“A true story of witchcraft, possession, and murder.”
Paul Gonzales scammed his online dates into buying him expensive dinners. Then they made him pay.
For stroke survivor Sherman Hershfield, rapping and rhyming kept his seizures under control.
And here you were buying super-sized cartons of french fries in the hopes of getting a Park Place, like a dope.
In the 1960s, Mary Jane Jones modeled herself after Aretha Franklin, but she had the emotion and range of an original soul singer. After a crooked James Brown impersonator forced her to perform as Franklin, she got famous from her own talent, until she gave up show bizness to raise her sons.
A 70-year old retired detective started robbing banks in his free time. Now his time’s no longer free. They call him the Snowbird Bandit. Why did he turn to crime?
Michael Thevis built a lucrative pornography empire in the 1960s and ’70s only to spend the end of his life in prison. His family opened his personal diaries to a journalist for the first time to get the whole, crooked, tragic story.