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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

The First Killer Caught Using DNA Evidence

In 1983, a small town in England was dubbed the “Village of Fear” after a man raped and murdered a 15-year-old girl. The case would be left open until technology caught up four years later.

By Sarah Mangiola

Most Wanted Reading List: 10 Very Bizarre Victorian Deaths

Crushed by a coffin? Chewed alive by psychotic cats? There were plenty of weird ways to die during the 1800s. Here are 10 of the strangest Victorian deaths.

By The Lineup Staff

Good Guys Gone Wild: Crime Drama Edition

They're TV's bad boys – and we can't help but love them.

By DeAnna Janes

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