Serial killer Randall Woodfield murdered at least seven people throughout his Interstate 5 crime spree, targeting victims from Northern California to Washington.
In 1934, Dr. Robert Cornish became famous for conducting a series of scientific experiments in which, he said, he brought five dead dogs, all named Lazarus, back to life.
Judith Binnie thought her daughter’s husband, Patrick Smith, was a “decent guy” at first. When Amanda left her family’s home in Southern California to marry Patrick in Austin, Texas, she was skeptical, but accepted it.
Is there a serial killer stalking college-aged men? The FBI insists no one is drowning inebriated college males and leaving behind a painted smiley face where he dumps the bodies. But no matter how many times officials try to squelch the theory, the rumor of the Smiley Face Killer will not die. And the bodies keep cropping up.
The Missoula Mauler. Montana’s baby-faced killer. A serial sex murderer. These names all refer to one man– Wayne Nathan Nance.
A California man whose wife was killed in a hit-and-run may have tracked down the killer all by himself.
Civil rights campaigner Malcolm X died 55 years ago after he was gunned down on a stage at the Audubon Ballroom.
He never even had a chance!
Eight months after his mother was shot to death, Qaw’mane Wilson rolled up to a Chase bank in Chicago in his Ford Mustang.
If you’re a true crime aficionado, Into the Deep—a new Netflix documentary about Peter Madsen, the Danish inventor who murdered Swedish journalist Kim Wall that premiered at Sundance Film Festival—is going to be your next morbidly fascinating obsession.
Netflix gives us an unbelievable amount of content right at our fingertips. There’s really something for everyone. And for some, that “something” is delving into a revolting true crime story. If there’s one genre Netflix has in spades, it’s crime documentaries. They can’t churn out enough of it.
And what’s not to love? While it can be nice to lose yourself in a fantasy world for a few hours, other times you need a cold splash of reality. There are some really stellar feature-length crime documentaries on Netflix, but this list focuses on titles that include multiple episodes. From intriguing to shocking to downright disturbing, there’s a wide range of true crime content on Netflix that’s ripe for binging. Here are Netflix’s ten best true crime documentary series. Just a suggestion: You might wanna leave the lights on when watching.
Some of those dramatizations can get real intense!
A convicted serial killer who was just released from prison is moving to South Carolina.
As early as the 1800s, the United States has seen killers who murdered on a massive scale. Since then, the country has become captivated with true crime, particularly serial killers. Shows like Netflix’s “Mindhunter” or books like “I’ll be Gone in the Dark” try to get into the minds of these terrifying killers to learn about motives and tactics.
Here’s a list of men, women, and, yes, even families who were serial killers in every state across the United States.
Five persons allegedly involved in the murder of RTI activist Abhimanyu Panda at Baliguda in Odisha’s Kandhamal district on December 10 have been arrested by the police.
The 34-year-old is acting as unofficial mentor at HMP Woodhill, Buckinghamshire, after he reportedly renounced extremism last year. It is not yet clear if he and Khan did overlap.
The first one occurred 19 days into the new year when a man used an ax to kill four family members including his infant daughter. Five months later, 12 people were killed in a workplace shooting in Virginia.
The Tennessee man who was wanted in the fatal stabbings of the brother of San Francisco 49ers quarterback C.J. Beathard and another man was arrested on Wednesday, police announced.
A Minnesota woman has pleaded guilty to killing a Florida woman who prosecutors said was targeted because the two looked alike.