The Loomis Fargo Bank Robbery was the $17.3 million cash robbery of the Charlotte, North Carolina, regional office vault of Loomis Fargo & Company on the evening of October 4, 1997, by armored car driver and vault supervisor David Scott Ghantt.
Europe is currently in thrall to a ‘killer clown’ craze which is seeing hundreds of people dressing as sinister circus performers before scaring unsuspecting members of the public.
Sightings have ranged
"The Mysterious Death of Michael Jackson
When pop legend Michael Jackson unexpectedly died in 2009, it was immediately clear that something strange had happened. As it was investigated, evidence came to