In 1977, three Girl Scouts were brutally murdered, and the only suspect was acquitted. Police hope new advancements in DNA technology will help identify a killer.
On a frigidly cold night in November 2015, Deanne Hastings vanished. Her disappearance would open a life struggling with bipolar and leave a family with many questions.
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.
Tiffany Daniels, a free-spirited young woman, vanished from a beach in Pensacola, Florida. Tips would lead her parents into the underbelly of human trafficking. What happened to Tiffany Daniels?
Here is a summary of the pros and cons of the death penalty, and an opportunity for readers to share their views.
Four children were abducted and murdered, all posed in the snow in Oakland County, Michigan. The police investigations were bungled from the start, and a killer still walks free.
A beautiful young woman, a disgraced army officer, a crow lying bloodied and lifeless in a country field and a green bicycle: the cast of one of the most intriguing and still unsolved mysteries in the annals of British crime history.
The Tate-LaBianca murders shocked the nation. Fifty years later, Leno and Rosemary LaBianca are the forgotten victims of the Manson Family.
A young man crashes his car in the remote desert and goes missing six years ago. Did Bryce Laspisa disappear on his own?
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.
On New Year's Eve 2020, someone wrote a cryptic message on a billboard of missing news anchor Jodi Huisentruit, who vanished in June of 1995. Were they sending a message to police investigators?
After Ruth Pelke was viciously murdered by 15-year-old Paula Cooper, Ruth’s grandson, Bill Pelke, forgave Cooper and fought against the sentence that made the teen the youngest inmate on death row.