Jasmine Richardson - The youngest person ever to be convicted of multiple murders in Canada, Jasmine Richardson was twelve when she brutally murdered her parents and younger brother in Medicine Hat, Alberta. After the bodies were discovered on April 23rd, 2006, police feared Jasmine could also be a victim. However, she was later found alive with her 23-year-old boyfriend Jeremy Allen Steinke, whom her parents did not approve of

Almanzo Wilder, married at 28 to a very lucky 18-year-old Laura Ingalls!

Jeanne Manford got a call in April 1972 from a hospital where her gay activist son Morty was taken after being beaten. She wrote a letter to the New York Post complaining about police inaction and began giving interviews in several cities. June 1972 she participated with her son in the New York Pride March, carrying a hand-lettered sign that read ‘Parents of Gays Unite in Support for Our Children.’ She will posthumously receive 2012 Presidential Citizens Medal from President Barack Obama.

The body of Londyn Samuels, 1, lies in a casket as her sister, Paris, 3, looks up at her during the funeral at New Hope Baptist Church in New Orleans on Saturday, September 7, 2013. Samuels was murdered while in the arms of her babysitter.

Baby Lone, Kickapoo medicine man. Photo: 1917.

May 1945. KZ Gusen, Austria. The body of camp commandant Franz Ziereis, who was killed by inmates during the camps liberation.

Janice Dodson (Colorado). On October 15, 1995, Dodson shot and killed her husband. She was convicted of First Degree Murder, and on March 20, 2000, she was sentenced to lie in prison with no parole.

Circa 1920s. Marriages between Chinese men and African American women were common in Texas, in the South and throughout the Caribbean in the late 1800s.

'I wish I had died': Girl struck 15 times with an axe by her BROTHER in attempted 'honour killing' Gul Meena was forced to marry a 60-year-old man at the age of 12 After five years, she met a boy and fled Pakistan for Afghanistan with him But her brother tracked them down, killed her boyfriend and left her for dead Gul Meenas brother thought he had killed her but surgeons were able to save her life.

This is Rosa Abbott, a Third Class passenger on Titanic. Rosa was the only woman to be pulled alive from the icy waters on that fateful night. She was travelling on Titanic with her sons, Rossmore, aged 16, and Eugene, aged 13. When the ship sank, she was pulled into collapsible Lifeboat A. Her sons did not survive.

Minnie Bradley refuses to look at the camera in her Omaha Police Court mug shot. Minnie, 27, and 5 foot 2 inches tall was arrested in Omaha on December 13, 1902 for larceny from a person. She listed her residence on north 11th Street in Omaha and her occupation as prostitute. The description also noted that Minnie wore a wig. Historic Nebraska Mug Shots

Beach police, swimsuits no higher than six inches above knee - Washington DC 1920...

Chikatilo was a Ukrainian born serial killer and rapist. While in custody, Chikatilo confessed to over 50 murders and mutilations. He befriended, killed, and ate his victims. He admitted that his motives were solely for sexual gratification. This madman only halted his killing spree when he was finally arrested and identified after one of the largest operations in Russian police history. Chikatilo was executed in Rostov on February 14, 1994.

In the late 1880s, the body of a 16-year-old girl was pulled from the Seine. She was apparently a suicide, as her body showed no marks of violence, but her beauty and her enigmatic smile led a Paris pathologist to order a plaster death mask of her face. Ironically, in 1958 the anonymous girl’s features were used to model the first-aid mannequin Rescue Annie.

Evelyn Dick was arrested for murder after the torso of her missing estranged husband was found by children. His head and limbs had been sawn off and burned in Evelyn’s furnace. She was convicted to hang in 1946, but won an acquittal. Later, authorities found her baby’s body encased in cement in a suitcase in her attic. She was tried again for murder in 1947 and sentenced to life in prison, but was paroled in 1958 after serving eleven years. She eventually disappeared from public.

Martha Rendell moved in with Thomas Morris and his kids. She killed the children by swabbing hydrochloric acid on the backs of their throats, claiming it was medicine. Annie, 7, died in July 1907 and Olive, 5, died in October. Arthur, 14, died in Oct 1908. While an autopsy was performed, nothing was found. A son reported his suspicions to the police in 1909. Autopsies were performed in July, this time finding evidence of the swabbing. Rendell was sentenced to death and hanged in October 1909...

Looking for Jolli - child survivor A7734 from Auschwitz, 4.5 years old at liberation. Born in 1940. Clues lead to possible adoption by a Christian family, then to the USA. Whatever name and location, his tattooed number is A7734. And his brother still hopes to meet him. Please help us by spreading the word. FamilyRoots2000@gmail.com

On November 29, 1998, in Jefferson County, Texas, 20-year-old Kenisha Berry placed duct tape across the body and mouth of her 4-day-old son, placed him in a black plastic trash bag and left his body in a trash dumpster, resulting in his death. She was convicted of murder in February 2004 and sentenced to death.

July 2011, a neighbor called police after seeing trail of blood leading into the Greenville, SC., apartment of Michaela Weaver and Jason Mitchem. Police arrived to find the home in complete disarray, with dirty mattresses on the floor, food and trash everywhere and feces smeared on the wall. Four children were in the apartment. The oldest, nearly 5 years old, was kept in the bedroom with an electrical cord tied to the doorknob. The 9-month-old had a serious rash from laying in her own urine.

Dr. James Barry became the first woman to practice medicine in Britain by living successfully as a man for over forty years. Read the absolutely extraordinary story at http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-528926/Dr-Barrys-deathbed-sex-secret-The-extraordinary-truth-great-war-hero-medical-pioneer.html

Rodney James Alcala, (8/23/1943 - present) birth name Rodrigo Jacques Alcala Buquor. He is a convicted rapist and serial killer who is convicted of killing 4 women and a 12 year old girl, but later confessed to killing another 30 victims; police believe there could be many more. Also known as the "Dating Game Killer" because after his two murders, he was accepted to be a contestant on "The Dating Game." He received the death sentence in 2010 and is currently awaiting his punishment.