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Was Marilyn Monroe’s Death Really a Suicide?

Though we may never know exactly what happened in the starlet’s home the night she died, coroner Thomas T. Noguchi sheds light on the controversial case.

By Sara Barry

How the Pierre Hotel Robbery Went Off Without a Hitch but Then Ended in Tragedy

They thought they hit the jackpot…but it came with a terrible price.

By Orrin Grey

6 True Crime Reads About Serial Killers on Campus

The semester from hell doesn’t even begin to describe it for these students.

By DeAnna Janes

Kitty Genovese: The Woman Who Was Stabbed to Death While Witnesses Did Nothing

In 1964, the Queens resident’s murder shocked the nation when it was revealed that neighbors did nothing to help the dying woman.

By The Lineup Staff

8 Freaky Reads for Fans of “The Silence of the Lambs”

These chilling tales pair well with fava beans and a nice Chianti.

By The Lineup Staff

Mystery on the Isles of Shoals: Uncovering the Truth Behind the Smuttynose Ax Murders of 1873

On an icy March morning in 1873, horror struck the Isles of Shoals when two women were murdered during a home invasion. But was the man convicted truly responsible?

By Sarah Mangiola

8 Most Disturbing True Crime Books

These true crime accounts are the stuff of nightmares.

By Jessica Ferri

9 Little-Known Facts About John Wayne Gacy

John Wayne Gacy AKA "The Killer Clown" raped and murdered at least 33—crimes he died for in 1994. These are the rarely-discussed details of his life.

By Aliza Polkes

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