The Gulabi Gang is a vigilante group of women, located in the Banda District of Uttar Pradesh, Northern India. They were developed as a response to widespread domestic abuse and violence against women.
Mary Jane Rathbun, commonly known as “Brownie Mary,” gained notoriety in the early 1980s as an outspoken and articulate supporter of marijuana. She was at the forefront of local, state and national movements to legalise marijuana for medicinal purposes.
The story of the Mauerova family is a bizarre and disturbing tale involving cannibalism, child abuse, identity theft and cults. This crime sounds exactly like the plot of some Quentin Tarantino movie but what happened in this family is very much true.
When André Bamberski’s daughter’s killer got away with her murder, he took justice into his own hands. He devoted his life into pursuing the killer before abducting him and taking him to police.
5-year-old Kathy and 7-year-old Russell “Bubba” Tongay shot to fame as the “Aquatots.” The brother-sister duo performed swimming and diving feats around the world. Sadly Kathy met an untimely death at the hands of her domineering father.
Like many houses in Scotland during the late 17th century, the house of Andrew Mackie in the Rerrick area of Kirkcudbrightshire would develop a reputation of being haunted.
Nagoro is a quaint village situated in the mountains of Tokushima Prefecture in western Japan. It’s not like a regular, village, however, because the vast majority of the residents are scarecrows.
November 1st marks the annual and ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, a celebration that marked the beginning of the new year and paid homage to the supernatural influences that inhabited the dark days of the coming winter.
It was a warm summer afternoon in Daytona Beach, Florida, in July of 2014, when a father was horrified to walk into his 11-year-old son’s bedroom to find him being molested. The perpetrator was 18-year-old Raymond Frolander, a family friend. Shortly thereafter, the father called police to inform them that he had beat the molester to a pulp.
Considered the originator of the detective mystery story, Edgar Allan Poe’s final week was as mysterious as any of his tales. His 1849 death is shrouded in theories and puzzles and guesses but it has never been conclusively solved.