Nearly 50 years after he ordered the killing of Sharon Tate and eight others, America’s most notorious murderer is dead.
M.L. Nestel is a former Daily Beast senior writer. A native of Los Angeles, M.L. is one of a select few who have reported for all three New York City tabloids including: the New York Post, the New York Daily News and Newsday — and later zipped around the country parachuting into capers as a National Correspondent for the Fleet Street import The Daily Mail.
Across three decades, multiple women have claimed Charles Hoeffer assaulted them, physically and sexually—including two who say his department should’ve stopped him.
Aaron Saucedo sold the gun police say he used to kill his mom’s boyfriend for $90. After that he allegedly went on a rampage, killing eight more people.
Hours before he shot 7 people, Pete Selis took his daughters to breakfast and warned his former love what was going to happen next.
‘America’s Dairyland’ requires a stamp of approval to sell butter, freezing out artisanal creameries. It’s led gourmands to cross state lines and producers to churn out lawsuits.
Monique Figueroa was going to do one last job before entering rehab and getting away from her boyfriend, who was locked up for murder.
Tomorio Walton died trying to rip off a couple, and his ex-fiancée says the alleged mastermind of the stickup threatened Walton’s girlfriend. Now she’s missing.
Jeremy Leininger allegedly slayed a ranch hand for insulting his uncle. Now he’s back at home awaiting trial after his parents put down serious cash and assets.
A teacher quit after he was investigated for sending messages to a teen—and he was filling in for a teacher suspended for not reporting a sex assault.