13-Year-Old Leaves To Go On Date, Quickly Discovers That’s Not What’s Going To Happen
By Cooking Panda
Two Virginia Tech students disturbingly admitted to killing a 13-year-old girl.
David Eisenhauer and Natalie Keepers were arrested and charged in the death of Nicole Lovell, who was found dead after the two lured her from her home with the promise of a date.
Eisenhauer began talking to Lovell online in December 2015. Their conversations became more personal in January. He reportedly visited her house to meet her, gave her a side hug and then left.
Eisenhauer and Keepers reportedly met at a fast food restaurant to plan the killing, brainstorming several ways they could murder her that included drugging, knocking her out, making her death appear to be a suicide or making it seem like she died from the cold weather. They also discussed a location to drop off the body.
“As long as nobody finds the body for a week,” one text from Eisenhauer read, the Roanoke Times reported.
Keepers told police she became involved in the murder plot because she developed a bond with Eisenhauer.
“She said she was part of a special club,” Blacksburg detective Ryan Hite testified in court. “It was the best club in the world because he understood her. She made reference to David Eisenhauer as a ‘sociopath’ and she was his ‘sociopath in training.’”
Once Eisenhauer left the restaurant where the two met to discuss the plan, Keepers said she believed he was going to Lovell’s home to kill her. The next morning, he allegedly sent her a text that read, “it’s done,” WDJB reported. Keepers said she never met Lovell, and that Eisenhauer killed her by slitting her throat.
Keepers admitted to agreeing to helping Eisenhauer clean up the body because she was used to taking care of her sick family, the Daily Mail reported. They disposed of the body by taking off the teen’s clothes, wiping her body clean and placing the clothes in a Walmart bag. They then pushed her body down in an embankment.Tags: crime, Murder, Natalie Keepers, Nicole Lovell, Sociopath
Nearly 20 Years Later, Name Of JonBenet Ramsey’s Killer Emerges
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Nearly 20 years after the murder of 6-year-old beauty queen JonBenet Ramsey, the investigator hired by her parents says he knows who the murderer really is.
Ollie Gray, an investigator hired by the Ramsey family, said in an interview with InTouch that he believes Michael Helgoth, who was 26 years old at the time of the murder, killed JonBenet.
“Based on what we know, I believe Helgoth and his accomplices committed the crime,” Gray told InTouch.
John Kenady, who used to work for Helgoth, also told the magazine that Helgoth was responsible for the killing.
“There was a tape recording made by Helgoth,” Kenady said. “And in it, he said he killed JonBenet.”
Kenady told the magazine the tape still exists and has been overlooked by police throughout the investigation, according to the Daily Mail.
JonBenet was killed on Christmas day 1996, in Boulder, Colorado. The investigation has been ongoing since her death.
Kenady says he first became suspicious of Helgoth roughly a month before JonBenet’s murder, when he says Helgoth told him that “he and a partner were going to make a great deal and they each will bring in around $50,000 or $60,000,” reports CBS show “48 Hours.”
“I will never forget they were walking toward his house and he said, ‘I wonder what it would be like to crack a human skull,'” Kenady told InTouch. “I was amazed. I thought it was a very odd thing to say.”
Hours after being reported missing, JonBenet’s body was found strangled and bludgeoned. She was covered with a white blanket and had a nylon cord around her neck. Her mouth was covered in duct tape and her wrist were tied above her head. Her skull was also cracked.
JonBenet’s parents, John and Patsy Ramsey, called police to report their daughter was missing after finding a ransom note asking for $118,000 for her return. The note asked that they not contact the authorities.
John and Patsy were the primary suspects in the case until 2008, when police cleared their names. Patsy died in 2006 from ovarian cancer.
Helgoth died of an apparent suicide in 1997, though Kenady believes he was murdered by an accomplice. A gun found at the scene of his suicide was on the right side of the body, but the bullet hole reportedly went from left to right.
“He was murdered to keep his mouth shut,” Kenady claims.
Helgoth was cleared several years later after investigators say none of his DNA was found at the scene.
Both Gray and Kenady believe Helgoth is responsible for JonBenet’s murder.Tags: john kenady, JonBenet Ramsey, michael helgoth, Murder, ollie gray
Police Pay Man’s Meal Tab At IHOP, Arrest Him A Few Hours Later
By Cooking Panda
When Arizona Police officers responded to a call about a man with mental issues who couldn’t pay for his meal at a Phoenix IHOP, they decided to help him out by paying his tab. What happened next, however, was beyond what they’d expected.
Authorities arrived at the IHOP after employees called and informed them that Mykel Cantrel Cooper, 23, had just ordered and eaten a meal but was unable to pay for it. When they arrived, it was determined that Cooper had “mental health issues,” according to PIX 11. The officers subsequently paid his tab, tipped the wait staff and proceeded to transport him to a nearby facility for treatment at his request. While at the facility, Cooper reportedly told officers that he had “done something bad” to his roommate.
The cryptic revelation prompted officers to visit the young man’s apartment and investigate. They entered the apartment to find Cooper’s roommate, Steven Horkovy, 29, stabbed to death. The stabbing was believed to have happened early last week, the day before Horkovy’s body was discovered on Dec. 31.
Cooper later admitted to the homicide and was arrested for suspected first-degree murder. He was taken to the Maricopa County Jail, where his bond was set at $1 million.Arizona, Mental Illness, Murder, Police, Stabbing