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Mind of a Monster: Gary Ridgway, the Green River Killer Who Murdered At Least 49 People

This serial killer was convicted of 49 murders, though he confessed to at least 71.

By Sarah Mangiola

A Chilling Look at Ted Bundy and the World’s Most Savage Killers

Peer into the minds of murderers in this fascinating true crime read.

By Matthew Thompson

32 Most Horrifying Serial Killer Books

Get ready to see the darkest side of humanity.

By MacKenzie Stuart

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

UPDATE: Investigators Release New Evidence in the Chilling, Years-Long Cold Case of the Long Island Serial Killer

The search for one victim led to the discovery of countless others... and to the ice-cold trail of an unknown killer.

By Dave Adams

Unheard: The Fred & Rose West Tapes Delves into the Hellish Crimes of Fred and Rose West

25 years after Fred and Rose West's killing spree stunned England, the journalist who first broke the story revisits the case in a gripping new true crime podcast.

By MacKenzie Stuart

What Did Charles Manson Hear in the Music of the Beatles?

Decode the twisted musical messages that Charles Manson heard in the music of the Fab Four.

By Stephanie Almazan

Die for Me: Charles Ng, Leonard Lake, and Their Torture Dungeon in the California Hills

The story behind the duo's depraved murder spree is straight out of your worst nightmares.

By Olivia Mason

33 Books About the World’s Most Notorious Serial Killers

From the never-caught Zodiac Killer to charming-but-deadly Ted Bundy, there’s always more to the story.

By Sarah Mangiola

10 Most Depraved Serial Killers of All Time Ranked by Their Number of Victims

From the Beast of Colombia to the Butcher of Rostov, these real-life nightmares have killed dozens of people.

By Steven Casale

10 Serial Killers Who Were Never Caught

The killers behind these terrifying crimes remain unidentified to this day.

By Catherine Phelan

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

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