Monthly Archives: September 2017

Serial killer Christopher Halliwell now worships the DEVIL: ‘I dedicate killings to Satan’

The convicted double killer, who is suspected of raping and murdering dozens of women, also claims that he is now more famous than the Yorkshire Ripper.

Ex-cabbie Halliwell is serving a wholelife sentence for murdering clubber Sian O’Callaghan, 22, and Becky Godden- Edwards, 25.

He has told cons inside his top-security jail that he now worships the devil.

Monster Halliwell claims that he has dedicated the murder of his two female victims as sacrifices to Satan, according to prison sources.

One officer said Halliwell recently declared: “I believe in the Devil, Lucifer, the Anti-God, the Dark-Lord.”

Read more at: http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/648898/Christopher-Halliwell-murder-prison-devil-satan-worship

Telluride Horror Show: Psychopaths, Confessions of a Serial Killer …

Want a killer time at a film festival? Then we recommend you check out this year’s Telluride Horror Show, which announced Friday it will be screening both Psychopaths and the Director’s Cut of 1985’s Confessions of a Serial Killer.

The maniac-filled Psychopaths is the new movie from filmmaker Mickey Keating (Carnage Park, Darling) and stars Ashley Bell, Jeremy Gardner, and James Landry Hébert, among others. Confessions of a Serial Killer was inspired by the story of real-life murderer Henry Lee Lucas and stars Robert A. Burns, best known for his work as the set designer on the original Texas Chain Saw Massacre.

Other films announced as part of the festival’s second wave of programming include Tragedy Girls, Cold Hell, and the Friday the 13th fan tribute, Never Hike Alone. Directors Greg McLean (Jungle),

Read more at: http://ew.com/movies/2017/09/29/telluride-horror-show-lineup-schedule/

Psychopaths, Confessions of a Serial Killer among Telluride Horror Show screenings

Want a killer time at a film festival? Then we recommend you check out this year’s Telluride Horror Show, which announced Friday it will be screening both Psychopaths and the Director’s Cut of 1985’s Confessions of a Serial Killer.

The maniac-filled Psychopaths is the new movie from filmmaker Mickey Keating (Carnage Park, Darling) and stars Ashley Bell, Jeremy Gardner, and James Landry Hébert, among others. Confessions of a Serial Killer was inspired by the story of real-life murderer Henry Lee Lucas and stars Robert A. Burns, best known for his work as the set designer on the original Texas Chain Saw Massacre.

Other films announced as part of the festival’s second wave of programming include Tragedy Girls, Cold Hell, and the Friday the 13th fan tribute, Never Hike Alone. Directors Greg McLean (Jungle),

Read more at: http://ew.com/movies/2017/09/29/telluride-horror-show-lineup-schedule/

‘We’re going to watch you’: Here’s what families say needs to happen as MMIWG inquiry wraps BC hearings

“We’re going to watch you.” 

That message was delivered to the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls by Wet’suwet’en hereditary chief Namoks (John Ridsdale) on the third and final day of community hearings in Smithers, B.C., on Thursday.

“We don’t want you to make a report, put it away and dust it off when it comes handy for you to use,” he said. 

“We’re not letting you off easy, because we were not let off easy.”

Chief commissioner Marion Buller summarized what the inquiry had heard about the personal impacts of the disproportionate rate of violence against Indigenous women and girls.

“We’ve heard of tremendous losses to generations of families,” she said.

“We have also heard of the

Read more at: https://ca.news.yahoo.com/apos-apos-going-watch-apos-055105744.html

Spate of grisly murders around Ugandan capital raises serial killer fears

Sarah Neliima worked as a waitress at Friends Restaurant in Katabi town, a few kilometres from Uganda’s international airport in Entebbe. At 9pm on 19 September, Neliima, who lived nearby, finished for the day.

“That was the time she usually left work for home,” said Harriet Namusoke, a friend.

The next day, Neliima, 22, did not show up for work. She was not at home either. Concerned colleagues and relatives mounted a search.

Neliima’s body was found later that day in a banana garden, a stone’s throw from the Entebbe-Kampala highway – the 23rd woman to have been murdered in the area since June.

The spate of brutal deaths in Wakiso district is raising the spectre of a possible serial killer at work and local women are terrified. Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni made an impromptu visit this week to the affected communities, promising he would personally investigate the murders.

“We

Read more at: https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2017/sep/29/grisly-murders-uganda-serial-killer

UK’s first animal forensics lab used to hunt for cat serial killer | The …

Forensic scientists are to help track down a serial cat murderer believed to be behind the deaths of around 250 animals.

ArroGen Veterinary Forensics is Britain’s first forensic lab dedicated to researching crimes against animals, in order to help police and the RSPCA prosecute perpetrators.

The lab will re-examine the case of the “Croydon cat killer” who began mutilating and dismembering felines in south London in 2014, The Times reported.

The culprit has been targeting cats within the M25, but the attacks have spread to other parts of the UK, including Birmingham and Manchester.

The bodies of some of the cats have been kept in freezers during the hunt for the attacker, who has so far eluded capture.

The team will use DNA to try and hunt down the cat killer, as well as determine exactly how many cats have been killed by the culprit, excluding those which may have been

Read more at: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/croydon-cat-killer-m25-forensic-science-lab-animals-crime-arrogen-veterinary-forensics-a7973596.html

UK’s first animal forensics lab used to hunt for cat serial killer

Forensic scientists are to help track down a serial cat murderer believed to be behind the deaths of around 250 animals.

ArroGen Veterinary Forensics is Britain’s first forensic lab dedicated to researching crimes against animals, in order to help police and the RSPCA prosecute perpetrators.

The lab will re-examine the case of the “Croydon cat killer” who began mutilating and dismembering felines in south London in 2014, The Times reported.

The culprit has been targeting cats within the M25, but the attacks have spread to other parts of the UK, including Birmingham and Manchester.

The bodies of some of the cats have been kept in freezers during the hunt for the attacker, who has so far eluded capture.

The team will use DNA to try and hunt down the cat killer, as well as determine exactly how many cats have been killed by the culprit, excluding those which may have been

Read more at: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/croydon-cat-killer-m25-forensic-science-lab-animals-crime-arrogen-veterinary-forensics-a7973596.html

‘We’re going to watch you’: Here’s what families say needs to …

“We’re going to watch you.” 

That message was delivered to the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls by Wet’suwet’en hereditary chief Namoks (John Ridsdale) on the third and final day of community hearings in Smithers, B.C., on Thursday.

MMIWG commissioners

MMIWG commissioners Michèle Audette and Marion Buller listen to a message from Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs.

“We don’t want you to make a report, put it away and dust it off when it comes handy for you to use,” he said. 

“We’re not letting you off easy, because we were not let off easy.”

‘You shine the light on the darkness of racism, sexism and indifference.’
– Marion Buller, chief commissioner

Chief commissioner Marion Buller summarized what the inquiry had heard about the personal impacts of the disproportionate rate of violence against Indigenous women and girls.

“We’ve heard of tremendous losses to

Read more at: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/mmiwg-inquiry-wrap-1.4312518

‘We’re going to watch you’: Here’s what families say needs to … – CBC

“We’re going to watch you.” 

That message was delivered to the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls by Wet’suwet’en hereditary chief Namoks (John Ridsdale) on the third and final day of community hearings in Smithers, B.C., on Thursday.

MMIWG commissioners

MMIWG commissioners Michèle Audette and Marion Buller listen to a message from Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs.

“We don’t want you to make a report, put it away and dust it off when it comes handy for you to use,” he said. 

“We’re not letting you off easy, because we were not let off easy.”

‘You shine the light on the darkness of racism, sexism and indifference.’
– Marion Buller, chief commissioner

Chief commissioner Marion Buller summarized what the inquiry had heard about the personal impacts of the disproportionate rate of violence against Indigenous women and girls.

“We’ve heard of tremendous losses to

Read more at: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/mmiwg-inquiry-wrap-1.4312518

‘We’re going to watch you’: Here’s what families say needs to happen as MMIWG inquiry wraps BC hearings

“We’re going to watch you.” 

That message was delivered to the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls by Wet’suwet’en hereditary chief Namoks (John Ridsdale) on the third and final day of community hearings in Smithers, B.C., on Thursday.

MMIWG commissioners

MMIWG commissioners Michèle Audette and Marion Buller listen to a message from Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs.

“We don’t want you to make a report, put it away and dust it off when it comes handy for you to use,” he said. 

“We’re not letting you off easy, because we were not let off easy.”

‘You shine the light on the darkness of racism, sexism and indifference.’
– Marion Buller, chief commissioner

Chief commissioner Marion Buller summarized what the inquiry had heard about the personal impacts of the disproportionate rate of violence against Indigenous women and girls.

“We’ve heard of tremendous losses to

Read more at: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/mmiwg-inquiry-wrap-1.4312518