True Crime

Dive into our comprehensive true crime archive, from little-known murder cases and chilling unsolved slayings to history’s most infamous serial killers.

9 Chilling Horror and True Crime Books on Sale This May

For your creepy reading pleasure—at prices that can't be beat!

The Papin Sisters: The Shocking 1933 Murder Case That Horrified France

Nearly a century later, their grisly crime remains as mystifying as ever.

Strictly Stalking: 5 Stalker Stories from the New True Crime Podcast That You Need to Hear

The weekly true crime podcast raises awareness about this dangerously underreported crime.

Netflix's Devastating New True Crime Docuseries Shines a Light on Wrongful Convictions

The Innocence Files exposes the ugly flaws in our criminal justice system—and it's streaming now.

The Forgotten Kidnapping Epidemic That Shook Depression-Era America

A startling new book lays bare a little-known chapter in American true crime history.

Weepy Voiced Killer: The Serial Murder Spree of Paul Michael Stephani

The weeping killer called the police to tearfully apologize for his crimes...but that didn't stop him from striking again and again.

14 Riveting True Crime Books for Fans of Criminal

These aren’t your run-of-the-mill true crime books.

Richie Diener: The Troubled Son Killed By His Own Father

Young Richie Diener showed signs of trouble. Then, on the night of February 27, 1972, those troubles came to a tragic end.

Bitter Blood Murders: A Brutal True Story of Family, Madness, and Death

How the disintegration of one marriage ended in unspeakable tragedy.

A Chilling Look at Ted Bundy and the World’s Most Savage Killers

Peer into the minds of murderers in this fascinating true crime read.

Survivors Speak Out in Amazon’s New True Crime Docuseries Ted Bundy: Falling for a Killer

Elizabeth Kendall and the women impacted by Ted Bundy’s heinous crimes take back control of the narrative.

Samuel Little: The Most Prolific Serial Killer in United States History

He's confessed to a staggering 93 murders thus far—and the FBI believes all his confessions are credible.