6 True-Crime Books About Killer Doctors
From Nazi nut-sos to commonplace quacks, these monsters of malpractice have but one diagnosis in mind: death.
Glimpse a top New York justice’s sociopathic alter ego and the sordid affair he kept private in Linda Wolfe’s Double Life.
And it only took 70 years for a court to decide 14-year-old George Stinney Jr. didn't actually commit the murders he was electrocuted for.
In 1940s Africa, Josslyn Hay slept with the wrong woman and ended up dead. More than 70 years later, theories about the murderer are still emerging.
In 1958, Johnny Stompanato was stabbed to death in Lana Turner's Beverly Hills home. Was this a case of tinsel town murder or justifiable homicide?
Identical twins and doctors Stewart and Cyril Marcus did everything together ... including dying in a most mysterious fashion.
You won't want to go to sleep after reading these disturbing tales of murder.
Cult leader Magdalena Solís convinced illiterate villagers she was a reincarnated goddess – then slaughtered her dissenters in brutal blood sacrifices.
Cross-dressing businessman Robert Durst ran from authorities after he killed his neighbor ... and possibly others.