Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Serial killers spiked their victim’s drinks

    ASP Dr Dinesh Koshal informed Free Press that Bhopal police were shocked to learn the modus operandi of three serial killers of 30 people including driver and conductors. He said that they had adopted the friendship theory that is they first developed friendship with the driver by introducing themselves as drivers and stating that they are out of work.

  • Karachi’s serial ‘knifeman’ unleashes fear

    Islamabad: A Karachi man has attacked and injured more than 10 women in two weeks with a knife in Karachi — and remains on the run.Police officers and hospitals say almost all women suffered injuries on their right side and were attacked from behind. “He is attacking women, young and old alike. He hasn’t shown any preference for women dressed in particular attire,” the Dawn quoted an unnamed officer as saying.

  • Bhopal: Love in cyber space strict no-no for city girls

    BHOPAL: The serial murder case has again kicked up discussion on social media and its pros and cons. Akanksha Sharma, slain by serial killer Udayan Das, met him through Facebook and was continuously in contact with him through video calling.

  • Bhopal: Cops mystified as phones of people Das talked to remain switched off

    BHOPAL: After recovering bodies from Saket Nagar (Bhopal) and Sunder Nagar (Raipur) based houses of serial killer Udayan Das, his other houses are also under suspicion. Serial killer Udayan Das have one house in Arera Colony, Bhopal, and one in Delhi also. So it is a challenging task to interrogate serial killer Das and know about the status of these residences as well. Besides, all the switched off phones the numbers of

  • Dr Death serial killing: Satara Police make headway

    Mumbai: The Satara police got its first breakthrough in collection of forensic evidence in the recent Wai murder cases, when head injury was given as the cause of death in one of the cases.

  • UK serial killer no longer mentally ill, may move back to jail

    London: One of the world’s most notorious serial killer, known as the Yorkshire Ripper, is no longer mentally ill and could be returned to jail in the UK. Peter Sutcliffe, who murdered 13 women in the UK in the 1970s, has been housed at high-security Broadmoor Hospital mental health facility in Berkshire. The 69-year-old was sentenced to 20 life terms in 1981 and move to the hospital from Parkhurst jail on the Isle of