Serial killers come in all shapes and sizes. These two individuals—Mary Bell and Jesse Pomeroy happen to be children, murdering their victims without remorse or fear of consequences.
Fairfield University student Mark Steven Fisher was looking for a fun night out in Manhattan with friends, but he had a little too much to drink, met a girl he liked, and followed her to a party
Fred Tokars knew his wife was ready to divorce him and he feared she'd expose all of his dirty secrets, so he hired one of his clients to make sure she didn't.
It can happen anywhere. Heinous murders can and do occur in the unlikeliest of towns across America. It does not need to be in the streets of New York; it can happen in the smallest of towns.
In the 1980's, California was not immune to problems, but they seemed to compound themselves during that decade. Here is a true story of a young man that quickly took the road to ruin and hit the point of no return.
What would you do if your mother or daughter, your sister or friend was murdered and the police refused to arrest her killers? For one North Carolina family, that tragedy became reality in 2009.
Identity theft happens to other people, right? Not true. This is what happened when I posted the wrong picture online.
They have married for love but they murdered their wives for money.
Clara Harris was outraged when she learned her husband was cheating with his receptionist. Days later she would make international headlines for murder.
Even as a youth, Dillinger learned what it was like to be on the wrong side of the tracks. Was he destined for a future of crime? You bet he was!