New Jersey · Newspaper clippings

Man throws own skin, intestines at police

May 27, 2012 Hackensack, New Jersey A man attempting to resist assistance throws pieces of his flesh and intestine at police Wayne Carter (43) had locked himself in a room in his home and threatened harm against himself. Police were alerted when he was observed cutting himself with a 12” kitchen knife. According to WNBC,… Continue reading Man throws own skin, intestines at police

Germany

A teenager, claiming to have lived most of his life confined to a small cell, is founding wandering the streets in Germany

May 26, 1828 Nuremberg, Germany A teenaged boy named Kaspar Hauser is found wandering the streets, carrying letters claiming he had never set foot outside his previous home One of the letters Hauser had on him explained his past, alleging he had been raised by a “poor day laborer” at the request of Hauser’s mother.… Continue reading A teenager, claiming to have lived most of his life confined to a small cell, is founding wandering the streets in Germany

Kansas · Newspaper clippings · School Violence

Student accidentally shot by nun before school play

April 27, 1911 Flush, Kansas An 18-year-old student was accidentally shot by a nun before a school play Another student had brought a real, loaded gun to use as a prop during a play. The girl who was to use it in the play, Pearl Reedy (18), held it briefly before putting it down saying… Continue reading Student accidentally shot by nun before school play

England · Newspaper clippings

Several stories from The Illustrated Police News

From The Illustrated Police News Published April 25, 1885 Some of the more interesting stories featured on the cover include: * Charles Henry Hall, aged 1 year 7 months, was pecked to death by a chicken in his yard. The article states “It appears that the child was left alone in the backyard for a… Continue reading Several stories from The Illustrated Police News