What secrets did notorious serial killer Richard Ramirez --AKA The Night Stalker-- take to the grave? Detectives have never completely closed the book on the maniac even though he's been on death row at San Quentin since 1989.
Ramirez, 53, died Friday morning of liver failure but when his body was found, his skin was a fluorescent green, the New York Post reports. Ramirez was the sinister conductor of an orchestra of bloodshed and mayhem that terrorized southern California in the 1980s. And there is another mystery to be solved: Why was his skin green? The day before, the Satan-loving madman had a shocking green hue to his skin, a
source told The Post.
Monday, June 10, 2013
pocketed all the cash she claimed to be raising for one of the Sandy Hook school shooting victims, pled guilty Thursday.
Shameless huckster Nouel Alba, 37, set up a Facebook page claiming to the aunt of six-year-old Noah Pozner, within hours of the horrific killing spree.
He was one of the 20 children to die in the attack by nutjob Adam Lanza, who also killed six adults in elementary school, before turning the gun on himself.
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Valerie Dodds, 19, claims teachers and pupils mocked her ambition of going into the adult entertainment industry.
So last week she went back to the uber conservative Pius X school in Lincoln, Nebraska to perform her raunchy show.
Dodd's, who performs under the name "Val Midwest"
was filmed dangling her body in front of the school's motto "Restore All Things in Christ" and masturbating on the football field during the late night shoot on May 13.
She told KETV that she had started a nude photo business a few months ago, but some of the kids had criticised it, labelling her "a slut."
The 37-year-old said she was watching TV in Immokalee, FL home, when her boyfriend Willie Butler "purposely" passed wind on her.
Cops told the Naples News, she then, "confronted him him about the fart and Willie became agitated, telling her to shut up."
The fight then allegedly moved to the kitchen.
When officers arrived they found Butler in front of his house with cuts to his abdomen and his arms.
He told them that she had grabbed a kitchen knife and chucked it at him, hitting him in the stomach and he'd left the house.
The legal clerk and environmental activist, who Julia Roberts won an Oscar for portraying in the movie about her battle with Pacific Gas and Electric was not in a good way when a game warden spotted her.
Edwin W. Lyngar, a spokesman with the Nevada Wildlife Department she was slurring her words and acting in an intoxicated manner as she struggled with the craft on Lake Mead, just outside Boulder City.
He added that she tested above the legal limit of .08 blood alcohol content and was held in the Clark County Detention Center before bailing out.