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  • 62 Orch Road trending_up

    Orinda, CA, US

    This is the address where Kirsten Costas lived and was fatally stabbed by a fellow high school student, Bernadette Protti. She received a maximum sentence of 9 years and was released after 7 years. She is now in her 50s. She has changed her name and has evidently stayed out of trouble since the murder she committed in 1984.

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  • 7512 3rd Ave S. trending_up

    Birmingham, AL, US

    Man suffocated by coal in basement: The house was empty in the winter of 1940. The story goes that a homeless man was sleeping in the basement during a cold snap. At some point before Christmas, 1940, the house was sold. The new owners ordered a load of coal to be delivered. The police surmised that when the coal truck dumped the coal into the basement, the homeless man was sleeping below the coal shoot & was smothered. Natural causes: Female owner of home found dead in pantry of heart atta…

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  • 765 O'Farrell St trending_up

    San Francisco, CA, US

    Two decades after the devil-worshiping "Night Stalker" serial killer, Richard Ramirez, was sentenced to die for 13 Southern California murders, DNA evidence has tied him to the 1984 rape and slaying of a 9-year-old girl in the Tenderloin. The girl was with her 8-year-old brother when she lost a dollar bill and went looking for it, police said. The boy wandered away, then came back to the basement and found his sister dead. Police said she had been beaten, raped and stabbed. Her body was found h…

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    907 S. Chatham Ave

    Elmhurst, IL, US

    1984 Home Invasion, Sexual Assault, Murder: In the early hours of April 17, 1984 Andrea Young crawled to her neighbors house for help. They found her bleeding from several stab wounds around her face and arms. She died later at the hospital but was able to tell police an unknown attacker broke into her house and attempted to rape her. Investigators found evidence of a break-in, robbery, and struggle.

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  • 1428 N. Genesee Ave

    Los Angeles, CA, US

    Nightmare on Elm Street House: For horror movie buffs, you might recognize this house from Wes Craven's "Nightmare on Elm Street" - the place where fictional character, Freddy Krueger, haunted dreams. The fictional address of the house that appears in the film is 1428 Elm Street in Springwood, Ohio- as opposed to its actual location in Los Angeles.

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    2121 Bentley Dr

    Pittsburgh, PA, US

    Deidra Galloway and Teonna Robinson were stabbed to death in a 2nd floor apartment.

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  • 2101 S. Gramercy Pl

    Los Angeles, CA, US

    Marvin Gaye shot by his own father: 2101 S. Gramercy Place, Los Angeles: the family home where singer Marvin Gaye ("I Heard It Through the Grapevine," "Let's Get It On") was shot to death by his minister father, Marvin Gaye Sr., during an argument at their home in April 1984. The father pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter, but received only five years' probation. Marvin Gaye (Musician) lived here.

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  • 16387 E. Center Dr

    Aurora, CO, US

    Serial killer slaughters Aurora family during murder spree: Triple homicide of Bennett Family -- father, mother, and 7 year old child. Still unsolved.

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    1300 Marlborough Ct

    Oakville, ON, CA

    Death of Officer: William McIntyre, 32 years. Occurrence No. 19104-94 Address: 1300 Marlborough Court, Oakville, Ontario On April 21, 1984 the body of William McIntyre, was discovered inside his Oakville apartment. A post mortem examination revealed that the deceased died as a result of a gunshot wound to the head. Mr. McIntyre was a police officer with the Ontario Provincial Police. Corporal McIntyre was the supervisor of a plain clothes investigative unit. It is unknown if Mr. McIntyre?…

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