From famous cases such as that of the Beaumont Children in the 1960s to the more recent case of Madeleine McCann, kidnappings are widely reported on and as a result is a parent’s worst fear.
When it comes to gruesome murder stories, most people think of Ted Bundy or Jack the Ripper. This man is a whole different story.
Murders and abductions are always unsettling to hear about, even if they’re on the other side of the world. We’re immediately reassured, however, to know that the perpetrator has been caught or that the police have a suspect.
Adoption is a beautiful way for a parent-child relationship to come about. Children who, for whatever reason, are unable to be looked after by their biological parents can find a home with loving adoptive parents who want nothing more than to care for them and cherish them.
When it comes to discussing domestic violence, and in particular intimate partner violence, one of the most frequently raised questions by outsiders is, “why don’t the victims leave their abusers?”
Australia might be known for its beautiful landscapes and friendly people, but scratch beneath the surface and you’ll find that this country has raised some truly terrible people.
The world of art can be a bewildering place to an outsider, who might find it difficult to comprehend that seemingly random splatters of paint on a canvas can be worth millions of dollars.
The mind of a criminal is a fascinating thing. From intricate bank robberies to carefully calculated kidnappings, sometimes you can’t help but wonder how these quick-thinking crooks manage to conceive such devious plans.
Robbing someone of their life is arguably the worst crime anyone can commit. When the victims are children, young, happy and bright-eyed, it’s downright devilish.