Category Archive: Mugshots

The Story of Bonnie & Clyde by Allie Michelle

You’ve read the story of Jesse James, of how he lived and died. If you’re still in the need of something to read, Here’s the story of Bonnie and Clyde. – From the… Continue reading

Terror Behind the Walls by Allie Michelle

Right in the heart of a bustling city sits an abandoned prison, a haunting world of crumbling cellblocks and vacant guard towers. The shadowy edifice stands in ruin overlooking the cobblestone streets of… Continue reading

Lady Sings the Blues by Allie Michelle

Billie Holiday’s reedy, melancholy voice captures the essence of the Blues unlike any other vocalist. She did more than hit the notes. She possessed a rare gift to express the emotion behind the… Continue reading

Tokyo Rose by Linda

Tokyo Rose Tokyo Rose was merely an American nickname given to Iva Toguri D’Aquino by the Allied soldiers during World War II. In fact, any reporter broadcasting propaganda in Japan that was a… Continue reading

James Dean Wannabe by Linda

Remember Bonnie and Clyde? Sure, you do. We’re saving them for a special occasion but for today’s mug shot – try to envision a juvenile, less refined, and moronic version of that. Indefinitely,… Continue reading

Mugshot Mondays: The Soap Maker of Correggio by Linda

Leonarda Cianciulli was a bitter soul from the moment of her tragic birth. Born April 14, 1894 in Montella, Italy, as a product of rape, Leonarda grew up without the proper love from… Continue reading

Mugshot Mondays: Kray Twins by Linda

Young, fresh faces with a life ahead of them. You might think, “Oh look, here are two dorky twins that probably spent most of their days in some fancy prep school fulfilling their… Continue reading