You never know what you’ll unearth in your own backyard…
They say if you chant her name three times, a bloodied face will appear...
In 1874, little Charley Ross followed two strangers into a buggy and vanished from the streets of Philadelphia, never to be seen again.
From mummified dream girls to phantom killers and little houses of murder, these creepy stories still send shivers down our spine.
In 1612, a fear of witchcraft swept across northwest England and sent eleven souls to their deaths.
In 1836, an unsuspecting passerby entered the Gardette-LePrete mansion and uncovered a scene of unimaginable horror.
In 1964, three civil rights workers were murdered in cold blood ... and the mastermind behind it all walked away a free man.
She fought to expose the hazardous conditions of the Kerr-McGee nuclear facility—and just may have paid for it with her life.
In the month of the hungry ghost, the dead bleed into the land of the living.
In 1845, the doomed Franklin expedition set sail for the Northwest Passage, never to be seen again.
Authorities presumed Petra Pazsitka was dead after a convicted killer confessed to her murder. That is, until she turned up alive and living under a false name.
A California murder mystery has been cracked thanks to recently released evidence from the John Wayne Gacy Jr. case.
Decades before the Salem witch trials, nearly a dozen individuals were put to death in colonial Connecticut for suspected sorcery.
The community knew the clergyman as a loving husband and father, but underneath his vestment was a sex-crazed, sociopathic killer.
From embezzlement to drug busts, these creative souls had a dark side.
You never know what's buried in your own backyard.
We see London, we see France, we see a Russian granny chopping up bodies with her bare hands.
Horror author Dale Bailey knew his friend Eddie was dangerous ... but he still wasn't prepared to discover the man was a murderer.
These criminally-inclined cult leaders used charm and deception to amass a dedicated flock before abusing their unwitting followers.