5 Killers Who Went Into Hiding Before They Were Caught

Whitey Bulger: James Joseph, also called “Whitey” Bulger was a recognized FBI informant in the 18th century. He was connected to multiple murder cases. In1994he went into hiding upon being tipped off by John Connolly concerning the pending indictment. He remained on the top list of the FBI’s wanted persons for more than twelve years. He was arrested at the age of 81 and later sentenced to life imprisonment.
Nikolai Dzhumagaliev: Nikolai Dzhumagaliev, a …

5 Canadian Murder Cases That Made National Headlines

Luka Magnotta
The 11 minutes video uploaded to the Canadian website on25th may 2012 featured an Asian male being stabbed for the necrophilia and cannibalism acts. The authorities moved in speed from the packages delivered to the national headquarters and arrested Luka Magnotta, the prime suspect in Jun’s murder case. Magnotta was later charged with a first-degree murder crime of distributing obscene materials, criminal harassment, and indignities to a human body.
Vincent Li
Vincent Li pulled out a large knife on 30th July 2008 …

5 Fictional Works That Inspired “Copycat” Murders

Dexter: Edmonton’s Mark Twitchell wished to become a filmmaker but later obsessed with the Showtime series Dexter. He posed as a woman on the dating site Plenty of Fish, convincing John Atlinger to meet him. Twitchell changed his garage to a “kill room,” making sure that the walls and floor were covered in plastics like the Dexter shows. Because of the strong interest in the Dexter series, Twitchell was referred to as the “Dexter Killer.”
The Matrix: The Matrix is among the greatest fiction which works under one large computer-generated …