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What Really Happened to Elizabeth Canning?

As the investigation into her New Year's Day kidnapping unfolded, some details just didn’t add up…

By Sarah Mangiola

Claus Von Bülow: The Danish-British Socialite Who Was Convicted and then Cleared of Trying to Murder His Wife

Bad tidings bring the holidays to a halt when a Danish-British socialite is suspected of attempting to murder his wife. Twice.

By DeAnna Janes

Holiday Horror: Frozen and Buried in Wisconsin

On December 25, 1977, a man confessed to burying a naked body in a Madison snowbank.

By The Lineup Staff

‘Tis the Season for Murder: 17 Winter True Crime Books That Will Give You the Chills

Nothing says "Happy Holidays!" like these tales of greed, betrayal, and stone cold murder.

By Julia Tabas & Kelsey McConnell

32 Most Horrifying Serial Killer Books

Get ready to see the darkest side of humanity.

By MacKenzie Stuart

12 True Crime Books for Hardcore Fans of Last Podcast on the Left

Rise from your grave! These chilling true crime reads will take you deep down the rabbit hole…

By Orrin Grey

Linda Wolfe: The Author Behind the Definitive Book on The Preppy Killer

Meet Linda Wolfe, the critically acclaimed journalist whose true crime reporting includes a searing account on Robert Chambers.

By Orrin Grey

Gaslight Murder: 12 Gripping Victorian True Crime Books

The truth is grislier than fiction in these real-life accounts of mystery and murder from the Victorian era.

By Elisabeth Tilstra & Shabana Bachu

A Death in Canaan: Why Did Peter Reilly Confess to His Mother’s Brutal Murder?

Years later, evidence proved Reilly innocent. Why confess to a crime he didn't commit?

By Matthew Blackburn

13 True Crime Books for Fans of Mindhunter

Peer into the dark corners of the human mind.

By Dave Adams

13 Chilling True Crime Books About California Murders

The stars may come out at night. But so does the darkness.

By The Lineup Staff

Sleep, My Child, Forever: The Mother Who Killed Her Own Children for Insurance Money

Behind the maternal facade was a cold-blooded killer whose get-rich scheme cost her children their lives.

By Jessica Ferri

Frozen with Fear: John Famalaro and the Horrific Murder of Denise Huber

In 1991, 23-year-old Denise Huber went missing. Three years later, her handcuffed corpse was found inside a freezer.

By Shannon Raphael

Before the Lindbergh Kidnapping, There Was the Abduction of Charley Ross

The four-year-old's 1874 disappearance was America’s first widely publicized kidnapping for ransom.

By Allison Wild

Sean Vincent Gillis: The "Pure Evil" Killer Who Mutilated His Victims

Did the Louisiana serial killer ever truly regret brutally murdering eight women?

By Olivia Mason

Betty Lou Beets: The Black Widow of Texas

Irene Pence's Buried Memories tells the story of the Texas husband-killer whose crimes resulted in her execution.

By Olivia Mason

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