Murder and Mayhem
Investigates Aaron Hernandez's first-degree murder conviction and the mystery of his own shocking and untimely death.
How the FBI ultimately caught Israel Keyes, one of the most ambitious and terrifying serial killers in modern history.
A black detective in Colorado Springs goes undercover as a white member of the Ku Klux Klan in 1978.
A journalist's twenty-year fascination with the Manson murders leads to shocking new revelations about the FBI's involvement.
This true tale illuminates a serial killer who used the 1893 World's Fair to lure his victims to their deaths.
A book about how the story of one crime was constructed and how we grapple with our own personal histories.
An examination of how victims of rape become the subjects of investigation by unbelieving members of law enforcement.
The remarkable true story of a flute-playing, fly-tying, feather-stealing young man who broke into a museum to steal rare bird specimens.
Five devastating human stories and a dark and moving portrait of Victorian London.
Details Harper Lee's research into the case of Reverend Willie Maxwell, who was accused of murder before being killed himself.
The unforgettable story of a rags-to-riches entrepreneur, a long-forgotten heroine, and the excesses of the Jazz Age.
Discover the facts surrounding the disappearance of Susan Powell, her deviant father-in-law, and the tragic death of her young sons.
A journalist who created the popular website TrueCrimeDiary.com was determined to find the violent psychopath she called "the Golden State Killer."
John Douglas opens his case files from interviews with four notorious killers and reveals his profiling process.
A reporter who covered the abduction of two sisters in 1975 returns to the case after it's solved in 2013.
Skillfully woven, this intriguing tale of murder in an old Southern town is filled with colorful characters and unexpected twists.
Mark Hofmann, counterfeiter of treasured LDS documents, detonated two bombs in Salt Lake City to eliminate witnesses of his scheme.
Elizabeth Kendall's 1981 memoir detailing her six-year relationship with serial killer Ted Bundy updated and expanded.
The twisting road that led to the reopening of four infamous killings from the days of the civil rights movement.
Interrogates the appeal of true crime through four narratives of fixation.