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Born to Be Wild: The Original Hells Angels Biker Gangs

Hit the road with the Hells Angels in these killer vintage snapshots.

By The Lineup Staff

Jessamyn Lovell: The Sweetest Revenge

After her identity was stolen, artist Jessamyn Lovell tracked down the criminal, took photos of her, and exhibited them for all the world to see.

By The Lineup Staff

Kate Webster: A Real-Life Sweeney Todd Story

In 1879, Irish housekeeper Kate Webster killed her employer, boiled her body, and fed the fat to small children.

By Jennifer Jackson

Secret in the Streets

For decades, strange plaques called Toynbee tiles have appeared like crop circles throughout the cities of the world.

By Matthew Thompson

The Legend of Spring-Heeled Jack

He terrified young women in Victorian England with his clawed hands, fiery breath, and ability to leap onto tall buildings.

By The Lineup Staff

Madeleine Smith: The Hot Cocoa Killer

Madeleine Smith had a rich fiancé, a secret lover, and one hell of a hot chocolate recipe. We recreate her cup of cocoa ... without the lethal ingredient.

By Jennifer Jackson

When Harry Met Edna

A box of their unmarked photographs jumpstarted the Internet's most heartwarming manhunt.

By Jennifer Jackson

Alfred Packer: The Maneater of Colorado

This grisly tale of survival will have you grabbing an extra bag of granola next time you hit the trail.

By Matthew Thompson

Who is the Poe Toaster?

For years, a mysterious man appeared at Poe's grave in the dead of night. Who is he and will he ever return?

By Matthew Thompson

Buyer Beware: 9 Terrifying American Murder Houses

From Amityville Horror to Jeffrey Dahmer's one-bedroom, these murder houses are home to some truly brutal murders.

By The Lineup Staff

A Creature Stalks These Woods…

Join the hunt for Connecticut's elusive Glawackus monster.

By The Lineup Staff

4 Killer Halloween Costume Ideas

Think beyond "sexy ghost" with these easy costumes inspired by serial killers of eras past.

By Jennifer Jackson

George Metesky: The Mad Bomber of New York City

It was the first criminal profiling case is U.S. history ... and it all boiled down to a disgruntled Con Ed employee.

By The Lineup Staff

Who Put Bella in the Wych Elm?

The victim of a brutal murder mystery lives on in grafitti messages scrawled across Europe.

By Matthew Thompson

Post-Mortem Photography: How the Victorians Remembered Their Dead

Grieving families soon took up the new technology to create everlasting mementos of the dearly departed.

By Matthew Thompson

Sherlock Holmes Visits the Museum of London

A brand new exhibition dissects the creation – and enduring legacy – of the world's most famous detective.

By The Lineup Staff

Weekly Blotter: NYC Smoke Bomb Attack

Killer nurse nabbed in Italy, MDMA marathon man flees police, and new footage from the bizarre West Village smoke bomb attack.

By The Lineup Staff

Cold Case: The Somerton Man

He's one of the most famous figures in Australian history ... only because police can't figure out who he was or what happened to him.

By The Lineup Staff

Hands Up! 10 Heists that Netted Millions (and Billions)

These schemes promised millions – so long as the perpetrators could get away with it.

By The Lineup Staff

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