Wednesday, May 22, 2024

Cardinal Sins

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Father kills daughters, evades police for 12 years

By Bryn Fawn Family is there to support you in all your endeavors and love you unconditionally. Your parents nurture you and watch you grow into your own self. Some parents may go to extreme lengths to flex their authority.  Yaser...

Cardinal Sins: Mutilating murderer gains infamy for crimes

By Bryn Fawn Albert Fish is infamous in the true crime landscape. He checks all the boxes of an interesting and devastating case: kinks, mutilation and the involvement of children. Any true crime fanatic will instantly recognize his name in...

Cardinal Sins: ‘Angel of Death’ poisons patients

By Bryn Fawn Hospitals are often the last line of defense against a trip to the pearly gates. Nurses and doctors are entrusted with our wellbeing to give us a rapid recovery. Yet, one nurse decided to kill instead of...

Cardinal Sins: School shooter shares Plattsburgh origin

By Bryn Fawn Schools are a place of learning, where children make long-lasting friendships and be molded into the adults they will soon become. As the years come to pass, however, schools have become a warzone, and children learn how...

Cardinal Sins: Murder of actress changes pop culture

By Bryn Fawn The high seas are beautiful, but also deadly. The waves lap up against the hull of the ship Durban Castle as the crew buzzes about. The smell of salt hangs in the air. You would never guess...

Cardinal Sins: Mother’s vices end four children

By Bryn Fawn Sex, ecstasy and closeness are desires we love to indulge in, some more than others. Some thirst for them so strongly they will draw blood to keep them in their grasp.  Susan Eubanks was a mother of four...

Cardinal Sins: Depraved murders in family establishment showcases cruelty

By Bryn Fawn Chuck E. Cheese’s prime may have come and gone, but the pizzeria and arcade chain has still brought smiles to children and their families. However, a specific location in Aurora, Colorado, has a gruesome past. A mass murder...

Cardinal Sins: Legendary ‘Black Dahlia’ murder remains unsolved

By Bryn Fawn Murder is gruesome, bloody and vicious. It’s difficult to do, and even more difficult to get away with. How could someone deposit a body, with not a drop of blood in sight, and be a freeman for...

Cardinal Sins: Son severs, stews mother’s head in pot

By Bryn Fawn Parents nurture and guide their children. They assist them into adulthood, where they then leave the nest and make their own family. However, trust and love are something so easily taken advantage of.  Joel Guy Jr. was born...

Cardinal Sins: Artist showcases humanity’s cruelty

By Bryn Fawn Art is not always paint on a canvas, graphite on paper or clay molded into shape. Art is sometimes a performance, whether a stand-up comedy routine, a ballet performance or even allowing the general public to shoot...
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