Orrin Grey is the author of Guignol and Other Sardonic Tales and Painted Monsters and Other Strange Beasts, among others. His stories of monsters, ghosts, and sometimes the ghosts of monsters have appeared in dozens of anthologies, including Ellen Datlow's Best Horror of the Year.
Soon after her disappearance, Dorothy's family began receiving chilling calls from an unidentified caller.
Horror author Joe Hill thinks so...
Haunting the corridors of this former reformatory are dark tales of mystery and murder.
Behind his friendly demeanor lurked a deadly obsession with torture and murder.
Up close and personal with murder, disaster, and corruption.
Investigators hope that new technology will help find justice for the Zodiac's victims.
Step onto the set of your favorite horror movie … if you dare.
Satisfy your morbid curiosity.
Their dream home in the country soon became a site of unspeakable tragedy.
It's been plagued by incredibly strange theories since it opened.
It remains one the most gut-wrenching murder sprees in Australia's history.
Peer into Scotland Yard's true crime treasure trove.
His body was found stuffed inside a duffel, with the bag's zipper padlocked from the outside.
They found the first body stuffed inside the church library's closet. Then a second body turned up...
After spending ten years in prison, Sheppard was acquitted of his wife's murder. But for some, questions remain.
The horror special was so disturbing it was banned for 10 years.
20 years after he disappeared, has his killer been brought to justice?
Vermont's most infamous mystery remains unsolved over a decade later.
A convicted murderer and suspected serial killer lurks in the frames of the horror classic.
The "Ypsilanti Ripper" terrorized the college community for two years.