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6 Victorian True Crime Books

The truth is grislier than fiction in these real-life accounts of mystery and murder from the Victorian era.

The Deadly Elixir of Giulia Tofana

This professional poisoner offered freedom through murder to women trapped in troubled marriages – until news of her toxic services leaked to authorities.

9 Most Haunted Castles in the World

From the bloody site of a brutal witch hunt to a stone fortress built atop the gates to Hell, join us as we count down 9 creepy castles from around the world.

On the Lam: 7 True Crime Tales Set During the Roaring Twenties

Dance through a deadly scene of flappers, gangsters, and extravagant crimes with these killer true crime books set during the Jazz Age.

Lydia Sherman: The Derby Poisoner

Lydia Sherman swore she never meant to poison her third husband – just his children and the dead men of her previous marriages.

The Mummy Museum of Guanajuato

Looking to add a dash of the macabre to your vacation? Visit the Mummy Museum of Guanajuato, where over 100 shockingly well-preserved corpses are on display.

Hoia-Baciu Forest: The Bermuda Triangle of Romania

In the heart of Eastern Europe is a mysterious wood notorious for UFO sightings, disembodied screams, and the inexplicable burns left on those who enter.

The Greenbrier Ghost: The Spirit Who Solved Her Own Murder

Mary Jane Heaster was devastated by the mysterious death of her daughter Zona – until Zona's spirit appeared in the night to tell her she'd been murdered.

6 True Crime Tales from Ireland

It’s not all rolling hills and peaceful seaside villages on the Emerald Isle.

5 Retro Radio Dramas for a New Generation

Dramatized mysteries are back – and here are the ones you should be tuning in to.

The Vanishing Crew of the Carroll A. Deering: A Maritime Mystery

In 1921, the ship was spotted in North Carolina under suspicious circumstances. Days later, the crew and their belongings had disappeared – for good.

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