Death Row Information: A Real-Time Database Of Texas Inmates’ Last Words

Death Row Information compiles things you never wanted to know from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Peruse the site to check out the next upcoming execution on the calendar, or learn more about the people currently on the row.

On one page, a chart of executed offenders gives you the name, county, race, age, and date of passing. In fact, you can click on a link to read the last statement left by the man or woman before their end.

A Columbine Site: Cataloging The April 20, 1999 Tragedy

A Columbine Site is exactly what it sounds like: it offers documents and videos you never wanted to learn about the tragic events that occurred at Columbine High School. For those looking to relive this horrible 1999 experience, or perhaps gain further insight into the culprits, this is a one-stop shop.

People can watch creepy videos of Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold before they became infamous, and trace their routes through the school on that fateful day. The site warns viewers about its disturbing content and rightfully advises them to proceed with caution.

Skyway Bridge: Tracking The Suicides From One Of The Most Popular Bridges In The US

Skyway Bridge is named after the fourth most popular bridge to end one’s life from, and this website tracks those incidents. People can click around and find recent people who have jumped off the Sunshine Skyway Bridge, which is on the West Coast of Florida. The “jumper pages” creepily take you back through the decades in order to see just how long and popular this deadly tradition is.

On one part of the site, you can even fill out an online form in order to report a “jumper” who has leaped (including a link to their Facebook page).