The Claus Von Bülow Affair: Dead at Christmas
Bad tidings bring the holiday to a halt when a Danish noble allegedly attempts to murder his socialite wife. Twice.
After strangling his informant—who was pregnant with his child—Mark Putnam became the first active FBI agent convicted of murder.
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In Slow Death, Jim Fielder tells the disturbing true story of a violent Satanist who tortured and killed women in his trailer.
They may be short—but they're definitely not sweet.
Witching Hour: Vices and Virtues collects twisted and terrifying stories that will haunt your dreams.
Journey to the dark side of demonic possessions, haunted houses, and restless spirits.
Did the Louisiana serial killer ever truly regret brutally murdering eight women?
You won't just lose your way, you'll lose your mind.
The brutal Ogden, Utah murders take center stage in Gary Kinder's revolutionary work of true crime writing.
The author of The Loney spins a skin-crawling story of tradition, family, and evil in rural Lancashire.
One of the most anticipated horror books of the year imagines what inspired Bram Stoker to write the classic vampire tale.