This “sweet, matronly looking woman” killed her partner John Price, skinned him, boiled his head in a pot and served up his body parts to his children with baked potatoes and gravy in February 2000. Katherine Knight – a woman who proudly kept knives above her bed so that they “would always be handy if … Continue reading “Katherine Knight”
In January 2015, Irish born John Patrick Hannan became the world’s most elusive fugitive after having spent 60 years on the run.
by Fred Sculthorp
Our man in whites Fred Sculthorp looks ahead to this week’s Test cricket series, The Ashes The enemy are at the gates. The time has come. Tomorrow, two of the great sporting civilizations will clash in mankind’s most profound expression of physical and mental endurance- the five day Test match.
by Matthew Steeples
This Irishman is one of the world’s best-known philanthropic performers. Having invested £56 million in Facebook in 2009, he’s now the richest living musician. His shareholding of 2.3% in the company is now worth some £940 million. This “face of fusion philanthropy” is rarely seen in public without his trademark sunglasses and created his stage … Continue reading “Bono (Paul David Hewson)”