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Steel Yourself for a Scream-Worthy Fall with Travel Channel's Ghostober

Travel Channel’s Ghostober proves the month of Halloween is not for the faint of heart.

By Catherine Phelan

Los Feliz Murder House: The L.A. Dream Home That Turned into a Nightmare

It was an enviable abode—until Harold Perelson turned it into a house of horrors.

By Chris Mahon

10 Must-Read Jack the Ripper Books

His true identity remains unknown to this day.

By Orrin Grey

Judith Ann Neelley: The Teen Bride Turned Cold-Blooded Murderer

Judith Ann was just 15 years old when she married known criminal Alvin Neelley. Together, they soon set out on a depraved crime spree.

By Paola Crespo & Shabana Bachu

Gaslight Murder: 12 Gripping Victorian True Crime Books

The truth is grislier than fiction in these real-life accounts of mystery and murder from the Victorian era.

By Elisabeth Tilstra & Shabana Bachu

Chasing Darkness: How True Crime Writer Billy Jensen Started Solving Murders

"This time was going to be different. I was going to solve the crime myself."

By Matthew Thompson

50 Years Later: 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

13 Chilling True Crime Books About California Murders

The stars may come out at night. But so does the darkness.

By The Lineup Staff

Sleep, My Child, Forever: The Mother Who Killed Her Own Children for Insurance Money

Behind the maternal facade was a cold-blooded killer whose get-rich scheme cost her children their lives.

By Jessica Ferri

13 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 & Xavier Piedra

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 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 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

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

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