Statistics of Convicted Serial Killers

An article published through Le Moyne College in Syracuse presented the following compiled statistics in regards to convicted serial killers:

- 42% suffered physical abuse as children
- 74% suffered from psychological abuse
- 35% witnessed sexual abuse as children
- 43% suffered through sexual abuse

Source: Modern-Day Serial Killer by Don Rauf

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Beyoncé ranks #1 on Rolling Stone’s 50 Best Albums of 2016

“The queen not only made the album of the year (and make no mistake, David Bowie would have been the first to say so), she delivered a confessional, genre-devouring suite that feels larger than life yet still heartbreakingly intimate, because it doubles as her portrait of a nation in flames.”

“Ashes to ashes. Dust to sidechicks. And woe to any fool who tries to interrupt her grinding.” Rolling Stone

1) Lemonade - Beyoncé 2) Blackstar - David Bowie 3) Coloring Book - Chance The Rapper 4) Teens of Denial - Car Seat Headrest 5) Blonde - Frank Ocean 6) A Moon Shaped Pool - Radiohead 7) Blue & Lonesome - Rolling Stones 8) The Life Of Pablo - Kanye West 9) You Want It Darker - Leonard Cohen 10) Jeffrey - Young Thug

Beyoncé with Formation World Tour ranks #1 of the TOP 25 TOURS of 2016 list. The second female on this list is Adele’s 25 World Tour, grossing about $160 million with 102 tour dates. Madonna is the third female, grossing $123 million with 58 shows.

In addition to Beyoncé having the top grossing tour of 2016, she ranks #3 in the most attendees. Coldplay ranks #1 with 2.4 million, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band is second with 2.278 million. Trailing them slightly is Beyoncé with 2.242 million. If Beyoncé extended her tour, she would have easily broke more records.

Congrats Beyoncé and other musicians with your smashing tours of 2016. Hopefully you see your fave on the list :)

Beyoncé could make history on Grammy night!

  • She already became the most nominated female in history with a whopping 62 nominations.
  • She has potential to beat Alison Krauss in becoming the most Grammy awarded female in history. Alison has 27, while Beyoncé currently has 20. If Beyoncé win more than 7, then Beyoncé will surpass Alison Krauss and make history.
  • If Beyoncé wins 8 of her Grammys, then she will be tied with Michael Jackson (1984) and Santana (2000) for winning the most Grammy wins in one night.
  • If Beyoncé wins all 9 of her Grammys, then she will surpass Michael Jackson and Santana for winning the most Grammy wins in one night.
  • Beyoncé could break her own record in winning the most Grammys in a night by a female artist. Currently Beyoncé and Adele are tied for winning 6 Grammys in one night.
  • If Beyoncé wins 6 Grammys, then she will be the first female artist to win at least 6 Grammys in one night, twice.
  • If Beyoncé wins more than 6 Grammys, then she will be the most awarded Grammy female artist in one night.
  • She will become closer to becoming the most Grammy awarded artist of all time. <3