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Explore more of The Lineup's spookiest stories.

Welcome to your hub for the creepiest recommendations, from the latest terrifying Stephen King book and bizarre underrated horror films to the most disturbing unsolved true crime cases and unsettling reports of paranormal activity. If it’s strange, unusual, or downright terrifying—we’ve got you covered.

We’re diehard fans of all things macabre and we love nothing more than sharing our odd obsessions with fellow creepy fiends. Here we unearth forgotten crimes, share true ghost stories, and pride ourselves on giving the best recommendations for terrifying books and movies. Peruse the stories below—you’re sure to find something to satiate your appetite for the uncanny.

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Missing Man Solves His Own Cold Case

Police assumed a man missing for 30 years was dead ... until the victim had his "Aha!" moment.

New Evidence In Missing Mom Beverly England Cold Case Could Point to Deadly Affair

For 36 years Beverly England's killer has roamed free. Now police say they finally have a suspect in her murder.

The Unsolved Murder of Teenager Kaitlyn Arquette

In "Who Killed My Daughter?", a mother searches for the truth behind her daughter’s tragic death.

In Cold Blood: The Murder of Bonny Lee Bakley

She had a string of marriages – and famous suitors – but her final relationship with Robert Blake ended when she received a shot to the back of the head.

Cold Case Sleuths: An Interview with the CCIRI

Meet the mind behind the Cold Case Investigative Research Institute, a real-life detective club that tackles unsolved murders throughout history.

The Villisca Axe Murders

On a quiet summer night in Iowa, eight people were bludgeoned to death while they slept in their beds.

Cold Case: The Somerton Man

He's one of the most famous figures in Australian history ... only because police can't figure out who he was or what happened to him.