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A startling new book lays bare a little-known chapter in American true crime history.
The weeping killer called the police to tearfully apologize for his crimes...but that didn't stop him from striking again and again.
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Nearly thirty murders, forty years, and no closure.
Lee's murders in miniature changed the way we interpret crime scenes.
Young Richie Diener showed signs of trouble. Then, on the night of February 27, 1972, those troubles came to a tragic end.
Dozens of women met a gruesome end on Pickton's isolated property.
Was it cold-blooded murder, or a case of demonic possession?
How the disintegration of one marriage ended in unspeakable tragedy.
Peer into the minds of murderers in this fascinating true crime read.
Elizabeth Kendall and the women impacted by Ted Bundy’s heinous crimes take back control of the narrative.
He's confessed to a staggering 93 murders thus far—and the FBI believes all his confessions are credible.
The dead do tell tales...
It's a murder mystery—but this is no game.
In an instant, their lives were changed forever.
The mystery is solved, but sometimes the solution leaves behind more questions than answers…