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Phantom Killer: The Unsolved Mystery of the Texarkana Murders

In 1946, a sadistic killer dressed in a white mask terrorized the small town of Texarkana at night.

By Orrin Grey

The Babysitter Who Vanished: What Happened to Evelyn Hartley?

A perimeter search revealed blood stains in the yard, and bloody prints on the nearby garage.

By Gary Sweeney

Pauline Picard: The Unending Mystery of a Little Girl’s Disappearance

Pauline Picard’s family thought their missing daughter had come back home—then a body was discovered.

By The Lineup Staff

The Erdington Murders: Two Eerily Similar Slayings—157 Years Apart

Barbara Forrest and Mary Ashford lived in different centuries, but they died in chillingly similar ways.

By The Lineup Staff

Norway’s Greatest Mystery: The Isdal Woman

The mysterious death of Norway's Isdal Woman continues to transfix investigators across the globe.

By Matthew Thompson

8 Strange, Unsolved Crimes That Are Sure to Haunt You

These chilling unsolved mysteries will give you the creeps.

By Abbey White

America’s First Mystery: The Lost Colony of Roanoke

In 1587, a group of men, women, and children settled on Roanoke Island ... only to vanish without a trace three years later.

By Steven Casale

The Chilling, Unsolved Disappearance of William and Margaret Patterson

Aside from the family cat, the Patterson household was eerily devoid of life.

By Gary Sweeney

5 Creepy Disappearances That No One Can Explain

These bizarre cases will send a chill down your spine.

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Murder in the Ozarks: Who Killed Rebekah Gould?

Her death remains one of the most mystifying cold cases in the state of Arkansas.

By Catherine Townsend

In Cold Blood: The Brutal 1959 Murder of the Walker Family

Could the two men behind the infamous Clutter family murders have killed the Walkers as well?

By Orrin Grey

The Bizarre Death of Elisa Lam

Elisa Lam's final moments continue to mystify.

By Jessica Ferri

A Body In the Water: Who Killed Little Lord Fauntleroy?

In 1921, the body of a boy, dubbed "Little Lord Fauntleroy," was found floating in a Wisconsin quarry pond. Evidence suggested his death was not accidental.

By Gary Sweeney

Belle Gunness: The Black Widow of the Midwest Who Lured Numerous Victims to Their Deaths

Belle Gunness lured numerous suitors to her Indiana murder farm, where she killed them in cold blood and dumped their bodies in a hog pen.

By Steven Casale

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