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The Craigslist Killer: A Charming Medical Student Turned Murderer

Philip Markof, an all-American guy who "wouldn’t hurt a fly", had an intense desire to tie up and kill women.

By Jessica Ferri

11 True Crime Books for Ann Rule Fans

Add these books about disturbing cases to your list.

By The Lineup Staff

33 Books About the World’s Most Famous Serial Killers

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

By Sarah Mangiola

Theresa Knorr: The Mother Who Burned Her Daughter Alive

In the 1980s, Theresa Knorr brutally murdered her two daughters—with the help of her sons.

By The Lineup Staff

Inside John Wayne Gacy Jr.'s Real Life Murder House

Enter the basement of America's Killer Clown, one of the most notorious serial killers in history.

By The Lineup Staff

The Terrifying Truth About Serial Killer Belle Gunness

Workers turned their attention to the hog pen, where they unearthed a grisly scene...

By Matthew Thompson

The Unsolved Vigilante Murder of Ken McElroy

Decades later, the question remains: Who pulled the trigger?

By Orrin Grey

The Story of the Alday Murders is a Horror Film Come to Life

In 1973, a group of prison escapees committed one of the bloodiest massacres in Georgia history.

By Olivia Mason

8 Books Like Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil

From small-town crime thrillers to non-fiction novels...

By Jessica Ferri

8 True Crime Books About Terrifying Mothers

Chocolates and flowers might not satisfy these vicious “caretakers.”

By Sarah Mangiola

6 True Crime Books About Lesser-Known, Suspected Serial Killers

These serial killer cases–some of which remain unsolved–will haunt your dreams.

By Jessica Ferri

Holiday Horror: Frozen and Buried in Wisconsin

On December 25, 1977, a man confessed to burying a naked body in a Madison snowbank.

By The Lineup Staff

‘Tis the Season for . . . Murder: 9 Winter True Crime Books That Will Give You the Chills

Nothing says "Happy Holidays!" like these tales of greed, betrayal, and stone cold murder.

By Julia Tabas

The Chilling Case of the Claus Von Bülow Affair

Bad tidings bring the holiday to a halt when a Danish noble allegedly attempts to murder his socialite wife. Twice.

By DeAnna Janes

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

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