Vampire-cult leader Rod Ferrell claimed he would live forever. But as the convicted murderer serves a life sentence in prison, it’s the story of his gruesome Lake County killings that just won’t die.
A lesbian member of a blood-drinking vampire cult and her lover have been sentenced to life in prison for the sexually-motivated murder of their housemate.
Vampires, underground lairs – the stuff of fiction. But a Nixa mother and daughter say they lived through it, in Springfield. As a warning, they share their tale.
Turns out vampires weren’t always as sexy and seductive as Dracula.
In January 2006, Jonathon “The Impaler” Sharkey, a former wrestler himself, announced that he was running for governor of Minnesota. On the Vampyres, Witches and Pagans ticket, naturally.
She was called a killer. A gothic vampire. An awkward 15-year-old who fell in with the wrong crowd. Today, at 25, Heather Wendorf-Kelly isn’t out to change minds. She’s just trying to move her life forward and give the scars of her past time to heal.
The true story of Rod Ferrell and his vampire cult is being used to teach students about the legal system – and about how easily some people are manipulated into making bad decisions.
Horror stories may be the place for vampires, ghosts and zombies. Just remember, they are not real, warns physicist Costas Efthimiou.
Indiana seeks long-shot Sharkey on warrants MILACA, Minn. — A fringe candidate for Minnesota governor who played up his satanic side — and pledged public impalement for terrorists — wound up behind bars Tuesday thanks to a sharp-eyed sheriff’s dispatcher. Jonathon Sharkey, 41, of Princeton was arrested Monday night on two felony counts from Indiana, said Mike Smith, the Mille Lacs County jail administrator. One warrant was for escape, another for stalking. Sharkey launched his gubernatorial campaign last month under the banner of the Vampyres, Witches and Pagans party. His platform includes an emphasis on education, tax breaks for farmers
(WCCO) Princeton, Minn. The partner of a gubernatorial candidate who claims to be a vampire said she was relieved of her duties as a school bus driver because she might be bad role model for students. Julie Carpenter, partner of Jonathon “The Impaler” Sharkey, said Princeton, Minn. public school officials sent a letter to her bus company asking that she not be near students. Superintendent Mark Sleeper asked the bus company to make the change “in light of recent media reports of her husband/friend to be a vampire … and Ms. Carpenter informing other bus garage employees that she is