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The Copycat Killing Spree of Peter Sutcliffe, the Yorkshire Ripper

This copycat ripper claimed nearly three times as many victims as his Victorian predecessor—but he made one crucial mistake. 

By Sarah Janet

Haunted People: She Was Stalked by the Menacing Spirit of a Former Flame

Mrs. G bought a Ouija board for fun ... but ended up unleashing a possessive spirit intent on controlling her life.

By Greta Shull

Judith Ann Neelley: The Teen Bride Turned Cold-Blooded Murderer

Judith Ann was just 15 years old when she married known criminal Alvin Neelley. Together, they soon set out on a depraved crime spree.

By Paola Crespo & Shabana Bachu

Gaslight Murder: 12 Gripping Victorian True Crime Books

The truth is grislier than fiction in these real-life accounts of mystery and murder from the Victorian era.

By Elisabeth Tilstra & Shabana Bachu

A Death in Canaan: Why Did Peter Reilly Confess to His Mother’s Brutal Murder?

Years later, evidence proved Reilly innocent. Why confess to a crime he didn't commit?

By Matthew Blackburn

50 Years Later: The Manson Family and the Gruesome Murder of Sharon Tate

The cult's brutal slaying of Sharon Tate in August of 1969 marked the end of an era.

By Jessica Ferri

10 Creepy Books to Read Right Now

Do you love books that make your skin crawl? These ten creepy books to read are sure to send chills down your spine.

By Jessica Ferri

Sleep, My Child, Forever: The Mother Who Killed Her Own Children for Insurance Money

Behind the maternal facade was a cold-blooded killer whose get-rich scheme cost her children their lives.

By Jessica Ferri

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