Everyone remembers the bloody glove, but do you the name of the serial killer who actually confessed to the infamous murder of Nicole Brown Simpson?
In 1947, the butchered body of Elizabeth Short was discovered in a vacant lot outside downtown Los Angeles.
Austrian authorities believe an elderly man murdered his wife, then entombed her severed head in concrete and used the block to drown himself.
This serial poisoner lured numerous suitors to their deaths, until her toxic ways resulted in a a one-way ticket to the electric chair.
What could lead a mother to hurt her own children?
Who killed the Reverend and his pretty choir singer?
On a quiet summer night in 1929, a mystic healer and his family were slaughtered in their home by a mysterious axe-wielding killer.
Ed Gein was devastated when his mother died in 1945. But he had a grisly plan to keep women in his life.
From Teresa's ex-boyfriend to members Avery's own family, here are five alternate theories about who killed Teresa Halbach.
From the Vampire of Düsseldorf to the Killer Clown of Chicago, these creepy serial killer quotes are sure to make your blood run cold.
Two Georgia residents came together to help save an elderly man’s life when they found him being attacked by a knife-wielding maniac.
An axe-wielding maniac stalked the streets of the Big Easy, and the only way to avoid slaughter was to play jazz.
In 1973 Detroit, artist Ray Gray was convicted to life in prison based on a fixed lineup and no evidence – and he still maintains his innocence today.
In the 1970s, Fred and Tom were two ambitious film students catching an advance screening of Star Wars. But their high times were about to come crashing down...
From faulty electric chairs to defective drug cocktails, the botched executions of these death row inmates are downright chilling.
In 1984, Günther Stoll scribbled down a cryptic message then disappeared into the night to his death. Could his final note be the key to his killing?
Mysterious fishing boats strewn with rotting corpses are washing up along the shores of Japan, and officials are baffled.
William Coy felt betrayed by his friend, and the only solution was murder.
At just 14 years old, Jesse Pomeroy became the youngest convicted murderer in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
It’s been over a decade since Julian Hernandez was last seen, and now his mother can finally stop looking.