Richard Bingham, the 7th Earl of Lucan, was a British noble who mysteriously vanished after the murder of his children's nanny, Sandra Rivett, in November of 1974. He was later charged with the crime, largely because his own wife, The Countess of Lucan, named him as the attacker/killer. While he was officially declared dead in 1999, police continued to investigate reported sightings of Lord Lucan for many years. Some believe Lucan fled to India; others think he committed suicide
Bill & Glad are ignoring the trends. More than ever the vows they made 50 years ago are being tested. In sickness and in health, in good times and in bad, the promise they are keeping is a true example of what love is.
Hungarian mechanical engineer Szilveszter Matuska tried repeatedly to derail Austrian trains in the early 1930s by blowing up portions of the track with explosives. Success? August 1931; Berlin-Basel Express many injured no deaths. September 1931; Vienna Express 22 people dead. He was sentenced to life in Hungary, but escaped in 1944. Rumors state that he ended up working as an explosives expert during World War II, and even that he fought with the communists during the Korean War.
“The Stomping Mare”: Hermine Braunsteiner, Nazi Serial Killer - 1945 Hermine Braunsteiner Ryan (July 1919 – April was a female camp guard and the first Nazi war criminal to be extradited from the United States.
**Please spread the word to catch this man! This was my sister. 4years later he is still wanted and linked to many more missing girl cases, he is out there!!! Please re-pin! ** http://www.amw.com/fugitives/case.cfm?id=71863 America's Most Wanted airs tonight on Lifetime with this story: Paul Evans Winklebleck, 42 years old, reddish-brown goatee, with the words “Combative for God” tattooed on the back of his neck. Whereabouts unknown, could be anywhere in the US.