It was the 15th of June, 1990, when Linda Wallace returned home from work in Anaheim, California, to be met by a horrific scene. She found the lifeless body of her 9-year-old daughter, Autumn Wallace, facedown in a puddle of her own blood on the bathroom floor.
Over Thanksgiving weekend of 1991, Omaima Nelson, 23, stabbed her boyfriend, William Nelson, 56, to death. She then dismembered him, cooked his head and hands in spices and ate some of the flesh. During trial, she would claim that she had been the victim of abuse.
Christine Paolilla was bullied at school because of her alopecia. She was taken under the wing of Rachael Koloroutis and Tiffany Rowell, who became her best friends. However, Christine soon turned to drugs and things in the friend circle took a grisly turn.
In 2011, Tampa police were conducting a welfare check on a family in the upmarket gated community of Royal Park Court in Tampa Palms, Florida. When they arrived on scene, they discovered somebody sitting on the porch, spattered almost head to toe in blood.
One thing you’ll notice about almost all mass shootings is that the perpetrator is male. Female mass shooters are rare. Female mass shooters that target their place of employment are even rarer. But in Goleta, California, in 2006, an ex-postal worker was an exception to the rule. It was the nation’s deadliest workplace shooting perpetrated…