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A Killer Revealed: Inside the Twisted Mind of Arthur Shawcross

The subject of Interview with a Serial Killer—streaming on Netflix now—speaks out in his own chilling words.

by Orrin Grey

Murder Comes to New York City With the Death Becomes Us Festival

The true crime festival sensation is making its way up the east coast.

by Catherine Phelan

The Unsolved Keddie Murders of California

In 1981, a cabin in the woods played host to a brutal family murder.

by Orrin Grey

Meet the Three People Who Helped Catch Ted Bundy

Bundy's girlfriend Elizabeth Kloepfer, along with two rookie cops, helped take down the serial killer.

by Audrey Webster

8 Twisted Confessions from Ted Bundy That Will Make Your Skin Crawl

These chilling Ted Bundy quotes will grant you access to the mind of one of America's most notorious serial killers.

by Audrey Webster

10 Little-Known Facts About Jeffrey Dahmer

How well do you know the Milwaukee Cannibal?

by Aliza Polkes

6 Disturbing True Crime Stories You Can Read Tonight

These real-life cases may keep you up all night.

by Abbey White

Cropsey: The Terrifying Urban Legend Brought to Life

“Cropsey” haunted the children of Staten Island in their nightmares. Andre Rand hunted them in real life.

by The Lineup Staff

The Lawson Family Massacre

What dark secret made Charlie Lawson slaughter his family on Christmas Day?

by Orrin Grey

Lori Erica Ruff: The Woman Without an Identity

After Lori Erica Ruff's death, Blake Ruff realized his wife was a complete stranger.

by Stephanie Weber

The Brutal Crimes of Mass Murderer Richard Speck

What began as a robbery turned into something far more horrific...

by Catherine Phelan

The Horrific Case of Lauria Bible and Ashley Freeman

Nearly two decades after their disappearance, a suspect was finally arrested.

by Allison Wild

John Billington: The Mayflower Pilgrim Who Was Executed for Murder

In 1620, pilgrim John Billington crossed the Atlantic Ocean to become the first convicted murderer of the Plymouth colony.

by Steven Casale

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