The "Gun Girl" Irene Schroeder had been a bandit since her teenage days, and was involved in at least 11 murders. One day her gang got into trouble. It came to a bloody two-hour standoff with the police. She tore her clothes off and naked, she stood up proudly and yelled at her men: "If you survive this, I'll sleep with you tonight". She was electrocuted on Feb. 23, 1931, facing her death without fear at the age of 22.
Known as The “Bitch of Buchenwald” because of her sadistic cruelty towards prisoners, Ilse Koch was married to another evil Nazi, who served in the SS, Karl Otto Koch, but outshone him in the depraved, inhumane disregard for life.She used her sexual prowess by wandering around the camps naked, with a whip, and if any man so much as glanced at her she would have them shot on the spot.she had selected inmates with interesting tattoos to be killed, so that their skins could be made into…
Geli Raubal, Hitler's half-niece and some speculate, her lover. He kept her a virtual prisoner and after an argument on 18 September 1931 she killed herself. Though there are some theories that it was murder. Hitler was profoundly changed as a result of her death and stated she was the only woman he ever loved.
The Cocoanut Grove nightclub fire was the worst fire disaster in American history. It occurred November, 1942 in Boston, MA. 492 people were killed and 100s more injured. The nightclub was filled to double its legal capacity when it caught fire. It was the result of a busboy using a match to replace a burned out light bulb. The fire took off in seconds. Many exits were blocked or locked, the doors opened inwards, victims were crushed in the revolving doors. Today it's a parking lot.
A dangerous woman in the most literal sense, Senior Sergeant Roza Shanina was a sniper in the WWII Soviet Army. She racked up at least 54 kills of German soldiers before her death from wounds at age 20. She served part of the time in an all-woman sniper unit. Before the war she worked as a kindergarten teacher.
Ronald DeFeo, Jr Convicted of six counts of murder at Amityville, New York in 1974. He murdered his mother, father, 2 brothers and 2 sisters. One sister and his mother had appeared to have been awake at the time of their murders. DeFeo denies ever releasing information that his sister was the real murderer as well as 2 of his friends. The theory had been debunked and proven incorrect in court (the book The Night the Defoes Died is based on the "false" information).