After his crimes were discovered, the serial killer Marcel Petiot grew a beard and joined the police using the alias, Captain Valeri. “Valeri” was assigned to find Marcel Petiot until someone...
In 1966, Richard Speck committed one of the most horrifying mass murders in American history when he brutalized and killed eight student nurses living on Chicago's South Side.
FAITH HEALER LEFT HEADLESS: A True Crime Tale by Jim Linderman
In 1932, according to an AP wire story which ran in several newspapers, including places as far afield as Sarasota, Florida and Spokane, Washington, Robert Harris, a negro and leader of a religious...
America's Youngest Serial Killers: Craig Price
Craig Price, the Warwick slasher, is one of America's youngest serial killers in history. He began killing people in his neighborhood in Warwick, Rhode Island at the age of 13. He was charged and convicted of 4 murders and is scheduled for release in the year 2020.
Why do police want to hide the secrets of Elsie's unsolved murder
The case files relating to the murder of 14-year-old Elsie Frost in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, in 1965, which are in the National archive in Kew, have been sealed until 2060.
Jim Jones was the cult leader of the Peoples Temple who led more than 900 followers in a mass suicide known as the Jonestown Massacre. Learn more at Biography.com.
Now I know Bamber did it, says crime writer Carol Ann Lee
It is nearly three decades since the notorious murders at White House Farm – the killing of three generations of a single family in rural Essex that shocked Britain.
Together, the Briley brothers and their teenage accomplice, Duncan Eric Meekins, killed at least 11 people in the Richmond area in 1979. Authorities believe they might have killed or severely injured as many as 20 people.