Vito Franchini

Born in 1977 with Mantuan origins and Persian ancestry, Vito Franchini spent his childhood abroad. His academic background and adventurous career are reflected in his writings, drawing from his life experiences and passions: music, anthropology, numerology, and Africa.

The Villisca Axe Murder

The Villisca Axe Murder is one of the most well-known and mysterious crimes in United States history. It occurred in the small town of Villisca, Iowa, on the night of June 9-10, 1912. The massacre involved the brutal murder of eight people, six members of the Moore family and two visiting children.

Alex Proyas

Alex Proyas (Alexander Proyas, Australian film director, screenwriter, and producer) who directed The Crow – The Crow in 1994, a Cult classic based on James O’Barr’s comic, has always been opposed to the making of a new Crow movie.