May the odds be in your favor.
The crimes of these American murderers will make your skin crawl.
On a summer night in Georgia, a killer crept into the DeFoor family homestead and slaughtered them with an axe.
One woman's convalescent home came to be known as "the murder factory."
There have been several Night Stalkers over the years . . . but few were as chilling as the first.
John Christie was hanged for the murder of his wife ... but she was just one of his victims.
Just pray you never come face to face with the Bad Breath Bandit.
Four men were arrested for his crimes, but the real Monster is still at large.
By the time he was finally caught, this serial killer had claimed more than a dozen victims.
He was a serial killer, a serial liar ... or, most likely, both.
With these notorious killers, the disturbing details just keep coming ...
In 1827, young Maria Marten slipped into a red barn to meet her secret lover. It was the last time she would be seen alive.
This killer suitor lured numerous victims into sham marriages, then murdered the women and burned their bodies in his fireplace.
She butchered three women and then cooked the remains into soap and teacakes—all in the name of breaking a family curse.
Police assumed a man missing for 30 years was dead ... until the victim had his "Aha!" moment.
They were some of the most disturbing murderers to have stalked the earth ...
In 1938, a young woman's bright future came to an abrupt and brutal end.
In 1934, a Brighton railway worker discovered the bloody remains of a young woman stuffed inside a trunk. Then authorities found a second victim ...
For 36 years Beverly England's killer has roamed free. Now police say they finally have a suspect in her murder.
Who was the man (or woman) behind history's grisliest unsolved murder?