15 Weird Wikipedia Pages For Grown-Ups 


Wikipedia is one of the best sources of information on the internet. However, not all entries are for the faint of heart. While many pages cover mundane topics, some delve into the macabre, eerie, and downright disturbing. Here are 15 creepy Wikipedia pages that are strictly for adults only.

Unit 731


Unit 731 in the Imperial Japanese Army was a covert research and development unit for biological and chemical warfare during World War II. Unit 731 details the horrifying human experimentation conducted on prisoners, including vivisections, weapon testing, and disease injections. 

Columbine High School Massacre


The Columbine High School massacre is one of the deadliest school shootings in American history. The chilling events of April 20, 1999, when two students murdered 12 students and a teacher before taking their own lives. The website details the timeline, motives, and subsequent events of the shooting.

The Toy-Box Killer


David Parker Ray, commonly known as the Toy-Box Killer, was a serial rapist and suspected killer who abducted, tortured, and sexually assaulted women in a custom-built torture chamber, which he called his “toy box.” The graphic descriptions of his methods and the recorded transcripts of his victims’ experiences are deeply unsettling.

Armin Meiwes


Armin Meiwes, a German man known as the Rotenburg Cannibal, gained worldwide infamy after killing and eating a voluntary victim he met online. A detailed description of the disturbing events leading up to the act is presented on this page, as well as the horrific consequences that followed the act. 

Dyatlov Pass Incident


The Dyatlov Pass incident of 1959 involved nine hikers mysteriously dying in the Ural Mountains. The unexplained circumstances, bizarre injuries, and the lack of a definitive cause have spawned numerous theories, from secret military experiments to alien encounters. The chilling details and photos add to the mystery’s eerie aura.

Albert Fish


Albert was an American serial killer, child rapist, and cannibal. Known as the Gray Man, Fish’s horrific crimes, including the abduction and murder of young children, are detailed in graphic and disturbing detail. His confessions and the letters he sent to his victims’ families are particularly harrowing.

The Jonestown Massacre


On November 18, 1978, over 950 members of the Peoples Temple, led by Jim Jones, died in a mass murder-suicide in Jonestown, Guyana. The event included the forced consumption of cyanide-laced punch, the psychological manipulation by Jones, and the aftermath of one of the largest mass deaths in history.

The Cleveland Torso Murderer


The Cleveland Torso Murderer, also known as the Mad Butcher of Kingsbury Run, was a serial killer who dismembered at least 12 victims in Cleveland, Ohio, during the 1930s. In addition to the brutal nature of the murders, the fact that the killer was never caught contributes to the unsettling nature of this story.

The Silent Twins


June and Jennifer Gibbons, known as the Silent Twins, were identical twins who only communicated with each other. Their story takes a dark turn as they engage in criminal activities and develop a mutual love-hate relationship, and one twin eventually dies under mysterious circumstances.  

Black Dahlia


Black Dahlia details the murder of Elizabeth Short, a 22-year-old woman whose body was found mutilated in Los Angeles in 1947. The case became infamous due to the extensive media coverage it received. This murder remains one of Los Angeles’ oldest unsolved cases and has inspired numerous theories, books, films, and TV shows.

Slender Man Stabbing


Slender Man Stabbing is a 2014 criminal case in Waukesha, Wisconsin, where two 12-year-old girls, Anissa Weier, and Morgan Geyser, lured their friend, Payton Leutner, into a forest and stabbed her 19 times. They claimed they did it to appease the fictional internet character Slender Man. Leutner survived the attack. The two kids were charged with attempted first-degree intentional homicide and were found not guilty by reason of insanity. 

Issei Sagawa


Issei Sagawa, a Japanese man, murdered and cannibalized a Dutch woman in Paris in 1981. Despite his gruesome crime, he was released from custody and became a minor celebrity in Japan. 

The Chicago Tylenol Murders

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Chicago Tylenol murders cover a series of poisoning deaths that occurred in 1982 when several individuals in the Chicago area died after ingesting Tylenol capsules laced with potassium cyanide. The perpetrator was never apprehended, and the case remains unsolved.

The Hinterkaifeck Murders

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The Hinterkaifeck murders occurred in 1922 on a small farm in Germany, where six members of the Gruber family were brutally killed with a mattock. This case is one of Germany’s most chilling crimes due to the mysterious circumstances, including strange footprints and noises heard before the murders and the lack of a clear motive or suspect. 

The Zodiac Killer


Zodiac Killer refers to an unidentified serial killer who operated in Northern California during the 1970s. It is claimed that the Killer killed 37 people through cryptic letters he sent to newspapers. 


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