Which serial killer terrorized the Whitechapel district of London during the late 19th century?
Jack the Ripper
John Wayne Gacy
During the 1920s to 1930s, which Chicago organized crime gangster was nicknamed “Scarface”?
Which infamous heist of £2.6 million and took place in the 1960’s between Scotland and London?
Great Train Robbery
The Antwerp Diamond Heist
Carlton Hotel Robbery
Who is the alleged perpetrator in the only unsolved case of airplane hijacking that occurred in 1971 in the American Northwest?
John F. Kennedy, Jr.
Which famous person’s son was kidnapped and murdered in 1932 in America?
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Jon Benet Ramsey
In 1911, which famous piece of art was stolen and caused the borders of France to be closed?
Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘Mona Lisa’
Banksy’s ‘Girl with the Red Balloon’
Vincent van Gogh’s ‘The Starry Night’
Andy Warhol’s ‘Campbell’s Soup Cans’
Notorious partners-in-crime, which couple began their crime spree across the United States in the 1930’s?
Bonnie and Clyde
Albert and Bobby
Captain and Tennille
Sonny and Cher
In which city did H.H. Holmes own a building, referred to as the “World’s Fair Hotel”, but informally called “The Murder Hotel” because he used it to lure and kill his victims?
Los Angeles, CA
Who was the person that was suspected of brutally killing their parents in 1892, was found not guilty by a jury, and the home in which the murders occurred is now a bed and breakfast?
Which notorious cult leader poisoned 909 of his followers, before killing himself in 1978, which marked the single greatest loss of American civilian life by a non-natural disaster until the events of September 11, 2001?
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