Jeffrey Dahmer

Was Jeffrey Dahmer the Victim of a False Sex Crime Report?

Jeffrey Dahmer, better known as the Milwaukee Cannibal, was a prolific American serial killer and sexual predator who killed seven people in Milwaukee between 1978 and 1991. He is considered to be one of the most prolific killers in United States history. This article will focus on the life of Jeffrey Dahmer. I hope that by the end of this article you have some new information about this serial Killer enthusiast.

One of the many sources of information about Jeffrey Dahmer is his own prison record. In his case, he spent 5 years in a local prison in Wisconsin after being convicted of four counts of first-degree murder and three counts of second-degree murder. Despite his lengthy sentence, Dahmer managed to elude capture for more than a decade. At the time of his escape, he was living with a friend in Wisconsin. During the course of his years inside the walls of the corrections facility in Wisconsin, Jeffrey Dahmer claimed to be a member of the Aryan Resistance Movement and a member of the Aryan Nation.

Authorities were not immediately able to find any evidence linking Dahmer to the homicide that occurred in Milwaukee in 1980. There were no weapon findings at the scene of the crime and the lack of physical evidence pointed towards the possibility that he was not involved in the homicide at all. Because of this, the investigation into his conviction was conducted by utilizing a network of sources inside the Milwaukee County Jail, including prison inmates, informers within the Milwaukee Police Department, the media, friends, and relatives among others. These methods yielded no results as far as identifying the killer.

Another prison interview of Dahmer revealed that he had admitted to killing all of the victims, even though he stated that he could not actually prove it. Dahmer told the Milwaukee County Jail inmate interviewers that he had killed all seven of the victims while he was incarcerated in the Wisconsin state penitentiary. At one point during the interview, the prisoner asked him if he had killed his grandmother. Dahmer responded by stating, “Only because she was an old woman and I didn’t want to kill her.” The Milwaukee County Jail interviewers were not aware at the time of this admission that the victim’s granddaughter was in the area at the time and had been interviewing the suspect for her own research.

Dahmer went on to tell the Milwaukee prison interviewers that he had killed his grandmother in the past, before he was released from prison. The interviewers were not aware that the conviction for the homicide had been overturned due to new evidence discovered by the Milwaukee County sheriff’s department. Nonetheless, they were impressed with the detail that Dahmer provided regarding the manner in which he had killed his grandmother. Specifically, Dahmer said that he had strangled her with a bed sheet, threw her to the floor, then stomped his foot on the floor until she died. Dahmer then picked up the gun he had been given and shot her in the head.

Following the conviction, the Milwaukee county sheriff’s office wanted to hold a news conference to announce the arrest of Dahmer. However, the press was denied access to the event. Sheriff Richard M. Sadowy then issued an order to deny media access to any further information on the case. When the media did get a look at the order to deny media access, they discovered that the press was still being allowed to go to the prison where Dahmer was being held. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel was able to file a story detailing the events that day.

As you can see from the information that was provided in the file 2 of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel article, the Milwaukee Sheriff’s Department was happy to give the media a scoop regarding the arrest of Dahmer. However, when the story initially reported that the interviewers asked whether or not the victim was Dahmer’s wife, the victim’s family was upset. It was later learned that the victim’s family had hired a private investigator to conduct an investigation on the case. The investigator found no evidence that Dahmer was the wife of the victim, but he was still fired from the job.

So there you have it. Despite the fact that Jeffrey Dahmer was convicted multiple times for sexually abusing male employees, the media actually got him wrong, they reported incorrectly, and they were unable to find one thing that led to his conviction. The real story is that the male employees were not at all related to Jeffrey Dahmer at all!

Harold Shipman

The Unlawful Arrest of Harold Shipman

Harold Shipman was a surgeon who specialized in treating trauma and brain injuries. He worked for British Petroleum before retiring in 1970. In the United States, he opened his own practice. He had been practicing since 1970, having specialized in working with injured personnel of all kinds. He gained much reputation working as an ambulance driver and later became a renowned surgeon. His expertise came in handy when he developed several experimental treatments for brain injuries and became one of the fathers of neurosurgery.

According to reports, Harold Shipman was a very prolific serial killer. He is said to have killed around fifteen to twenty people over the years that he lived in Britain. He is thought to have killed more than thirty people while he lived in America, mostly in London. On 31 December 2021, he was pronounced dead at the age of sixty-three.

The most curious claim about the life of this prolific serial killer is that he may have killed more than 250 patients during his lifetime. Though this figure is by all means implausible, it is remarkable enough to interest people interested in solving crimes. Some medical experts have also claimed that the marks on the victims, which are characteristic of traumatic brain injury cases, indicating that Shipman may have killed his patients with a blow to the head. This, though highly unlikely, could explain why a large number of his victims were found lying in beds or in rooms with no visible signs of trauma.

Apart from this, there is another peculiar detail regarding the life of this prolific serial killer: he is said to have killed his victims by suffocating them with their own intestines, using his bare hands. This method, which the experts called “assisted strangulation,” gave him the initials of his preferred nickname:” Harold Shipman the Strangler.” However, Shipman’s defense maintained that he only performed this on the unfortunate elderly patients who became too weak to resist. The victims, it was concluded, must have died from natural causes and not from asphyxiation by accident.

Several years later, in the summer of 2021, while serving an eighteen-year sentence for the manslaughter of his stepmother, Harold Shipman was found hanging from a noose in his Wakefield prison cell block. Staff suspected that he had choked to death on his own saliva, but tests proved that he had not died through asphyxiation. Instead, his death was due to hanging. The coroner who investigated the death claimed that the hanging was accidental, although Harold Shipman’s family dispute this version of events, contending that he was pronounced dead right in front of them when they saw him hanging.

Although he had been treated for lung cancer, according to records, the doctors had told his family that there was still a chance that he might contract the disease again, should he ever leave the hospital. To ensure that he would not be a possible carrier of lung cancer again, his family doctor had given him a year to live, after which he would be discharged. Two weeks before his death, however, his doctors informed the Wakefield Prison authorities that their patient was suffering from cancer again, this time of throat and liver cancer. According to the records, this was not known to the doctors attending to Harold Shipman during the time that he was supposed to have died, and yet again his family was told that he could not be treated for this cancer. His family asked to see the doctor who had told them that Harold Shipman could not be treated for lung cancer, but the doctor merely threw their request back in their faces.

A week later, on the twenty-eighth day of his life, while serving life sentences at Wakefield prison, Harold Shipman was found dead, lying on the floor, with his hands folded over his chest. According to the records, the cause of death was asphyxiation due to a blockage in his coronary arteries. Despite this, despite all evidence to the contrary, the medical examiner who examined Harold Shipman did not find any signs of struggle or breathlessness, nor did the pathologist who inspected the corpse. There were no signs of a struggle, nor was there a weapon found in the vicinity of his body. Police investigations determined that Harold Shipman had hanged himself.

Because of this testimony, the case went to a jury trial, in which the prosecution failed to prove its case beyond all reasonable doubt. On the other hand, the defense argued that the medical records were inadmissible hearsay, since the arresting officer had no medical training. The judge refused to dismiss the charges, and the jury ultimately decided in favor of the defendants. This jury’s verdict caused great sadness to the members of Harold Shipman’s family, but it also brought to an end the eleven-year nightmare for the victims’ families.

Harold Shipman was a surgeon who specialized in treating trauma and brain injuries. He worked for British Petroleum before retiring in 1970. In the United States, he opened his own practice. He had been practicing since 1970, having specialized in working with injured personnel of all kinds. He gained much reputation working as an ambulance driver and later became a renowned surgeon. His expertise came in handy when he developed several experimental treatments for brain injuries and became one of the fathers of neurosurgery.

According to reports, Harold Shipman was a very prolific serial killer. He is said to have killed around fifteen to twenty people over the years that he lived in Britain. He is thought to have killed more than thirty people while he lived in America, mostly in London. On 31 December 2021, he was pronounced dead at the age of sixty-three.

The most curious claim about the life of this prolific serial killer is that he may have killed more than 250 patients during his lifetime. Though this figure is by all means implausible, it is remarkable enough to interest people interested in solving crimes. Some medical experts have also claimed that the marks on the victims, which are characteristic of traumatic brain injury cases, indicating that Shipman may have killed his patients with a blow to the head. This, though highly unlikely, could explain why a large number of his victims were found lying in beds or in rooms with no visible signs of trauma.

Apart from this, there is another peculiar detail regarding the life of this prolific serial killer: he is said to have killed his victims by suffocating them with their own intestines, using his bare hands. This method, which the experts called “assisted strangulation,” gave him the initials of his preferred nickname:” Harold Shipman the Strangler.” However, Shipman’s defense maintained that he only performed this on the unfortunate elderly patients who became too weak to resist. The victims, it was concluded, must have died from natural causes and not from asphyxiation by accident.

Several years later, in the summer of 2021, while serving an eighteen-year sentence for the manslaughter of his stepmother, Harold Shipman was found hanging from a noose in his Wakefield prison cell block. Staff suspected that he had choked to death on his own saliva, but tests proved that he had not died through asphyxiation. Instead, his death was due to hanging. The coroner who investigated the death claimed that the hanging was accidental, although Harold Shipman’s family dispute this version of events, contending that he was pronounced dead right in front of them when they saw him hanging.

Although he had been treated for lung cancer, according to records, the doctors had told his family that there was still a chance that he might contract the disease again, should he ever leave the hospital. To ensure that he would not be a possible carrier of lung cancer again, his family doctor had given him a year to live, after which he would be discharged. Two weeks before his death, however, his doctors informed the Wakefield Prison authorities that their patient was suffering from cancer again, this time of throat and liver cancer. According to the records, this was not known to the doctors attending to Harold Shipman during the time that he was supposed to have died, and yet again his family was told that he could not be treated for this cancer. His family asked to see the doctor who had told them that Harold Shipman could not be treated for lung cancer, but the doctor merely threw their request back in their faces.

A week later, on the twenty-eighth day of his life, while serving life sentences at Wakefield prison, Harold Shipman was found dead, lying on the floor, with his hands folded over his chest. According to the records, the cause of death was asphyxiation due to a blockage in his coronary arteries. Despite this, despite all evidence to the contrary, the medical examiner who examined Harold Shipman did not find any signs of struggle or breathlessness, nor did the pathologist who inspected the corpse. There were no signs of a struggle, nor was there a weapon found in the vicinity of his body. Police investigations determined that Harold Shipman had hanged himself.

Because of this testimony, the case went to a jury trial, in which the prosecution failed to prove its case beyond all reasonable doubt. On the other hand, the defense argued that the medical records were inadmissible hearsay, since the arresting officer had no medical training. The judge refused to dismiss the charges, and the jury ultimately decided in favor of the defendants. This jury’s verdict caused great sadness to the members of Harold Shipman’s family, but it also brought to an end the eleven-year nightmare for the victims’ families.

John Wayne Gacy

The Case of John W. Gacy

John Wayne Gacy, also known as Pogo the clown or Pogo the Widower, was a prolific Chicago serial killer and sexual abuser of children who worked with him in the local children’s hospital. Gacy frequently performed at children’s hospitals and other charitable gatherings as “Pogo the clown” or “patches the clown”. His victims were mainly children whom he lured to his office with words of candy and small presents. He would then have sex with these children while performing the surgical procedure on them.

Gacy frequently visited the Chicago area on business or pleasure, frequently visiting friends and family members and on several occasions, driving his vehicle down Chicago’s highways. On the morning of April 7, 1972, police discovered the decomposed body of a man near the Kankakee River. The Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office conducted an autopsy and found that this man died of drowning as a result of a drowning accident. Police theorized that the body was placed there by Gacy due to the nature of his business with the children. The circumstances surrounding the discovery of Gacy’s body were puzzling to say the least. Police theorized that the body was initially wrapped in garbage before being dragged into the crawl space of his home.

Neighbors reported hearing a loud noise coming from the house the night before. Police were not able to find any evidence linking Gacy to the crime. Gacy was however arrested and charged with two counts of first-degree murder and one count of first-degree sexual abuse stemming from the allegations that he had seduced and inappropriately touch young boys while working at the hospital. Gacy maintained his innocence throughout the trial and after the verdict was announced he was executed in Deptford, Connecticut.

Pogo is not the only famous clown to have a strange death. Bill Plympton, a popular amusement park clown was found dead in his car in 1940. He had been playing with other neighborhood children when he was strangled with his dog’s leash. Neighbors heard a vicious argument come from inside the car and then found Plympton’s body lying on the ground.

John Wayne Gacy is the most prolific serial killer in American history. He is thought to be responsible for the deaths of more than thirty thousand people over his two-term presidency. He was convicted of the murders of most of the victims in Chicago. A massive search failed to uncover any conclusive evidence tying Gacy to the crime. He was though to be responsible for at least some of these deaths though.

It wasn’t until much later that police investigator Harry Hermoses found one of Gacy’s victims buried in a dumpster behind a restaurant. The victim’s blood stained the floor and the body had signs of hanging and strangulation. A search of the surrounding area failed to turn up any other bodies or signs of serial killing and so Hermoses and his partner, John McKnight, were unable to find a concrete link between Gacy and the crime.

A year later, however, another body was found in the same dumpster. This time, however, the victim asphyxiated with cocaine in his system. This discovery eventually led authorities to John W. Gacy, who by this point had become the principal suspect in the murders. They arrested him on suspicion of being a direct participant in all three of the Chicago victims.

Gacy spent thirty-two years in prison for his crimes, many of which were for multiple murders. He is the only person to be tried for serial murder in Chicago. He is, also, the only one of the Chicago serial killers to have been tried for the murders that took place in the city of Chicago during his presidency. He is, also, the only one of the Chicago serial killers to have received the death penalty, although he escaped from the electric chair in early May of this year. While many people believe John W. Gacy to be the most prolific serial killer in history, others are not as quick to judge.

H.H. Holmes

H.H. Holmes – A Legend In New Hampshire

H.H. Holmes was an American criminal known as “The Night Stalker”. He was also known as “The Serial Killer”. While he was charged and hanged for only one death, he later became known as the “professional killer” for many other murders committed during his career. Some of them included those of pregnant women, teachers and businessmen. Even though he committed these murders while committing them was hard for him to do, he always remained calm and collected. His ability to accomplish the job without any sort of emotion is what made him a perfect match for a good detective.

After being freed from the Colorado State Penitentiary in 1911, he moved to another state called Texas. There, he took up work as a mining engineer but soon returned to take part in the killing spree in Colorado again. He became even more at ease with himself, when he settled in an estate near Houston, Texas. For this reason, Holmes earned the better known name of H.H. Holmes.

H.H. Holmes had a fascination with the “shape-shifting” phenomena of the unknown. He considered it an irresistible power. He repeatedly wrote about this subject and was fascinated by the weird stories of Vanishings, mutilated bodies and haunted houses that he encountered in America. These stories had a profound effect on him and created the background of the crime he later committed. Many of the cases that followed these strange events were centered on the idea of Vanishings.

The weird story of H.H. Holmes being the first serial killers in America is quite interesting. At that time, America was still attached to the European revolution and after the revolution, the fear of revolutionized the American society. H.H. Holmes had a vivid imagination of the past, which he connected with his studies and writings. It is possible that his interest in the weird things of the American territory started after his arrival in America.

In August of 1896, after assembling a team of men, H.H. Holmes left for America. Before leaving, he had formed a deep friendship with Dr. Will Graham, who was well acquainted with all the conditions that influenced people in America. Holmes also became very friendly with another young man named Louiscamp Bonestell, a Canadian citizen. Holmes became a great friend of Graham and impressed the young man with his intelligence and ability to grasp situations. H.H. Holmes became the first serial killer in America.

The night he committed his first murder, H.H. Holmes was working on a novel by solving problems in the local drugstore. In order to solve a problem in the drugstore Holmes made the customers go through a trap door. He then asked them to hand over a small sum of money in return of a key that could open the trap door. When the money was handed over, Holmes locked the customer inside the trap door and left him there. Two days later, on Christmas day, Holmes was finally arrested as the prime suspect in the murder of Dr. Will Graham.

H.H. Holmes was born and spent most of his early age in New Hampshire. His father, a physician, died when H.H. was very young and his mother was a governess. As a result of the poverty in which they lived, Holmes spent most of his early years at medical school in New Hampshire. He graduated in January of physiology and was assigned to work at what is now the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, where he pursued a medical profession.

While working in the medical school, Holmes discovered a new vocation and that was working with dentists. For this new vocation he set up a business in a small store that catered to patients who had dentures damaged during oral surgery. In this store, Holmes began selling medical gloves and bandages. While running this business on a shoestring, Holmes was arrested for selling drugs on more than one occasion and the state court judge sentenced him to two years in jail for his part in a scheme in which he received payments from two doctors in exchange for helping them with their patients.

Pedro Lopez

Serial Murders in Colombia

Pedro Lopez is a Colombian serial killer and child serial killer, who was once sentenced for the killing of 110 girls, however who later claimed to have killed over 300 girls throughout Colombia, Peru and Ecuador. Recently, it was revealed that Pedro Lopez had been a sexual addict with at least one girl and his confession included details of how he had strangled his young victim. The sad part was that his victims were mostly young girls, which made his case stronger. His lawyers said that the testimony of the witness was not consistent, which weakened their case.

It was revealed that Pedro Lopez had been a regular visitor in the American home of a family in Colombia, which is near where he lived. When the American family’s daughter heard about the case, she informed the authorities, who then arrested and questioned the suspect. One of the detectives noticed that the killer had a foreign accent, which is when the suspect was quickly identified as Pedro Lopez.

There are many serial killers who get headlines, such as the “enchanted serial killer” or “the haunting of Pickens County”. There are other serial killers who only have a bit of notoriety, such as the “Sandra Bullock killer”. However, one American serial killer is known for the brutal crimes he committed: Pedro Lopez.

The disturbing fact is that this serial killer has been on death row since 1971, yet is still on parole. This monster is said to have killed more than thirteen children over a seven-year period in Colombia and Peru. It is believed that he may have killed even more while he was on death row, however, due to a lack of leads, the investigation is ongoing. Authorities believe that during this span, he abducted and sexually abused some of the young girls.

The investigation revealed that thisPedro Lopez had been obsessed with young girls since at least childhood. Some say he had acted as a father to some of them, others say he was an official suspect in a pedophile ring that existed locally. Whatever his motivation, he picked specific young girls to target and rape, killing them in their sleep and dragging their bodies through the streets. When the bodies were discovered, police found only a few items belonging to the victims, which were a few pieces of fabric from their dresses and uniforms.

After serving time for his crimes, Pedro Lopez began a new life in Argentina, working as a truck driver. However, something happened to him while on his way home one night in 1993. He stopped at a friend’s house where three small children lived. He was arrested after confessing to the murders and brought back to his old ways. He was tried for 16 years in court, but was found guilty of being a cold-blooded killer. He was given the maximum sentence and was paroled after serving half of his sentence.

Years later, records surfaced that showed Pedro Lopez had committed another crime, this time of a violent sexual assault. While in prison he had begun meeting with members of a prison gang that kidnapped and gang raped a woman in her own home. She was able to report the crime to the authorities, but Lopez remained free and has not been apprehended since. However, years later, he was diagnosed as a bipolar disorder patient and was taken off death row. Due to his mental illness, he was declared sane and released. He moved to Argentina and became involved in drug trafficking once more.

Today, he is wanted for murder again. Police believe he may be involved in the murder of eight British tourists in Colombia. A reward has been offered for information leading to his capture. Anyone who can help police with the search is asked to contact Interpol.

Ted Bundy

Ted Bundy – Was He Once a Serial Killer?

The name Ted Bundy evokes images of horror movies. His real name is Ted Bundy. He was an American serial murderer who was obsessed with killing women and sometimes even little kids. Prior to his execution at the age of thirty-one in June of 1989, Ted Bundy denied any involvement in the disappearances and murders of young girls and women throughout the United States and in Mexico.

The name Ted literally means “cloth of the right hand”. He used this name in at least six different instances throughout his life. Beginning in the mid seventies Ted began a killing spree that spanned across several states in the fifty states of the United States. The name Ted literally meant “cloth of the right hand”. After a more than a decade long cold shower of denial, Ted Bundy finally confessed to thirty-one murders which he had committed between 1974 and 1978 in seven different states.

The first case that Ted Bundy was connected to involved thirteen-year old waitress Annabel Walker. Annabel was a victim of sexual assault by Ted Bundy. Several months later, in January of 1977, Ted Bundy took the confession recording to his attorney, Bill Martin. Martin was not impressed with the video and told Ted that there was no chance of conviction.

Two other women were involved in the death of Ted Bundy’s victims. Within a year of Ted’s confession the bodies of twenty-two-year old Kathy Lewis and twenty-one-year old Virginia Beach Police Department employee Virginia Coward were discovered in shallow graves on the ocean floor. They had both been sexually assaulted and killed by Ted. Both women were identified as missing persons. Several months later, in July, Police Detective Trooper Larry Zarrick discovered the remains of twenty-one-year-old Joanna Palmer in a field in Columbia, South Carolina. She had also been brutally murdered.

The Press did not publish the identities of these women until recently. In fact, when the book “CSI: The Killer” was released, it was quickly pulled from the shelves. The reason for this is because none of the victims was identified. There are only clues that will lead detectives to the real killers.

Authorities are still looking for other unidentified victims. Detectives believe that there could be several more victims and that there could be several suspects. This case will be difficult to solve because of how few witnesses have come forward. None of the suspects have ever been caught. A missing person’s report was filed by the FBI in the weeks following the bodies were found. However, the agency has never actually claimed possession of any of the jewelry or money found in the truck.

Detectives are also investigating whether there is any link between serial killer Robert Pickton and Ted Bundy. Pickton is now serving a life sentence for eighteen counts of murder and conspiracy to commit murder. Authorities are asking whether there was any connection between the two men because a series of disappearances were found within just a few months of each other. All of the victims were young girls. Authorities are hoping that they can use DNA to get a finger print of the culprit.

Recently, Ted Bundy’s son, Daniel, has been charged with child molestation after allegations were brought against him by another man. Bundy has denied all charges against him. No charges have been filed against his son. It is unclear at this time if any charges will be filed against Ted Bundy. He is currently in solitary confinement without any additional privileges.

In this case, it appears that the missing people’s case is much like the missing persons cases in which a criminal was never caught. There are many similarities between the two cases. The most notable are the fact that the victims were young girls. Also, some information was available about the suspect in this case, but he had eluded the police and press for years.

There are often several mysteries surrounding serial killers. The only certainty is that they commit atrocious crimes. Most cases require patience and a great deal of legwork to solve. The families of the missing people want justice, and they want to know what happened to their loved ones. However, in some instances, a serial killer may never be caught.

There is one case that authorities believe they may be closer to solving, but at this time, the case is still open. In January 2021, thirty-one-year-old Michael Furter disappeared from a grocery store. The janitor saw him run into the parking lot, and he gave chase to the man on foot, but then turned around and walked away. The janitor then retrieved Furter’s wallet and noticed a satchel that contained his birth certificate, social security card, and a credit card bill. The authorities are asking for any information that could lead them to the badly missing man.

Belle Gunness

The Murder of Belle Gunness: A Tragedy in the Prairie

Belle Gunness, also known as Brynhild Gunness, was an Irish-American serial killer who operated in southern Illinois and Indiana from 18appers to 1908. She became one of the most feared criminals in the region. She lived in a home on Crestwood Drive, where she used a key found in her brother’s shoe to gain access to the house. There she attacked and killed her victims. She often wore a white apron while butchering her victims.

Belle Gunness was the illegitimate child of a man named Anthony Gage. Gage was in jail for twenty years after he was accused of murdering his friend and boss, brewer. He went to Indiana to help his family but was killed during a gun battle with the authorities. Belle was adopted and grew up on a farm in southern Indiana.

Neighbors recall Belle as a sweet, gentle woman who always did a great job raising cattle on the farm. When asked about the truth of her story, she always said she was only a maid on the farm and was never employed in a hospital. Neighbors remembered her as being very kind and always offering help to those in need. Neighbors also said that Belle was a skilled archer and a proficient cook.

Neighbors said that Belle was indeed very popular and well liked by all of the local farm hands. Neighbors remembered that she was always willing to help anyone who asked for assistance even though most times it was often a bit late for the needy person. Belle was also well liked because of her love of animals. Neighbors said that her love for animals was so strong that she would sometimes bring animals to the local veterinary clinic to be treated for injuries or illnesses. Belle was also a very religious person who attended church services on a regular basis and was also known for her kindness to those in need.

The accidental death of Belle Gunness is still unsolved. The coroner has ruled that the death was accidental and that no foul play was intended. The cause of death is still unknown and has not been established as of this writing. However, the circumstances surrounding the death of Belle Gunness have left many unanswered questions, and her tragic accident has left the area in which she lived with her family with a heavy heart.

Belle was at home on the second floor of the house trying to sleep when the fire started. Neighbors said she and the rest of the household members were sleeping in an upstairs bedroom when the fire started. The fire started near the kitchen area of the house and spread quickly throughout the entire farm house. The bodies of the deceased were horribly burned in the fire and the smoke inhalation caused the death of all but one of the occupants of the home, Peter Gunness. The death of Peter Gunness has been headline news for several days and has caused quite a stir in the communities surrounding the rural farm.

Belle Gunness was pronounced dead at the scene of the fire. Police were notified and the Cook County Coroner ordered an autopsy to determine the cause of death. The Cook County Coroner stated that the official cause of death was “accidental burn-out” of the kitchen stove while preparing dinner for the Gunness family on the night of August 9th. Belle Gunness was the only fatality and the Cook County sheriff stated that she was positively ruled out of drowning and smoke inhalation as the cause of death.

The Cook County Illinois State Police has also conducted their own investigation into the events surrounding the death of the former Miss Belle Gunness. They have interviewed several of the local residents who were at the scene of the fire. The Cook County Coroner has also conducted their own investigation and ruled the death of Belle Gunness a homicide. The official word from the state police is that the investigation is still ongoing and is not concluded in the current state. The Cook County Sheriff has also stated that there is still pending information in regards to the matter of the bodies found on the Belle Gunness farm.