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Sammantha Allen Suffocated Her 10 YO Cousin to Death in a Storage Box

I have put off writing about this case. Every time I begin to research it, I get very emotional. It has a weird effect on me. It is comparatively less gory than most things Ive told you about on this blog. Even so, it wrenches my heart. It reminds me of the murder of Sylvia Likens, which also made me sad for weeks. The death of poor Ame Deal isn't quite as gruesome as Sylvia's but it is no less cruel. It is certainly lo less tragic, meaningless, or sad. Both girls died at the hands of their caregivers after years of torture for no reason other than the lived. Sammantha Allen, 29, was punishing her 10-year-old cousin Ame in 2011 for getting a popsicle without permission by putting her inside a small storage box. She suffocated to death in there. Sammantha left her there overnight during a heat wave. Temperatures reached triple digits in Phoenix, Arizona that night. Climbing into that storage box was just the end to a horrific day for Ame. After taking the icy treat, Samman

Matthew Perkins Triple Murder

The man who committed these murders recruited my daughter into the Army. We had quite a bit of contact with him at the time. Can you imagine my surprise when I found what he'd done? The whole town was surprised. Learning about what he had been living with was a learning experience for me and still is. I had no idea the Army creates these killing machines. Breaks their brains and turns them into monsters, but does no repairs. Just send them back into the society. Its frightening.

Sinister Sisters - The Family That Slays Together Often Stays Together

Writing the article earlier this week about women who killed their own mothers made me wonder if there were any sisters who murdered together. A couple, like Tasmiyah and Jasmiyah Whitehead and Sandra and Elizabeth Andersen, we discussed already but I found a few more you may not have heard about. Delfina and María de Jesús González These girls were some real gangsters. Guinness Book said they were the most prolific murder team of all time. Delfina and María de Jesús González, known as Las Poquianchis in the 1950s and ’60s, were sisters who ran a huge prostitution ring near the city of San Francisco del Rincón in Guanajuato, Mexico at Rancho El Angel. The sisters would regularly place job advertisements in the newspaper for new recruits but kidnap those who responded. The victims were tortured, sold into sexual slavery, and all too often murdered. The girls were force-fed drugs after being kidnapped by the sisters and became addicted. They were sold to pimps and madams at