Joy Davis Aylor was angry about her her husband's affair, so she hired a man to kill the woman and later attempted to kill the man she claimed to love.
Do serial killers hide amidst the big rigs on our country's highways? Tammy Jo Zywicki was found murdered in 1992, when a trucker stopped to help her fix her car. Twenty-eight years later, police are no closer to finding her killer.
Here is a summary of the pros and cons of the death penalty, and an opportunity for readers to share their views.
Deborah Poe was working the night shift and vanished in February 1990. Her disappearance has mystified police for 30 years.
While women across the country regularly go jogging and biking alone, there are some who have never come home.
Nobody left Bart Corbin alive. In 1989, he murdered a girlfriend. In 2004, he murdered his wife Jennifer Corbin before she divorced him.
A child is buried alive and encased in concrete. Over ten years later, the murder of Nevaeh Buchanan has baffled police, leaving the community traumatized and frustrated.
Ted Bundy confessed to killing over 30 women, however, experts agree the number may be as high as 100. Some remain missing.
This article provides a list of some of the most notorious serial killers in the history of the United States. Body counts weren't emphasized in this story, instead the infamous nature of these dastardly criminals.
A Texas mother moves to a small town outside of Barstow, California, and vanishes. Do the answers to her mysterious disappearance lay in the mines of the Mojave desert?
The Tate-LaBianca murders shocked the nation. Fifty years later, Leno and Rosemary LaBianca are the forgotten victims of the Manson Family.
Karlie Guse feared for her life prior to her mysterious disappearance on October 13, 2018. What happened in the small town of Chalfant Valley at the base of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in eastern California?
Ted Bundy's reign of terror may have begun during his teenage years with a many as a 100 murders, experts say. Lynda Ann Healy was one of his victims.
Jacob Ade with members of his family, and a young family friend, were murdered near Nashville, Tennessee in March of 1897. Many men were tried for the crime with one dying in jail of tuberculosis. The records of the investigation were destroyed long ago and the crime has never been officially solved