All ‘90s, all the time

The ‘90s were a special time. Technology was advancing. More and more homes were gaining access to the information superhighway of the worldwide web. 24-hour news channels found their footing. Major events seemed to grip the nation in a way that had not been possible before. Jeffrey Dahmer was arrested in 1991 and murdered in…

Thank You Patrons!

It's been far too long since I've updated this blog, an issue I seek to rectify starting now. A lot has happened during the year hiatus from HorrorHistory.Net, including laying the groundwork to start a zine and an adult activity book, and creating a Patreon page. For behind the scenes info on the page (including…

Today in Horror History Serial Killer Activity Book for Kids!

We are pleased to announce the launch of the Today in Horror History Serial Killer Activity Book for Kids! ⭐️ Inspire creativity by having your children guess what Jack the Ripper looked like! ⭐️ Educate with coloring pages of mugshots, complete with a detailed descriptions of each murder! ⭐️ Entertain with connect the dots and…

Vintage forensics: fingerprint computer

Published April 13, 1963 A city police commissioner poses with an IBM 1401 computer, showcasing its fingerprint analysis results The same computer is featured in this video produced by IBM, highlighting its ability to use data entered by punchcards to pinpoint areas with higher crime rates, allowing police to focus patrols in those areas.