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.
Was this peace-loving hippie really a cold-blooded killer?
Her brutal slaying electrified the community with terror, sadness, and a demand for justice.
In 1996, Kristin Smart vanished without a trace. To this day, the case remains unsolved.
He served 34 years for the murder of young Bobby Franks. But what happened to Nathan Leopold after he was released?
What does it feel like to spend 18 years on death row for a crime you didn’t commit? What does it feel like to get out?
In 2004, young Maura vanished without a trace. Over a decade later, her case remains an utter mystery.
In the late 1970s, New York City was terrorized by a deranged killer.
What if Ed Gein had managed to spawn?
Are you Facebook friends with someone who fits one of these descriptions?
By Emily Kaiser
Some of history's creepiest events have happened entirely inside the human mind.
Teen kidnapper Chyrel Jolls grabbed her 5-year-old victim by the wrist: "If you don't come with me, I'll drown you."
In a town of 80 people, one horrible, criminal act can send the entire population reeling.
She was only 16 years old when she was murdered and dumped in a cornfield.
Vicki Dill's older sister was murdered in 1973. After years of going unsolved, the case was finally closed ... and now the killer wants to be set free.
By Barry Blitch
It takes two to make a thing go horribly wrong.
Police considered her death an “overkill,” a brutal killing style used by the Manson Family.
May the odds be in your favor.
By Crime Feed
One woman's convalescent home came to be known as "the murder factory."
Just pray you never come face to face with the Bad Breath Bandit.
They vanished into thin air.