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Herbert Armstrong: England’s Persistent Poisoner

After poisoning his wife, Herbert Armstrong set his sights on a rival lawyer. But when his target just wouldn't die, Armstrong's toxic methods turned messy.

By Stephanie Almazan

The Execution-Style Murder of Kenya’s Most Famous Playboy

In 1940s Africa, Josslyn Hay slept with the wrong woman and ended up dead. More than 70 years later, theories about the murderer are still emerging.

By Grace Srinivasiah

95-Year-Old WW II Veteran Fights off Would-Be Robber with Cane – and Wins!

When a mugger tried to snatch his wallet – and photos of his grandchildren – Arthur Kamberis took matters into his own hands.

By Crime Feed

Kiss of Death: The Bloody Case of Béla Kiss

This Hungarian fiend lured dozens of women to his village home with promises of love – then strangled each victim and pickled their bodies in metal drums.

By Steven Casale

Hollywood Homicide: Lana Turner and the Death of Johnny Stompanato

In 1958, Johnny Stompanato was stabbed to death in Lana Turner's Beverly Hills home. Was this a case of tinsel town murder or justifiable homicide?

By Jonathan Santlofer

8 Infamous Celebrity Moments Caught on Camera

From Rob Lowe's sex tape to Solange's beef with Jay Z, check out these celebs who didn't want to be caught on camera.

By Crime Feed

The Ghost Mansions of Huguette Clark

This wealthy recluse owned numerous palatial estates – all of which sat empty for decades while she remained locked in her small hospital room.

By Jamie Bogert

Eternal Beauty: The Death Mask of L’Inconnue de la Seine

The enchanting death mask of an unknown Parisian woman finds life after death as the inspiration to countless writers, painters, and artists.

By Steven Casale

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.

By Elisabeth Tilstra

10 Killer Children That Will Creep You the Eff Out

From an obsessive poisoner to a couple of teenage girls out to have "fun," these youngsters aren't as innocent as they look.

By Kara Nesvig

“Some Mysteries are Best Left Alone”

As a small child living in Montana, author Peter Bowen witnessed a murder-suicide he still can't explain.

By Peter Bowen

6 Unsolved Rock Star and Rapper Deaths

Their songs live on ... but the events surrounding their tragic deaths remain a mystery.

By Stephanie Almazan

Conned: Four People Who Fell for Internet Scams

Most people know not everything on the Internet is true – these people learned it the hard way.

By Crime Feed

Disappeared in Georgia: 5 Unanswered Questions About the Death of Kelly Nash

What happened to this hardworking college student, who had so many loving friends and family?

By Crime Feed

Most Wanted Reading List: Europe’s Meaty History of Cannibalism

From first-hand accounts of the Crusades' "wicked banquets" to eating mummies in the 16th century, the European continent has their fill of savage tales.

By The Lineup Staff

Sawney Bean: The Hannibal Lecter of Olde Scotland

Meet Scotland's legendary cannibal killer, who along with his ravenous cave-dwelling clan dined on the flesh of 1,000 victims.

By Steven Casale

Cut It out, Already! 5 Shocking Scissor Crimes

It's hard to keep your eyes open while reading these shocking scissor crimes.

By Crime Feed

5 Urban Legends That Came to Life

From Disney World ghosts to deadly Internet memes, you'll want to sleep with one eye open after reading about these urban legends turned real.

By Crime Feed

Cold Case Sleuths: An Interview with the CCIRI

Meet the mind behind the Cold Case Investigative Research Institute, a real-life detective club that tackles unsolved murders throughout history.

By The Lineup Staff

The Werewolf of Bedburg

In 16th century Rhineland, something – or someone – was slaughtering villagers by the glow of the full moon.

By Steven Casale

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