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Lawrence Singleton: The Mad Chopper Who Was Released From Prison and Became a Murderer

True crime author Fred Rosen recounts how a hatchet-wielding maniac nearly got away with murder.

By Fred Rosen

[CLOSED] Win Four True Crime Books from The Lineup

You'll want to add these haunting reads to your collection.

By The Lineup Staff

11 Terrifying True Stories of Killers Who Knew Their Victims

You’ll be sleeping with one eye open after reading this ...

By Jessica Ferri

9 Best True Crime Books of 2017

These true crime tales had us obsessed in 2017.

By Jessica Ferri

Unsolved Murder: Did Alaskan Serial Killer Robert Hansen Kill Beth van Zanten?

Though Robert Hansen admitted to murdering seventeen people, Beth van Zanten was not one of them.

By Leland E. Hale

Did Dr. Sam Sheppard Murder His Wife?

Most doctors are known for the lives they save. Sheppard is remembered for the life he was accused of ending.

By The Lineup Staff

A Death in White Bear Lake: The Child Abuse Case That Led to Murder

The suspicious death of Dennis Jurgens wasn’t properly investigated for 20 years.

By Sarah Mangiola

And Then There Were None: The Family Annihilator Who Killed for Attention

Did Jack Barron kill his entire family to gain sympathy from others?

By Olivia Mason

9 Books for Fans of Law & Order True Crime 

Murder, betrayal, and scandal create the perfect recipe for great television.

By Sarah Mangiola

Randy Roth: The Wife Killer Who Almost Got Away With Murder

When Randy Roth’s fourth wife Cynthia died in an “accidental drowning,” police looked into his suspicious past and were shocked by what they found.

By Sarah Mangiola

Deadly Greed: Charles Stuart Killed His Wife and Their Unborn Child for the Insurance Money

The father-to-be shot his wife and then himself to make it look like a botched robbery-murder.

By Sarah Mangiola

House of Horrors: The Heinous Crimes of Fred and Rosemary West

The murderous duo killed at least nine people together between their meeting in 1969 and their eventual arrest in 1994.

By Sarah Mangiola

7 Chilling Books About Real-Life Kidnappings

These true stories recount some of the world’s most shocking cases.

By Sarah Mangiola

What Really Happened to Elizabeth Canning? 

As the investigation into her kidnapping unfolded, some details just didn’t add up…

By Sarah Mangiola

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