What really happened on that fateful June night in 1992?
In 1946, a sadistic killer dressed in a white mask terrorized the small town of Texarkana at night.
By Orrin Grey
A perimeter search revealed blood stains in the yard, and bloody prints on the nearby garage.
Pauline Picard’s family thought their missing daughter had come back home—then a body was discovered.
Barbara Forrest and Mary Ashford lived in different centuries, but they died in chillingly similar ways.
These chilling unsolved mysteries will give you the creeps.
By Abbey White
The cases that haunt us...
By Aliza Polkes
In 1587, a group of men, women, and children settled on Roanoke Island ... only to vanish without a trace.
Aside from the family cat, the Patterson household was eerily devoid of life.
The enigma of Kaspar Hauser began on May 26,1828 when a teenage boy dressed in shabby clothes stumbled into the town of Nuremberg, Germany. No one knew it yet, but this strange boy would come to dominate local folklore and confound historians for decades.
By Jess Pagan
Could the two men behind the infamous Clutter family murders have killed the Walkers as well?
By Orrin Grey
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.
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.