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Explore the latest and scariest in horror and true crime books. From fresh releases to historical horrors, we've got the latest and greatest in terrifying books.

10 Most Terrifying Ghost Stories and Paranormal Novels

Reader beware: These eerie tales of cursed houses and restless souls are guaranteed to terrify.

Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, Famous Horror Author, Shares Her Tricks … and a Ghost Story

Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, Famous Horror Author, Shares Her Tricks … and a Ghost Story

Get to know Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, the female author dominating a genre traditionally ruled by men.

The Darkest Hour of NYC’s 1977 Blackout

The Darkest Hour of NYC’s 1977 Blackout

On the night of New York City's infamous blackout, rioting and looting ensued ... and heads starting to roll. Literally.

Three Glowing Lights – Episode 6

Three Glowing Lights – Episode 6

To say we relish a good mystery is an understatement. With each episode, The Lineup Podcast unearths a strange case from around the world.

6 True-Crime Books About Killer Doctors

From Nazi nut-sos to commonplace quacks, these monsters of malpractice have but one diagnosis in mind: death.

Angels of Death: Cathy Wood and Gwen Graham

Angels of Death: Cathy Wood and Gwen Graham

The two nurses at Alpine Manor senior living facility fell hard for each other ... and then started killing off their patients one by one.

The Most Horrifying Science Experiment Ever

The Most Horrifying Science Experiment Ever

Crime novelist Peter Dickinson explores the dark side of science in this chilling tale set in a Caribbean paradise.

8 Stories of Skeletons in the Closet … Literally

8 Stories of Skeletons in the Closet … Literally

Some secrets – and bodies – should stay buried.

Sol Wachtler: From Chief Justice to Stalker to Convict

Sol Wachtler: From Chief Justice to Stalker to Convict

Glimpse a top New York justice’s sociopathic alter ego and the sordid affair he kept private in Linda Wolfe’s Double Life.

The Murder Chronicles: A New Orleans Murder Mystery-Episode 12

The case is officially closed in this dramatic end to the Big Easy murders, with one final twist still in store for Jim Sherl.

“I Speak for the Dead”

“I Speak for the Dead”

While true crime author Fred Rosen was investigating the murder of 18-year-old Jennifer Robinson, he couldn't believe the gruesome details he discovered.

A Murder in London – Episode 5

A Murder in London – Episode 5

To say we relish a good mystery is an understatement. With each episode, The Lineup Podcast unearths a strange case from around the world.

The Murder Chronicles: A New Orleans Murder Mystery-Episode 11

The dark and crooked truth about the murder case is revealed. But can a severely injured Jim Sherl survive the night to expose the killer?

An Encounter with Ireland’s Angel of Death

In this legend-based horror novel, an NYC-based psychiatrist locks eyes with a red-haired beauty, not realizing he might have just sealed his fate.

10 Victorian Era-Set Novels That Will Give You Chills

These suspenseful, creepy reads combine a late 19th-century love of grisly murder and the paranormal.

The Deadly Legend of the Lost Dutchman Mine

The Deadly Legend of the Lost Dutchman Mine

In the unforgiving landscape of the American Southwest, one mysterious gold mine has lured numerous treasure hunters to their deaths.

The Murder Chronicles: A New Orleans Murder Mystery-Episode 10

Sherl confronts Ecks Chinsky's killer, and comes face-to-face with the sinister force that set the Big Easy murders into motion.

The Murder Chronicles: A New Orleans Murder Mystery – Episode 9

Sherl and Cajun Rob close in on the sinister force behind the killings, and discover their top suspect keeps some startling friends.

George Stinney Jr: The Youngest Person Executed in 20th-Century U.S.

George Stinney Jr: The Youngest Person Executed in 20th-Century U.S.

And it only took 70 years for a court to decide 14-year-old George Stinney Jr. didn't actually commit the murders he was electrocuted for.