The disturbing murder of 2-year-old Sanam Navsarka shocked the nation. She was abused and tortured by her mother and her mother’s boyfriend and despite the fact that the abuse was reported, the social worker did nothing to save her.
In 1967, 15-year-old James Gordon Wolcott murdered his mother, father, and sister. He was committed to a psychiatric hospital until 1974. He faded into obscurity before becoming a university professor.
In the fall of 2015, the murder of 7-year-old Adrian Jones shocked the nation. His scattered remains had been discovered in a pig pen near the Kansas City, Kansas, home that his family were renting. His father, Michael Jones, and stepmother, Heather Jones, had fed his remains to pigs in an attempt to conceal his prolonged abuse and murder.
After abducting and murdering 10-year-old Katie Collman, Anthony Ray Stockelman was sentenced to serve his time in the same prison as one of Katie’s cousins.
Less than ten minutes after 12-year-old Jose Reyes was dropped off at Sparks Middle School on the 21st of October, 2013, Reyes and a well-loved math teacher, Michael Landsberry, would be dead from gunshot wounds. After years of bullying and taunting, Reyes had finally snapped.
Amy Robinson was a young woman with mental disabilities. In 1998, she was abducted & murdered in her hometown of Arlington, Texas, by two men she believed were her friends.
It’s certainly unheard of for a serial killer to be killed by his intended victim. Nevertheless, that’s exactly what happened to suspected serial killer, Wayne Nance, when he targeted the wrong husband and wife.
Blake Leibel lived a life of luxury, living off his wealthy parents in Los Angeles. In a case of life imitating art, Leibel murdered his girlfriend, Iana Kasian, in a crime which followed a script from his graphic novel, Syndrome.
When John Caudle was just 14-years-old, he shot and killed his mother, Joanna Galla Rinebarger, and his stepfather, Tracy Rinebarger. What would drive a teenager to kill those who should be closest to him? Abuse. John had suffered years of abuse and neglect. One day, he snapped.
On the 21st of January, 2003, Beau Maestas, 19, and his sister, Monique Maestas, 16, sought revenge after being sold salt as methamphetamine. The dodgy dealers weren’t in so they turned their attention to their children, Kristyanna, 10, and Brittney, 3.