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Into the Storm: The Vanishing of Ambrose Small  

After signing the biggest deal of his life, Ambrose Small walked into a snowstorm and was never seen again.

by Gary Sweeney

The Codex Gigas: Is This Medieval Manuscript Actually the Devil's Bible?

The Codex Gigas is the largest illuminated manuscript in the world, but that’s not what makes it famous.

by The Lineup Staff

Amelia Dyer: Victorian England's Cruelest Baby Farmer

The "Ogress of Reading" was rumored to be responsible for the deaths of 400 children.

by Jamie Bogert

The Lemp Mansion Curse

Bringing doom to the once-powerful Lemp family, this mansion’s history will fascinate any spirit seeker.

by Audrey Webster

10 Wild Tales of Feral Children

These wild children were forced to fend for themselves in ways that often left them far outside the bounds of society.

by John Freund

What Is Bedlam? The Hospital That Defined Madness

Bedlam Asylum’s chilling past haunts us to this day.

by The Lineup Staff

The Babysitter Who Vanished: What Happened to Evelyn Hartley?

A perimeter search revealed blood stains in the yard, and bloody prints on the nearby garage.

by Gary Sweeney

Sister Act: The Bizarre Drowning of Ocey Snead

When police looked into a young mother's death, their suspicions kept turning to a trio of creepy, veiled sisters.

by Shannon Raphael

House of Horror: The Brutal Murders at Georgia's Corpsewood Manor

Their dream home in the country soon became a site of unspeakable tragedy. 

by Orrin Grey

The Overtoun Bridge: What Makes Dogs Jump to Their Deaths?

Dozens of dogs have jumped from the same spot on the so-called “bridge of death.”

by The Lineup Staff

Child Killer: Gordon Northcott and the Wineville Chicken Coop Murders

She knew her son was missing, but the police didn't believe her. Then they unearthed the brutal truth.

by The Lineup Staff

Seeing Double: The Spectral Twin Who Haunted Emilie Sagee

Emilie Sagee never saw her own doppelgänger, but many others did.

by The Lineup Staff

Butch DeFeo: The Killer Behind “The Amityville Horror”

The haunting may be fictionalized, but the horror was real for the DeFeo family.

by The Lineup Staff

Sydney Smith: Scotland's Real Sherlock Holmes

The pioneering forensic specialist solved gruesome crimes and created new investigative methods.

by Catherine Townsend

Grave Matters: 5 Cases of Body-Snatching from the Victorian Era

A dearth of usable cadavers in the Victorian era fueled the lucrative body-snatching industry. Here are five gruesome tales of those who dug up graves for profit.

by Occult Museum

The Winchester Mystery House

The question remains: Was it a labor of love or madness?

by Stephanie Almazan

The Mysterious Fate of the Morro Castle

In 1934 the Morro Castle burned off the New Jersey coast, killing more than a hundred people. Was it a terrible accident, or something more sinister?

by Orrin Grey

10 Victorian Era-Set Novels That Will Give You Chills

These suspenseful, creepy reads combine a late 19th-century love of grisly murder and the paranormal.

by Paola Crespo

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