Given a choice of newspapers, I always buy the Warta Kota tabloid, because I'm fascinated by its creepy diagrams of crimes.
The paper showcases one crime in color on its front page, and another in black and white on page 2. If there aren't enough good ones, they'll settle for traffic accidents (there's never a shortage of traffic accidents).
This one is about a woman who went missing and was later found dead, tied up and with her clothes removed. Pardon the graphic nature of the images, but it's the raw ones that are the saddest and strangest. This one is actually relatively tame; cartoon stabbings and beatings are commonplace.
There's something haunting about the faceless people.