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Sarah Mangiola

Originally from California, Sarah has been writing and editing professionally since moving to New York after college. You can often find her obsessing over anything old and classic—especially when the cover requires some dusting off. Her favorite books include the entire Harry Potter series, Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen, and A Separate Peace by John Knowles.

Mystery on the Isles of Shoals: Uncovering the Truth Behind the Smuttynose Ax Murders of 1873

On an icy March morning in 1873, horror struck the Isles of Shoals when two women were murdered during a home invasion. But was the man convicted truly responsible?

Discover the True Story Behind Netflix's The Serpent

A con artist killer and his unsuspecting victims.

Innocent Victims: The Horrific Eastburn Family Murders

On Mother's Day 1985, Kathryn Eastburn and her daughters, Kara and Erin, were found murdered in their home. 25 years later, surviving family saw justice.

15 Books for Fans of “American Horror Story”

As we await Season 7 of "American Horror Story", we’re filling the void with books similar to each freaky season of the show.

These Killer Cousins Terrified the Hollywood Hills

These Killer Cousins Terrified the Hollywood Hills

In the 1970s, two cousins murdered 10 women over four months in Los Angeles.

The One, Tiny Mistake That Finally Took Down The Night Stalker

Serial killer Richard Ramirez was meticulous when it came to covering his tracks ... until his final attack in 1985.

What Making A Murderer Didn’t Tell You

What Making A Murderer Didn’t Tell You

Prosecutor Michael Griesbach takes on naysayers and sets the record straight as he re-examines the controversial Steven Avery case in his new book.

Who Really Killed Dr. William Chapman?

Who Really Killed Dr. William Chapman?

His houseguest was convicted of the murder. But evidence against the doctor’s wife tells another story.

Why Did 17-Year-Old Christine Paolilla Murder Her Best Friends?

Why Did 17-Year-Old Christine Paolilla Murder Her Best Friends?

The high school outcast found happiness when two popular girls befriended her—and then she murdered them.

The First Killer Caught Using DNA Evidence

The First Killer Caught Using DNA Evidence

In 1983, a small town in England was dubbed the “Village of Fear” after a man raped and murdered a 15-year-old girl. The case would be left open until technology caught up four years later.