The Doylestown Patch reported that he woke an occupant in the house, but was not able to make it inside. Police said the homeowner yelled at the man who refused to leave at first, but then fled down the street.“Cimino stopped about 900 feet away, at a house at 521 Hudson St.,” according to the Doylestown Patch. “He stripped off his underwear on the way, police said. The naked man then broke into the home, which was vacant, and made his way up to the second floor.”
Reports say he then he jumped out a second story window he seriously injured his arms and legs which caused profuse bleeding.But, that didn’t stop him.He then allegedly approached two women walking down the street. The women were identified as Ann Monaghan and Nancy Dean-Corino by GlobalGrind.com. Cimino allegedly knocked Dean-Corino to the ground. Read more
- Katherine Knight
Katherine Knight had a well-documented history of clownfuck lunacy, beginning when she tried to strangle her first husband to death on their wedding night for daring to only have sex with her three times before falling asleep. When he finally left her, Knight took their infant daughter and dropped her on a stretch of nearby train tracks (the baby was rescued by a hobo), then rampaged through town threatening random strangers with an ax. Read more
- The Swedish twins
The tale of identical twin sisters Ursula and Sabina Eriksson is stunning and incredible, but also terribly true.The Swedish women gained international notoriety in 2008 after being filmed repeatedly and deliberately rushing headlong into speeding traffic.As onlookers watched in astonished horror, the twins attempted suicide multiple times on the busy motorway, their bodies crushed and devastatingly injured by oncoming traffic, only to rise repeatedly from the ground to attack rescue police with diabolical fury.
A documentary crew happened to be filming with police that shocking day, and was there to witness and capture the events. The now-famous BBC Documentary reveals the grisly and alarming first hand look at madness.But is it madness that accounts for the inexplicable actions of the two women? Or something else? Read more