Crimes That Made History
A series of murders shocked London in 1888 and the perpetrator becomes known as Jack the Ripper.
In 1907, Albert Soleilland is accused of raping and murdering a little girl named Marthe; at the time, France was on the verge of abolishing the death sentence, Soleilland's crime set the abolitionist cause back decades.
Following the discovery of hundreds of bones in 1924, Fritz Haarmann is arrested and accused of sexual violence and cannibalism.
In 1929, Al Capone's henchmen kill seven members of Bugs Moran's gang; carried out during the prohibition, this event became known as the Saint Valentine's day Massacre.
In 1933, Violette Nozière, 18, kills her father by poisoning him; Violette confesses to the crime, saying her motive was that her father abused her.
In 1936, Abe Sada kills her lover by erotic asphyxiation, cuts off his member and carves his name in her flesh.
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