Crime Facts Generator

  • [Crime fact 1] In 2013, a 17-year old kid named Tyler Hadley murdered his parents and hid their bodies in a locked bedroom so he could throw a huge house party.


  • [Crime fact 2] A police constable named Steve Hutton on 2 separate occasions, barked at fleeing criminals to trick them into thinking he had a police dog with him. It worked.


  • [Crime fact 3] In 2002, a 7-year-old Philadelphia girl named Erica Pratt was abducted and locked in a basement. She managed to escape from her kidnappers in less than 24 hours by gnawing through the duct tape binding her hands and feet, kicking out a panel on the basement door, punching out a window, and then screaming for help.


  • [Crime fact 4] Someone, probably not the founder, Mark Hughes, figured out that ephedrine was an amazing drug. It was legal in the 80s, found in a Chinese plant called Ma Huang. It is a stimulant. He himself, and friends found that it was a really potent aid in weight loss, helped give a strong perception of energy boost and vitality. You could say that it is a chemical analog of amphetamine. So, he had this great product, Green Herbalife, and he was selling it out of the trunk of his car. It really worked. The customers were actually becoming very big fans of the product. Some would even say that they were addicted to it. Mark didn't want to hire salesmen, so he offered a partnership buy-in scheme. The customers who loved the product were some of his best customer, spreading the word and demanding more and more ephedrine. At some point, recruiting sales help become just as profitable as selling the drug itself.


  • [Crime fact 5] A man named Henrie Berry Lowrie led a gang of American Indian, White, and African-American men in 1860s North Carolina. The Lowry Gang fought the Confederates, fought the white establishment during Reconstruction, only robbed people who could afford it, and shared their profits with the poor.


  • [Crime fact 6] A one-legged clown was convicted of murdering an heiress in Chicago in 1912 and was sentenced to life in prison, but he escaped and was never found.


  • [Crime fact 7] Pee Wee Gaskins, the most prolific serial killer in South Carolina drove around in a hearse with a bumper sticker that read "WE HAUL ANYTHING, LIVING OR DEAD." He told people that he needed it to take the bodies of people he killed to his private cemetery. He claimed to have killed between 100 and 110 people.


  • [Crime fact 8] In 1993, during the 51-day siege by the FBI on the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas, the FBI used sleep deprivation to try to force the suspects out. This included around the clock broadcasts of jet planes and screams from rabbits being slaughtered.


  • [Crime fact 9] Kenneth McDuff, a Texas serial killer who was on death row, was then paroled, committed more murders and then finally executed. He caused an overhaul of the Texas Justice system including harsher paroles, more prisons and a rise in executions.


  • [Crime fact 10] Lois Gibson, who after being assaulted and nearly died from her injuries, volunteered to draw police sketches for the Houston Police Department. She now holds the Guinness World Record as the most successful sketch artist ever, having helped solve over 1,000 crimes in her 30-year career.


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