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Bodies on the Hill: The Enduring Mystery of the Lead Masks Case

Their corpses were dressed in matching suits with homemade lead masks draped over their eyes...

By Orrin Grey

The Disappearance of Charley Ross

In 1874, little Charley Ross followed two strangers into a buggy and vanished from the streets of Philadelphia, never to be seen again.

By Steven Casale

Star Wars ’76: Who Killed Tom Bush?

In the 1970s, Fred and Tom were two ambitious film students catching an advance screening of Star Wars. But their high times were about to come crashing down...

By Fred Rosen

Who Killed Karen Silkwood?

She fought to expose the hazardous conditions of the Kerr-McGee nuclear facility—and just may have paid for it with her life.

By Grace Srinivasiah

Cold, Starving, and Alone: The Lost Franklin Expedition

In 1845, the doomed Franklin expedition set sail for the Northwest Passage, never to be seen again.

By Elisabeth Tilstra

FBI Names Person of Interest in 1989 Disappearance of Jacob Wetterling

In 1989, Jacob Wetterling vanished without a trace. 26 years later, authorities have finally announced a person of interest in the case.

By Crime Feed

Skinwalker Ranch: Utah’s Hotbed of Paranormal Activity

This lonely ranch in Utah is haunted by ghostly voices, strange sightings, and UFO encounters.

By Elisabeth Tilstra

13 Spooky & Unexplained Disappearances

From the first colonists in North Carolina to former Teamster leader Jimmy Hoffa, help us solve the most puzzling vanishings in history.

By Creepy Catalog

The Sinister Mystery of the Circleville Letter Writer

For years, the residents of an Ohio town were plagued by messages that revealed their darkest secrets.

By Stephanie Almazan

Cold Case Sleuths: An Interview with the CCIRI

Meet the mind behind the Cold Case Investigative Research Institute, a real-life detective club that tackles unsolved murders throughout history.

By The Lineup Staff

The Villisca Axe Murders

On a quiet summer night in Iowa, eight people were bludgeoned to death while they slept in their beds.

By The Lineup Staff

Cold Case: The Somerton Man

He's one of the most famous figures in Australian history ... only because police can't figure out who he was or what happened to him.

By The Lineup Staff

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