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How Sammy ‘The Bull’ Gravano Went From Mafia Killer To FBI Informant

How Sammy ‘The Bull’ Gravano Went From Mafia Killer To FBI Informant

Before he cooperated with the FBI to put John Gotti behind bars, Gambino underboss Sammy "The Bull" Gravano was one of the most feared killers in Mafia history.
Inside David Ghantt’s Infamous Loomis Fargo Heist In October 1997

Inside David Ghantt’s Infamous Loomis Fargo Heist In October 1997

On October 4, 1997, David Ghantt pulled off the Loomis Fargo heist with $17.3 million in hand — but then the problems started piling up.
Herb Baumeister Picked Up Men At Gay Bars, Then Killed Them And Buried Them In His Yard

Herb Baumeister Picked Up Men At Gay Bars, Then Killed Them And Buried Them In His Yard

Throughout the 1980s and '90s, Herb Baumeister murdered at least a dozen victims and buried their bodies on his Fox Hollow Farm estate in Indiana.
The Gruesome History Of Rat Torture, From Medieval London To 20th-Century South America

The Gruesome History Of Rat Torture, From Medieval London To 20th-Century South America

Rats have been used to torture prisoners and political enemies in many ways over the centuries — but some methods are more horrific than others.
Why Kelly Anne Bates’ Murder Is One Of The Most Disturbing In History

Why Kelly Anne Bates’ Murder Is One Of The Most Disturbing In History

From being partially scalped to having her eyes gouged out, Kelly Anne Bates was tortured for weeks before James Patterson Smith killed her on April 16, 1996.
Juana Barraza Was A Pro Wrestler By Day – And A Serial Killer By Night

Juana Barraza Was A Pro Wrestler By Day – And A Serial Killer By Night

After making a name for herself as a professional wrestler, Mexican serial killer Juana Barraza murdered 16 elderly women and was sentenced to 759 years in prison.
Frank Rosenthal And The Real Story Of Sam Rothstein From ‘Casino’

Frank Rosenthal And The Real Story Of Sam Rothstein From ‘Casino’

Gambling genius and Chicago Outfit associate Frank Rosenthal made a fortune for the mob while running Las Vegas' Stardust casino in the 1970s.
Inside The Eerie Halls Of Willard Asylum, The Abandoned New York Hospital That’s Been Reclaimed By Nature

Inside The Eerie Halls Of Willard Asylum, The Abandoned New York Hospital That’s Been Reclaimed By Nature

When Willard Asylum closed in 1995 after 126 years of operation, staff members discovered hundreds of forgotten suitcases that told the stories of the patients who had died there.
Inside The Heinous Crimes Of Westley Allan Dodd, The Child Molester Who Murdered Three Young Boys In 1989

Inside The Heinous Crimes Of Westley Allan Dodd, The Child Molester Who Murdered Three Young Boys In 1989

Westley Allan Dodd estimated that he'd molested at least 175 children before he was hanged in 1993 for killing three boys in Vancouver, Washington.
The Rebellious Life Of Joaquín Murrieta And His Bloody Tale Of Revenge

The Rebellious Life Of Joaquín Murrieta And His Bloody Tale Of Revenge

Legend has it that Joaquín Murrieta and his band of outlaws terrorized California during the Gold Rush to avenge the Mexicans who were mistreated by American miners.
The Twisted Saga Of Michael Peterson, Kathleen Peterson, And The Real Story Behind ‘The Staircase’

The Twisted Saga Of Michael Peterson, Kathleen Peterson, And The Real Story Behind ‘The Staircase’

In 2001, Kathleen Peterson was found dead in a pool of blood at the bottom of the staircase in her home. Two years later, her husband Michael Peterson was convicted of her murder — but many believe he didn’t do it.