10 Serial Killers Who Were Never Caught
The killers behind these terrifying crimes remain unidentified to this day.
The "Ogress of Reading" was rumored to be responsible for the deaths of 400 children.
The secret locked in her mansion attic was so vile, it inspired centuries of ghost stories, crime books, and even a character on American Horror Story.
Up to 200 victims may have died at his 1890's Chicago "Murder Castle."
After more than 130 years, the Ripper's identity may have finally been revealed.
Go inside the controversial murder that shined an unforgiving light on the American conscience.
The four-year-old's 1874 disappearance was America’s first widely publicized kidnapping for ransom.
She knew her son was missing, but the police didn't believe her. Then they unearthed the brutal truth.
They found the first body stuffed inside the church library's closet. Then a second body turned up...
On a cold January morning, John Hoskins slaughtered three members of his family.
Barbara Forrest and Mary Ashford lived in different centuries, but they died in chillingly similar ways.
"Little House on the Prairie" could have been a lot more twisted.
Investigators uncovered a truly disturbing scene...
Walburga's bizarre love affair cost her husband his life.
Did you know that Laura Palmer's death was inspired by a real-life murder case?
A dearth of usable cadavers in the Victorian era fueled the lucrative body-snatching industry. Here are five gruesome tales of those who dug up graves for profit.