Elizabeth Bathory’s Biography

Cited as one of the first vampires in history, Elizabeth Bathory, also known as “Blood Countess”, tortured and murdered somewhere between 100 to 650 girls from 1590 until 1610. The Hungarian noblewoman is the known as the world’s most prolific, not to mention most sadistic, female serial killer of all time. Her childhood and family … Read more

What Waits in the Woods Analysis

“What Waits in the Woods” by Kieran Scott is a murder mystery book. A group of teens: Callie, Lissa, Penelope, and Jeremy go on a camping trip in Mission Hills, New York. The friends were being stalked by a sinister laugh in the depths of the woods. They end up getting lost and find a … Read more

The Sadistic beast: Luis Garavito

Luis Garavito, a man who was convicted of killing one hundred and thirty eight children and admitted to the murder of over four hundred children across Colombia, murders which caused a broken nation to unite to catch the sadistic man behind them. He was known for his gruesome and horrific crimes which lead him to … Read more

The John F. Kennedy’s Assassination and Aftermath Events

The Assassination and Aftermath Events On November 22nd of 1963 tragedy struck the United States and made global headlines. John F. Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States, had been assassinated while on a motorcade through Dallas, Texas – accompanied by first lady Jacquelyn Kennedy and Governor John Connally. As the motorcade passed the … Read more

Zodiac Killer

In California during the 1970s and the early 1970s, the zodiac killer was active, he is a mysterious serial killer which used symbols as his thing. The zodiac killer was very well known, there was only confirmed of 5 killings, but there is suspected for committing about thirty-seven murders but it wasn’t confirmed for sure. … Read more

History Of Serial Killer Profiling 

Throughout history, profiling criminal defendants has been a controversial topic since profiling has been around. Experts on both sides of the spectrum have been commenting on the issue at hand: whether profiling works. But, learning the history of profiling gives a clearer picture of how reliable and unique this method is compared to other time … Read more

Definition of serial killer

Per 100,000 people, the country who has the highest murder rate in Southeast Asia, Philippines, has a murder rate of 9.84 for 9,784 recorded cases according to reports from the year 2014. And if one would ever wonder, how many of these cases can actually be considered serial murders? These kinds of murders are committed … Read more

Abortion is murder

Abortion is murder. 3000 babies are being killed every single day. In every 1000 women there are 12-13 abortions and there are 4.3 billion women in the world. I do believe it is a choice but a wrong choice because you are murdering an innocent child. 52% of women choosing abortions are under the age … Read more

The tragedy at Columbine High School

The tragedy at Columbine High School is something that will be remembered and talked about for many years to come. People from across the nation have all heard about this event. But there are still a couple questions that people have. For instance who’s to blame? The kids alone, the parents for how they brought … Read more

The Term Assassination

The term assassination refers to murder for political reasons. In the United States with its democratic ideals, change should be brought about through the ballot. However, American History has shown us that this is not true. Abraham Lincoln, James A. Garfield, William McKinley and John F. Kennedy were all assassinated by supposedly troubled individuals that … Read more

A Death in Texas

Being labeled and institutionalized as a social deviant proves to be stigmatizing in life. In Dina Temple-Rastons A Death in Texas, she chronicles the murder of James Byrd Jr. in Jasper, Texas during the summer of 1998. The author suggests in Chapters 1-4 that suspected murder Billy King is more than a case study of … Read more

Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick: Book Report

Ishmael the narrator tells how he abandoned his life in Manhattan, as a schoolteacher, for the excitement of a whaling ship. He wanted to try something new because was tired of life on land and wanted to see what the life at sea was like. So he signed onto a ship with his new friend … Read more

Setting of Blood Meridian

Cormac McCarthy’s setting in Blood Meridian is a landscape of endless and diverse beauty. McCarthy highlights the surprising beauty of combinations of scrubby plants, jagged rock, and the fused auburn and crimson colors of the fiery wasteland that frame this nightmarish novel. Various descriptions, from the desolate to the scenic, feature McCarthy’s highly wrought, lyrical … Read more

Depravity and Destruction in Blood Meridian

Cormac McCarthy’s Blood Meridian is a passionate, lyrical, and ugly novel of depravity and destruction of life in the Old West. It is a story of a hellish journey where violence and corruption are currency in a life of murder and treachery. Contrasting scenes of scenic beauty, poetically described by McCarthy, are negated by his … Read more

And Then There Were None Short Summary

And Then There Were None, is an intriguing murder mystery novel that follows the lines of a poem called “Ten Little Indians”. The story is intricately written to keep the reader in absolute suspense from the beginning to end. The novel involves eight people being mysteriously invited to spend a summer holiday on “Indian Island”. … Read more