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Many have long studied crime and criminals, but it wasn’t until recently that researchers started taking a closer look at the victim. Learn more about the study’s history, the old lens of the victim’s role, and the latest multi-faceted perspective.
Since the FBI has published listings of the most elusive fugitives, the public has been able to help catch hundreds of criminals. Now, there are still criminals ranging from gang members, to crypto-fraudsters, to killers on the list.
This week on LordanArts Uncovered, the team discusses the unsolved murder of Jamie Santos — a 27-year-old exotic dancer found unconscious by paramedics after an unknown man placed a 9-1-1- call at a nearby payphone.
Stalking behavior takes many forms, both online and in person, but there are common signs that may indicate if you’re being stalked. There are also psychological and behavioral effects that can help indicate if warning signs are more serious.
While talking with her fiancé, Rob Shafer, over a payphone, Angela Hammond describes a “filthy bearded man with a mustache and glasses wearing coveralls and a hat” that pulls up next to her. Minutes later, Angie screams into the payphone, and is reportedly abducted.
America’s history is often dark and twisted—there’s no denying that. In fact, much of what we’ve grown up learning about Native American people and their culture is either incomplete or simply inaccurate. Starla Thompson, a renowned cultural educator, Jingle Dress Dancer, and Forest Band Potawatomi member, is working day and night to change that.
When a person commits three or more acts of arson, their repetitive behavior can be classified in three ways: serial arson, spree arson, or mass arson. Let’s break down the three behavioral classifications, as well as their motivations.
Anyone who has ever watched or listened to a crime drama or true crime series knows that fingerprints are a key piece of evidence often collected from crime scenes. They are a form of biometric information — a unique physical characteristic that can be used to...
With over 200K unsolved cases of the missing and murdered in the United States alone; media coverage matters. Uncovered has partnered with John Lordan of LordanArts on a new Youtube series called LordanArts Uncovered. John is also the host of Brainscratch and...