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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.

by DeAnna Janes

Lori Erica Ruff: The Woman Without an Identity

After Lori Erica Ruff's death, Blake Ruff realized his wife was a complete stranger.

by Stephanie Weber

Above Suspicion: The Disturbing Story of the FBI Agent Who Strangled His Informant

After strangling his informant—who was pregnant with his child—Mark Putnam became the first active FBI agent convicted of murder.

by The Lineup Staff

The Brutal Crimes of Mass Murderer Richard Speck

What began as a robbery turned into something far more horrific...

by Catherine Phelan

10 Books Like In Cold Blood

The groundbreaking "nonfiction novel" changed the world of true crime—and inspired a legion of killer books.

by Olivia Mason

5 Killer Couples That Make Us Want To Die Alone

Heaven is not a place on earth with these creepy couples. 

by Grazia Rutherford-Swan

The Mysterious Circumstances of Natalie Wood’s Death

Her overt fear of water, the fact that she was found in her nightgown, and an argument between her husband and alleged lover raised more questions than answers.

by The Lineup Staff

Unsung Horrors: 10 Underrated True Crime Books

You don't want to miss these exceptional true crime books.

by Jessica Ferri

High School Homicide: The Murder Trial of Pamela Smart

A student-teacher affair turned deadly when Pamela Smart’s lover murdered her husband. Was the lustful instructor behind the execution?

by Grace Srinivasiah

The Manson Family and the Gruesome Murder of Sharon Tate

The cult's brutal slaying of Sharon Tate in August of 1969 marked the end of an era.

by Jessica Ferri

Serial Killer Survivors: 5 People Who Lived to Tell Terrifying Tales

Imagine beating the odds after being attacked by one of America's most notorious serial killers. These five victims lived to tell about the tale.

by Catherine Phelan

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

Cropsey: A Terrifying Urban Legend Brought to Life by One Man

“Cropsey” haunted the children of Staten Island in their nightmares. Andre Rand hunted them in real life.

by The Lineup Staff

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