Infamy Category

Desi Arnaz

He was a Cuban-born American actor, musician, bandleader, comedian and film and television producer. He is best known for his role as the witty Ricky Ricardo on the American television series sitcom I Love Lucy, where he co-starre...Read More

Lucille Ball

She was an American actress, model, entertainment studio executive and producer. She was the star of the self-produced sitcoms I Love Lucy, The Lucy Show, Here’s Lucy, and Life with Lucy, as well as comedy television specia...Read More

Mark Kostabi

Mark Kostabi was arguably the most controversial painter of the 1980s. The controversy surrounding Kostabi differed from that other controversial 80s artist Robert Mapplethorpein the fact that it was the content that drew ire, but...Read More

Mary Bell

Mary Bell was convicted of killing 2 toddlers in her native home in England when she was just 11 years old in 1968. Found guilty of “manslaughter for diminished responsibility” and sentenced to “detention for lif...Read More

Sexy Sadie

One of Charlie Manson’s “girls” convicted for the infamous Tate-LaBianca murders of the summer of 1969. “Sexy Sadie” bragged of actually killing Sharon Tate to her cellmates and initially testified be...Read More

Caril Ann Fugate

She was the 14-year-old girlfriend of spree-killer Charles Starkweather.They were captured in january 1958 after an 8-day rampage through Nebraska and Wyoming that left 11 people dead. Despite Caril Ann’s claim that she was ...Read More

Ed Gein

A polite man, quiet, kept to himself alot…turned out to have a dead woman on a meathook in his shed and many others in various forms of dismemberment. He was the original American Psycho, who’s real life antics in back...Read More

O.J Simpson

“The Juice”, football star, Heisman Trophy winner, went on to be an actor ie. Naked Gun series, and then in the most sensational episode of his life, offed his wife Nicole Brown and got away with it....Read More

Ronnie Biggs

The Great Train Robber, or more accurately, one of the 16 guys who carried out The Great Train Robbery of 1963 in England. He distinguished himself from the rest by escaping from prison in 1965 and commenced a life on the run that...Read More

John McVicar

Once Great Britain’s “Most Wanted Man”, he escaped from prison twice in the 1960s while serving time for robbery and assault, managing to remain at large for 2 years on the second breakout....Read More