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It was a beautiful day in May 1991 when an unknown, nondescript cowboy walked into the American Federal Bank in Irving, Texas. Tellers would later describe him as a white man in his mid-forties who stood 178 centimeters (5’10”). A bit on the heavy side, he had a noticeable paunch. He wore all black,…
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Very little is known about most of the hangmen of North America. In Canada, hangmen often gave themselves aliases so as to hide their true identities. In the United States, the hangman was seldom named in newspapers, and his identity was kept secret from the general population. In many cases, a…
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History, unfortunately, is littered with the crimes of men and women. A small fraction of these killers have been labeled “butchers” due to the intense savagery of their exploits. One of these criminals, the so-called Butcher of Mons, murdered five people between 1996 and 1997. This unknown killer’s…
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We live in a digital age where people prefer to communicate by text and email. Everything you post online leaves a footprint running right to you. So how can you send a message while leaving no trace you were ever there? Of course, you could write an old-fashioned anonymous letter. But every hastily…
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