can have decent articles from time to time in their "weird world" section.
anyone know if he's still alive?
his body was never found
Probably killed himself, though its possible he just up and left to start a new life somewhere else. I'm leaning toward suicide though. I wonder if he was a weeb, in Asian societies it is common to take off ones shoes before committing suicide.
There is no forested area in the location he went missing, it's all sand and beach in the back of the club house he was at. You really can't go missing unless you swim out into the ocean and drown..
He went missing on the night of November 4th 2000. Hurricane season would of been almost over in Florida and looking at the records no tropical depression or hurricane or storm was going on at the time of his disappearance... so there wasn't any strong currents pushing someone out into the ocean.
hmm, I know the cops said that if he drowned then evidence would have washed up but that's not really a guarantee. If he took his shoes off there's a good possibility he went swimming. No way to tell if he just swam until he drowned on purpose or a freak rip current sucked him out. Abduction is always a possibility but serial killers don't typically target adult men and robbers would have wanted to take him to his vehicle to get his valuables.
This one gets me every time. I know some theories say they were south american political refugees, but those types of people don't just travel the country. It was clearly a professional kill.
>Abducted by non-custodial father
>Native of Yemen
>Detained following 9/11
>Distinguishing characteristics: Asian male
>Man is found mutilated in the Guarapiranga reservoir
>Technology used to mutilate him is too advanced
>Cookie cutters on chest and no blood found
>Mutilated while still alive
>"...acute haemorhage in multiple traumatisms. There is a component of causa mortis by vagus stimulation"[implying cardio-respiratory arrest caused by extreme pain].
Creepy shit. I bet the ayy lmaos did it.