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The Mystery of Sir Harry Whitecliffe, the Serial Killer Who May Never Have Been

“I was afraid that I would kill you,” the gentleman with a penchant for murder allegedly said.

The Woman With Many Faces: Who Was El Dorado Jane Doe?

A dive into the evidence only deepens the mystery.

The Shadowed City: In 1975, the Murder of Marcia Trimble Changed Nashville Forever

"Seven boxes of Girl Scout cookies were found near her left side."

“The Meg” Was Made After 20 Years Thanks to Online Fandom

The author of the original novel says “MEGheads” kept the flame.

6 Terrifying Unsolved Crimes You’ve Never Heard Of

Investigators don't even know where to begin with these unsettling mysteries.

Apple Makes History as the First-Ever Trillion Dollar Company

The company that Steve Jobs built grew from near-bankruptcy to this historic high mark.

Google Is Set to Launch a Censored Search Engine For China

"Dragonfly" has reportedly been in the works for over a year.

Dirty Cops: Police Officers Who Crossed the Thin Blue Line

When it comes to law enforcement, sometimes even the good guys go bad.

Police Capture Alleged Child-Killer Who Taunted Them for Decades

The murder of April Tinsley seemed unsolvable until DNA led to a break in the case.

The Current State of True Crime TV

Some of these shows are just awful, but the best ones stand out.

After 44 Years, DNA Solved the Satanic Murder of Arlis Perry. Was She the Only Victim?

Her assailant committed suicide. Police want to know if he was a serial killer.

The Mystery of Joseph Newton Chandler III

U.S. Marshals Service says a war hero spent his last 24 years living as someone else. Why?

Six Celebrities Who Committed Murder

Fame is no barrier to violent crime.

Plot Twist: The Strange Story of Douglas Parkhurst

He became a hero in the last moment of his life—but did he redeem himself?