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Mademoiselle Blanche Monnier - the girl who who was locked in a dungeon for 25 years - Altered Dimensions Paranormal Paranormal, Police Font, Creepy Photos, Haunting Photos, Ghost Photos, Jeepers Creepers, Interesting History, Interesting Reads, Pompeii

In 1901, in Poitiers (France), a woman was found in weak health after having been confined in a room during 24 years by her mother. This is a picture of when they freed her.

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De Ligonnes Family is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list Famous Unsolved Murders of Families Creepy Stories, True Stories, Strange Stories, Haunting Stories, Most Viral Videos, Mystery Of History, Cold Case, Murder Mysteries, Before Us

De Ligonnes Family is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list Famous Unsolved Murders of Families

In the mid- to late insane asylums served as catch-all facilities for violent and difficult women. But were they really criminals? Or even crazy? Or just rebelling against the social constraints of their time? Serie Du Moment, Netflix 2017, Mark Grace, Haunting Stories, Grace Quotes, Feminism Quotes, Critique, Margaret Atwood, Victorian Women

Grace Marks

Grace Marks was a Canadian maid who was convicted in 1843 of murder in the death of her employer Thomas Kinnear and his housekeeper, Nancy Montgomery.

The death in 1908 became a media sensation — and influenced one of the biggest TV phenomena of all time. Creepy Stories, Ghost Stories, True Stories, Haunting Stories, Murder Most Foul, Mystery Of History, Afraid Of The Dark, Murder Mysteries, Interesting History

Hazel’s brutal murder was all but forgotten. Until she inspired ‘Twin Peaks.’

The 20-year-old’s death in 1908 became a media sensation — and influenced one of the biggest TV phenomena of all time.

On a late summer day in Bobby Dunbar vanished without a trace. Police located a boy matching the missing child's description eight months later. Had they truly found Bobby? Or was it a tragic case of mistaken identity? Haunting Stories, Summer Days, Late Summer, Missing Child, Cold Case, Murder Mysteries, Urban Legends, History Facts, Paranormal

Police Gave This Child to the Wrong Family

In 1912, Little Bobby Dunbar went missing. Police found and returned a boy matching the missing child's description ... but was it really him?

Serial Killer, H. Holmes ran a "Hotel of Horrors" during the World's Fair in Chicago. His home became known as The Murder Castle. Haunting Stories, American Horror Story Seasons, Moving To Chicago, Changing Your Name, Horror House, World's Fair, Weird World, Ghostbusters, Blue Eyes

A History Of Chicago's Murder Castle - The Chicagoist

What to do when you're a bright young physician with striking blue eyes, impeccable manners and a penchant for cadavers? If you're Herman Mudgett, you change your name, relocate to Chicago's up-and-coming Englewood neighborhood and construct your very own house of horrors.

It is one of the most stubborn cases investigators have come ever come across. A popular, charismatic young prosecutor, known for locking up the hardest of criminals, is killed. Were those criminals somehow behind his death? Haunting Stories, Mysteries Of The World, Cold Case, Book Worms, Murder Scenes, Real Life, Creepy, Crime, Mystery

What happened to Jonathan Luna?

A blog about the unexplained, the creepy, the unsolved, myths, real life horror

Christine and Léa Papin were two French maids who murdered their employer's wife and daughter in Le Mans, France, on 2 February Haunting Stories, Sister Photos, French Maid, Serial Killers, Mug Shots, Crime, Female, Amp, Crime Comics

Christine & Léa Papin | Photos

Christine and Léa Papin were two French maids who murdered their employer's wife and daughter in Le Mans, France, on 2 February 1933.

This Teen Done In By 'Huma. is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list These Cryptic Messages On Tombstones Only Hint At Their Terrifying Backstories Tombstone Epitaphs, Graveyard Shift, Scary Places, Cemetery Art, Macabre, Thought Provoking, Oklahoma, Mystery, How Are You Feeling

This Teen Done In By 'Huma... is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list These Cryptic Messages On Tombstones Only Hint At Their Terrifying Backstories

Insane children were an epidemic in the Of course, any type of poor behavior or emotional outbursts were considered signs of insanity back then. Scary Ghost Stories, True Horror Stories, Haunting Stories, Bizarre Stories, True Stories, Creepy History, Psychiatry, Old Boys, Writer

4 Disturbing Cases of Insane Children in the 1800s and Early 1900s - Strange Ago

4 Disturbing Cases of Insane Children in the 1800s and Early 1900s - StrangeAgo

Wealthy Family Lose It All Thanks To Sinister Scammer Haunting Stories, S Stories, Old Money, Return To Work, Guy Names, High Society, Thrillers, A Decade, Women Life

Wealthy Family Lose It All Thanks To Sinister Scammer

This is a story the likes of which can usually be found in Hollywood movies or literary thrillers. It’s a story of one family’s struggle to come to terms with the mistakes that cost them ...

North Brother Island: The Last Unknown Place in NYC, by Photographer Christopher Payne. In North Brother Island: The Last Unknown Place in NYC, photographer Christopher Payne documents the abandoned island off the Bronx over the course of one year. Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Places, Abandoned Mansions, Abandoned Property, Abandoned Castles, Bronx New York, Homes For Veterans, Rikers Island, Ville New York

Eerie Photos of North Brother Island, the Last Unknown Place in New York City

How does an island in New York City’s East River go from being notoriously feared, almost 100 years ago, to being completely forgotten about today? That’s the story behind North Brother Island, the subject of photographer Christopher Payne’s new photo book. A 10-minute boat ride from the Bronx’s

A little before 11 p.m. on Thursday, January 3, 1935, Robert Lane was driving on 13th Street. Lane worked for the Kansas City water department. He later said that as he drove he noticed something rather strange. As he approached Lydia avenue, he saw a man was running west on the north side of the street. This man was clad in trousers, shoes, and an undershirt. That’s all. The Bellboy, Water Department, Haunting Stories, Cold Case, This Man, Kansas City, Thursday, Real Life, Mystery

The Mystery of Room 1046, pt. 1: Roland T. Owen | KC History

A little before 11 p.m. on Thursday, January 3, 1935, Robert Lane was driving on 13th Street. Lane worked for the Kansas City water department. He later said that as he drove he noticed something rather strange. As he approached Lydia avenue, he saw a man was running west on the north side of the street. This man was clad in trousers, shoes, and an undershirt. That’s all.

Russian-American novelist Vladimir Nabokov wrote the novel Lolita in Narrated by a middle-aged man named Humbert Humbert, the book tells the story of his obsession with a girl named… What Is Feminism, Old Girl Names, Vladimir Nabokov, Russian American, Terrible Twos, Rite Of Passage, Penguin Random House, Male Poses, Stanley Kubrick

Russian-American novelist Vladimir Nabokov wrote the novel Lolita in 1955 that drew inspiration from the true-crime Sally Horner kidnapping, but the ...