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Inside Stephen Paddock’s Dark Secret Life: Vegas Mass Murderer’s Neighbor Tells All

Former neighbor of Stephen Poddack — the 64-year-old mass murderer who opened fire at a Las Vegas concert Sunday night — is revealing all on his shocking past in an exclusive interview with RadarOnline.com.

Don Judy, also 64, met Poddack two years ago when he moved into a Melbourne, Florida home right next door to his.

“He still lived in Vegas but came down to Melbourne Florida, he said, to find a house for his mother and brother,” Judy told Radar.

PHOTOS: Las Vegas Mass Murderer Stephen Paddock’s Shocking Secrets

“He seemed like a normal guy, different — a little in his own world but I didnt think anything of him coming down from Nevada back-and-forth.”

Judy told Radar that most of his encounters with Paddock were normal except for the time he decided to hand over his keys to him to watch over the house while he was in Vegas.

“Probably

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Inside the mind of the Philadelphia area’s worst mass killer

This was originally published on Feb. 26, 2012.

After methodically shooting and killing 13 people in his East Camden neighborhood on Sept. 6, 1949, Howard Unruh fully expected to die in the electric chair or — at best — spend the rest of his life in prison.

What he did not want, he said, was to spend the rest of his days in an asylum.

“… To be declared insane and remain in this building the rest of my life — well, I would rather have the chair,” he is quoted as telling a psychiatrist 17 days after the massacre in a report never before released to the public.

But die he did still a patient at Trenton State Hospital, where he spent the last 60 years of his life as Case No. 47,077, never tried for his

Read more at: http://www.philly.com/philly/news/breaking/inside-the-mind-of-the-philadelphia-areas-worst-mass-killer-20171002.html

Inside the mind of Hoddle Street killer Julian Knight – The Age

These are words you thought you would never read in a mainstream media publication. Mass killer Julian Knight is right. The decision to ban him from applying for parole is unjust and has left him the victim of political populism.

On Wednesday, August 9, it will be 30 years since Knight took three firearms to Hoddle Street on a quiet Sunday night with a plan to hunt down and kill as many innocent people as he could.

Inside the mind of Hoddle Street killer Julian Knight

These are words you thought you would never read in a mainstream media publication. Mass killer Julian Knight is right. The decision to ban him from applying for parole is unjust and has left him the victim of political populism.

On Wednesday, August 9, it will be 30 years since Knight took three firearms to Hoddle Street on a quiet Sunday night with a plan to hunt down and kill as many innocent people as he could.

Inside the mind of the serial killer who murdered Gianni Versace

(ABC) — Italian designer Gianni Versace was a fashion icon who was at the pinnacle of his career in 1997. He dressed some of the most famous women in the world, including the late Princess Diana, pop singer Jennifer Lopez and actress Elizabeth Hurley. He created a new category of elite supermodels like Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell and Janice Dickinson, working with the most famous photographers of the ‘90s.

On July 15, 1997, Versace was murdered on the steps of his Miami Beach mansion, Casa Casuarina. By then, he had acquired fame, power, and wealth. Was envy what motivated his killer Andrew Cunanan to commit such a heinous crime?

“The world would know two things after the murder of Gianni Versace,” former FBI criminal profiler Candice DeLong told ABC News. “One, they would know who Versace was. And two, they would know his killer was Andrew Cunanan. That’s what Andrew wanted. ‘Look at me. I can get to anyone.’”

Cunanan grew up

Read more at: http://wtnh.com/2017/07/07/inside-the-mind-of-the-serial-killer-who-murdered-gianni-versace/

Inside the mind of the serial killer who murdered Gianni Versace

Italian designer Gianni Versace was a fashion icon who was at the pinnacle of his career in 1997. He dressed some of the most famous women in the world, including the late Princess Diana, pop singer Jennifer Lopez and actress Elizabeth Hurley. He created a new category of elite supermodels like Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell and Janice Dickinson, working with the most famous photographers of the ‘90s.

PHOTO: Gianni and Donatella Versace in New York City.Getty Images
Gianni and Donatella Versace in New York City.

On July 15, 1997, Versace was murdered on the steps of his Miami Beach mansion, Casa Casuarina. By then, he had acquired fame, power, and wealth. Was envy what

Read more at: http://abcnews.go.com/US/inside-mind-serial-killer-murdered-fashion-icon-gianni/story?id=48459029

Inside the mind of the serial killer who murdered Gianni Versace …

Italian designer Gianni Versace was a fashion icon who was at the pinnacle of his career in 1997. He dressed some of the most famous women in the world, including the late Princess Diana, pop singer Jennifer Lopez and actress Elizabeth Hurley. He created a new category of elite supermodels like Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell and Janice Dickinson, working with the most famous photographers of the ‘90s.

PHOTO: Gianni and Donatella Versace in New York City.Getty Images
Gianni and Donatella Versace in New York City.

On July 15, 1997, Versace was murdered on the steps of his Miami Beach mansion, Casa Casuarina. By then, he had acquired fame, power, and wealth. Was envy what

Read more at: http://abcnews.go.com/US/inside-mind-serial-killer-murdered-fashion-icon-gianni/story?id=48459029

Photos offer look inside Pulse in aftermath of mass shooting

The city of Orlando released the first detailed photos inside the Pulse nightclub on Tuesday, taken by police after the June 12 mass shooting.

The FBI, which is investigating the shooting, authorized the release of the photos weeks ago. Because of a time-consuming redaction process, the city did not release them until now.

None of the 400 crime scene photos posted on the city’s website depict the people killed or wounded in the club. Every one of the 49 people killed was moved out of the club long before the photos were taken June 20, eight days after the attack.

The photos do, however, offer one of the first comprehensive looks into the building, showing abandoned drinks and bullet holes in the walls. They show disarray in the bathrooms, and the giant blasts SWAT teams blew in the exterior walls at about 5 a.m. to draw out the gunman and rescue survivors who

Read more at: http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/pulse-orlando-nightclub-shooting/os-pulse-shooting-photos-released-20170117-story.html

Nursing home mass killer’s plea to get more gay magazines inside prison – as his favourite publication promises to …

  • Roger Kingsley Dean killed 11 elderly patients at nursing home fire
  • The mass murderer, 40, is serving out a life sentence at Goulburn prison
  • He wrote to editors of a gay magazine to complain he couldn’t access it from jail

Rachel Eddie For Daily Mail Australia