Human Monsters: The Mysterious New Orleans Axeman Murders

I have been, am and will be the worst spirit that ever existed either in fact or realm of fancy. These were the closing words sent in a letter to the Times-Picayune on March 14, 1919, signed the Axeman. When the letter arrived, the town of New Orleans, Louisiana had been suffering from this killer for nearly a year. Four people had already met their end at his axe and just as many had been … Continue reading Human Monsters: The Mysterious New Orleans Axeman Murders

Human Monsters: Joseph LaPage, The Horror Of Pembroke New Hampshire

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD64PVgdlpHVqV-5RCqx-hJQiyxp_tWXB   Body found 90 feet north at stone hub. Head found 82 rods north at stone hub. These are the directions found on a stone placard near the Langmaind Monument in Pembroke New Hampshire. They are there to guide the curious to where officials found the body and head of Josie Langmaid on October 5th, 1875. She had been seventeen when Joseph LaPage attacked her on her way to school. When the monster was … Continue reading Human Monsters: Joseph LaPage, The Horror Of Pembroke New Hampshire

Human Monsters: Joseph Oberhansley, The Cannibal Boyfriend

One of the most chilling scenes in the film Hannibal is where the serial killer Hannibal Lecter opened the skull of political hopefull Paul and cooked part of his brain before a drugged agent Starling. Tragically, this scene played out in real life with the murder of Tammy Jo Blanton. In September of 2014, her ex-boyfriend Joseph Oberhansley broke into her home, assaulted and stabbed Tammy Jo to death. Then, using a jigsaw, he removed … Continue reading Human Monsters: Joseph Oberhansley, The Cannibal Boyfriend

Human Monsters: John Christie, The Rillington Place Strangler

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7tM7ZBeCuVA&list=PLD64PVgdlpHVqV-5RCqx-hJQiyxp_tWXB (Human Monsters Playlist) The gas fills her lungs and suddenly the world grows hazy, her arms get weak and heavy. It starts to feel like stones are stacking up on her chest. A man's face looms over her through the fog of the gas. It fills her vision. A Bald head, thin lips, with horn-rimmed glasses, glasses that cover eyes that stare at her with an awful hunger. As darkness steals everything else, it's those … Continue reading Human Monsters: John Christie, The Rillington Place Strangler