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Were Ed and Lorraine Warren Fakes?

Were Ed and Lorraine Warren Frauds? The Answer May Surprise You.

Were Ed and Lorraine Warren frauds? Quite possibly But it depends on who you ask. The pair were two of the most divisive names in the paranormal field. Their cases, of course, are legend. And they hav...

Jeepers Creepers True Story

Was ‘Jeepers Creepers’ Inspired by This Terrifying True Story?

Hit horror movie Jeepers Creepers captivated audiences with the simple story of a brother sister duo crossing paths with a bloodthirsty maniac called The Creeper. While it is a thrilling (some might s...

Jennifer’s Body

Is ‘Jennifer’s Body’ Based on This True Story?

Is Jennifer’s Body based on a true story? Quite possibly. You may be surprised to learn that this true crime case is eerily reminiscent of the events depicted in the film. Following its initial releas...

Casefile True Crime podcast standout episodes

Five Standout Episodes of The Casefile True Crime Podcast

Though it never truly left, true crime storytelling is back in the forefront again. One of the ways that true crime addicts like myself like to feed our fascination is by listening to podcasts. There ...

True Story The Town that Dreaded Sundown

‘The Town that Dreaded Sundown’: The True Story Behind the Film

Is The Town That Dreaded Sundown based on a true story? Well, yes. But with some creative listen taken. Keep reading for the full rundown on the Texarkana Phantom and the feature film adaptation based...

Donald Pee Wee Gaskins, prolific serial killer from South Carolina

Donald “Pee Wee” Gaskins: The Meanest Man in America

Born on March 13th 1933 in Florence County, South Carolina, Donald Henry Gaskins Jr had a number of nicknames. His nicknames include: The “Meanest Man in America”, “The Redneck Charles Manson”, “Junio...

Tri-State Crematory Scandal

The Horrifying True Story Of The Scandal At Tri-State Crematory

On February 15, 2002, police were called to the Tri-State Crematory. The establishment’s primary purpose was to cremate the dead in Noble, Georgia. Investigators were called numerous times over the pr...

Three Terrifying Real-Life Examples of Changelings

In folklore, primarily European, changelings are referred to as “…a mischievous or troublesome faerie child which has been left in the place of a human child, with the real human child sto...

David Berkowitz and his victims

Victims Spotlight: Remembering the Victims of David Berkowitz a.k.a ‘Son of Sam’

New York City, 1976. An unknown offender, later identified as David Berkowitz, approaches a parked car in the Pelham Bay neighborhood of the Bronx. The perpetrator produces a .44 Caliber “Bulldo...