True Crime

From Ted Bundy to Lizzie Borden, explore true crime across centuries.

The Lawson Family Massacre

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

Lori Erica Ruff: The Perplexing Mystery of the Woman Without an Identity

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

The Horrific Case of Lauria Bible and Ashley Freeman

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

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.

Phantom Killer: The Unsolved Mystery of the Texarkana Murders

In 1946, a sadistic killer dressed in a white mask terrorized the small town of Texarkana at night.

The Brutal Death of Debra Davis

The girlfriend of one of Whitey Bulger's partners, Debra Davis never suspected the notorious gangster would kill her—with his bare hands.

A Killer Calls: The Unsolved Murder of Dorothy Jane Scott

Soon after her disappearance, Dorothy's family began receiving chilling calls from an unidentified caller. 

Hit True Crime Podcast Dr. Death Will See You Now

From the makers of Dirty John, this new podcast series will leave you shaken.

Gone Fishing Is Your New True Crime Podcast Obsession

A woman found guilty of murder makes the case for her innocence in this fascinating true crime podcast from New Zealand.

Robert Berdella: The Butcher of Kansas City

Behind his friendly demeanor lurked a deadly obsession with torture and murder.

The Most Dangerous Animal: Is the Zodiac Killer the Next Cold Case to Be Solved?

Investigators hope that new technology will help find justice for the Zodiac's victims.

6 Twisted British Serial Killers

From the Suffolk Strangler to Jack the Ripper, these British serial killers left a grisly trail of death in their wake.

Who Really Killed Nancy Pfister with an Axe and Hammer?

In a controversial true crime book, Nancy Styler maintains that she played no part in the murder of her socialite landlord.