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The fascinating rise and fall of Marguerite Alibert aka Princess Fahmy, a versatile woman who got away with murder

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Born on December 9th, 1890, Marguerite Marie Alibert was the eldest daughter of a poor Parisian couple. Since both her parents worked for the elites in Paris, Marguerite grew up with the inclinations of a high-class Parisian lady. With beauty parallel to an Earls’ wife, Marguerite Marie Alibert was becoming a gorgeous, intelligent, and sophisticated woman with a bright future until tragic events unfolded.

At the age of fifteen, Marguerite was held responsible by her parents for her four-year-old little brother’s fatal accident. As punishment, her parents sent her to board with the nearby Sisters of Mary. There, the teenage…


Ten fascinating events that will occur after the Queen’s passing.

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The Queen has graced the royal throne with her presence since 1952, the longest reign any British monarch has ever had. She has seen over a dozen UK prime ministers, around 20 summer Olympics, and more than half a dozen popes during her reign. She is the cornerstone of the commonwealth, the caretaker of roughly 600 organizations and charities.

Her death will bring about a massive change in the UK, the waves of which will be felt by the entire world since her long reign means that a lot of political treaties and balances hang on her word. …


One of the most famous conjoined twins in modern history.

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Also referred to as Siamese Twins, Daisy and Violet Hilton were conjoined twins born in the early 20th century in England. They were connected at the hip and buttocks. The doctors at the time of their birth said that if they were separated, one or both would die.

If they were born today, I’m sure they would’ve been surgically separated because they were not like most conjoined twins. Both had their own organs and only shared blood circulation.

Daisy and Violet’s mother left them shortly after they were born. The sisters spent their early life being displayed in sideshows. They…


The mighty glasses of President George Washington.

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Fear of Broken Promises

In 1781, the American Revolution started to reach its conclusion, and in a couple of years, America would be a separate state.

Peace negotiations began between America and Britain, and the wars came to a halt. With no warfare and talks of dissolving the army prevalent within the mainstream, there was growing unrest within soldiers that fought for the country because they were yet to be paid. They were starting not to trust the promise of being paid when the fighting stopped.

This fear was not unwarranted; the Congress had promised the army a lifetime pension after they were done…


It Will Probably Change The Way You See Children.

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In recent years’ documentaries and new studies about serial killers have been gaining traction, and more and more people are becoming interested in such cases. However, when thinking about such a gruesome crime like murder, we tend to forget that murderers do not have to be a certain age. And no matter how much we want to believe otherwise, young people like teens and even children can kill someone.

1. Jesse Pomeroy


He killed his willing victim and proceeded to enjoy his flesh with a glass of fine wine.

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Sometimes, people who look ordinary have a hidden secret behind their unsuspecting eyes. To the usual person, they are well-functioning and even good citizens that go about their day, pursuing their own ambitions. However, if their hidden secret is uncovered, they would be no different than heinous monsters who would stop at nothing to attain and fulfill their desires.

Such is the case of a German man named Armin Meiwes: the man who consumed over 20 kilograms of another person he met online before authorities finally caught him. What makes his case special, though, is the fact that his victim…


She Is Now Empowering Others On TikTok.

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Kara Robinson Chamberlain was only 15 years old when she was abducted by a serial killer and held captive for almost a day. Today she aims to inspire and help others who have gone through similar traumas in their lifetime. And she is making use of the famous social media platform TikTok to do so.

Day of the Abduction

On June 24, 2002, after a night over at her friend’s house, they were thinking about what to do for the rest of the day. They thought it would be a good idea to go to the lake, but before they could leave, her friend’s…


Seven infamous serial killers from the history books’ deepest corners.

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With the advent of the internet and the widespread use of social media, it seems that everyone has been more aware of the rampant wave of crimes committed by people that seem to not know right from wrong. Among them are serial killers, a breed of grandiose criminals, and control freak psychopaths who derive pleasure from killing sprees, usually carving their identity by choosing particular ways to kill. These Serial Killers haven’t just emerged now; they have existed as long as humanity has existed. …


On July 18, 1989, Model And Actress Rebecca Schaeffer Was Shot Dead By Her Stalker.

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Rebecca Schaeffer was an up-and-coming actress in the 1980s. She first appeared on television when she got a role in the soap opera One Life to Live. Her most prominent role and the one that landed her a lot of loving and devoted fans came in the sitcom My Sister Sam.

Born on November 6, 1967, in Oregon, Schaeffer was a drama enthusiast since childhood. She grew up into a beautiful young woman and was approached for modeling. After just two years of working as a model, she moved to New York City to pursue a full-time career in entertainment.


Amarjeet Sada, India’s Infamous Child Psychopath.

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Kent Kiehl, a psychologist at the University of New Mexico, says that an ominous sign that someone displays psychopathic behavior is when they commit crimes at a very young age: ages that are as young as 8, 9, 10. These children are more likely to display callous behavior when they grow up and might go on to commit heinous crimes.

Psychopathy itself is a trait where the individual shows a lack of remorse, is detached from emotions, and shows extreme forms of apathy towards human emotions. While constituting a minority in the larger population, these individuals are responsible for more…

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