Member of the San Antonio four shares how satanic panic played into her false conviction
They are known as the San Antonio Four, a group of friends wrongfully convicted in the 1990s. All four were accused of satanic rituals on two little girls and charged with aggravated sexual assault and indecency with a child.
Friendship turns deadly for 2 young women: South Texas Crime Stories
Two brutal murders six years a part that turned into cold cases. What nobody knew at the time was that the Heather Willms 2005 murder case and the Esmeralda Herrer murder case in 2011 had one thing in common, both victims were friends with a man named Jose Baldomero Flores.
Netflix’s ‘Tiger King’ is essential quarantine viewing
We all know that Netflix has hundreds of movies and TV shows for us to watch, but there’s a new true crime documentary series that just landed called “Tiger King,” and it’s the perfect show to watch while you’re quarantined inside your home. The story mostly follows the self-proclaimed “Tiger King,” also known as Joe Exotic. Exotic (as well as the other exotic animal owners featured in the series) has a nemesis, and her name is Carole Baskin, who owns the Big Cat Rescue in Tampa, Florida. He hates Baskin more than anything in the world, and won’t stop at anything until he sees her destroyed. Let us know what you think of “Tiger King” in the comments once you’ve finished.