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A Nightmare Come True: Roxanne Doll and the Puget Sound Child-Killer

Broken Doll recounts the brutal child-murder that shocked Everett, Washington in 1995.

By Shannon Raphael

The Truth is in the Blood: The Murder of Tabatha Bryant

Kevin Bryant claimed he had nothing to do with his wife's murder—but the crime scene told a different story.

By Olivia Mason

Inside the Crimes and Mind of the Baton Rouge Serial Killer

For over ten years, Derrick Todd Lee managed to escape Louisiana police—and murder seven women. 

By Olivia Mason

Gone in the Dark: The 40-Year Hunt for the Golden State Killer

Michelle McNamara’s obsessive search for the man who terrorized California during the 1970s and ‘80s is chronicled in her book, I’ll Be Gone in the Dark

By Sarah Mangiola

Lizzie Borden’s Secret Motive for Murder?

A romantic relationship gone awry and troubles at home could explain why many still believe Lizzie Borden killed her parents.

By Sarah Mangiola

7 Genre-Bending Books by Fritz Leiber 

The author blended horror with science fiction and fantasy to create terrifying stories. 

By Jessica Ferri

LISTEN: Ghostly Encounters at the Villisca Axe Murder House and Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum

A ghost hunter shares unsettling anecdotes—and chilling audio—from investigations at two of America's most haunted sites.

By Olivia Mason

Uncovering the Truth Behind One of the Bayou Strangler’s Victims

Investigative journalist Fred Rosen interviews a woman who was close to one of the Strangler’s earliest victims: Oliver LeBanks. 

By Fred Rosen

Born Bad: 10 Books About Evil Children

Are there really evil kids? These books might alter your family plans.

By The Lineup Staff

Rajneeshpuram: A Shocking Look at the Creepy Commune Featured in Wild Wild Country

In My Life in Orange, a former Rajneeshee writes about his childhood as a member of the infamous sex cult.

By Olivia Mason

[CLOSED] Win Two Chilling True Crime Books

Enter for a chance to win copies of "Evil Angels" and "The Boston Strangler."

By The Lineup Staff

Lawrence Singleton: The Mad Chopper Who Was Released From Prison and Became a Murderer

True crime author Fred Rosen recounts how a hatchet-wielding maniac nearly got away with murder.

By Fred Rosen

The Perfect Psychopath: Dr. Petiot’s Heinous Crimes During World War II

The doctor claimed to have killed 63 people under the guise of helping them escape Nazi-occupied France.

By Thomas Maeder

[CLOSED] GIVEAWAY: Win This Terrifying Horror Book Bundle

Enter for your chance to win a horror book bundle, featuring Joe Hill's latest book and more.

By The Lineup Staff

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