Bright and cheerful 13-year-old murdered in cold blood by 14 year-old-boy in St. John’s County, FL.
Missoula County, MT – Thirty-six years after a woman’s remains were discovered in Missoula County, Montana, authorities have been able to identify her as 23-year-old Janet Lee Lucas from Spokane.
True Crime lovers, Netflix has just released a contender for your new addiction – The Sons of Sam: A Descent into Darkness.
MMNster’s, read all about why David Jackson soon became one of my top three true crime writers.
New podcasts climb onto the trending charts every day and it can be hard to keep track of the new shows that you want to try out. However, MurderMurder News has you covered: if you’re into subtle comedy, thoroughly researched investigative endeavors, and captivating story-telling, then these eight podcasts are the best true crime shows for you to binge right now.
“L.A. Not So Confidential” is a not so typical true crime podcast. The hosts, Los Angeles-based psychologists Dr. Shiloh and Dr. Scott, examine cases through the lens of forensic psychology and offer their hot takes on all things crime with a little snark and a whole lot of criminal justice expertise.
If you’re anything like most true crime fans, once you read one astonishing detail about a serial killer, there is an urge to learn more. I cannot recall the number of times I have stayed up and researched countless serial killers just wanting to know every detail of their crimes. That’s when I stumbled upon Killer.Cloud, the Serial Killer Database.
After nearly one year in quarantine, the Zoom fatigue is really starting to set in— so why not spice up your virtual hang-outs with some challenging true crime trivia! Do you know all about the most infamous serial killers in history? What about the whacky headlines we see on the news today? Regardless of your knowledge base, this 20-question trivia set has everything a die-hard true crime fan could ask for.
Celebrate this year’s Palentine’s Day in the coolest way possible—virtually! Yeah, you read that right: staying at home and socially distanced from people outside of your bubble is all the rage these days, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a little fun during the holidays. All you have to do is send your true crime loving friends a Zoom invite and follow this Palentine’s Day guide!
The new Capitol Police Chief formally apologizes to Congress for the recent attack on American democracy.
Chief Yogananda Pittman recognizes the failures of her department on the Jan. 6 attack from Trump supporters. She admitted that two days before the attack, the department suspected a riot to happen. Pittman also admits that they “should have been more prepared,” according to NPR.
Growing up, professional wrestling was a childhood past time I would indulge in with my older brother. The colorful costumes, eccentric over the top and larger than life characters would suck us in week after week. We would parade around the house in makeshift wrestling gear and re-enact our favorite brawls to the best of our abilities. None of what happened on TV was real anyway, right?
Early Monday morning around 6:14 am Chino Police responded to a domestic disturbance call involving two female individuals. Officers at the scene found the 19-year-old victim Kaylie Cristobal of Moreno Valley, inflicted with stab wounds.
Take a break and fill out this wild Mad Libs story— you might just find that the truth is stranger than fiction!
If we can thank 2020 for anything, it’s the rise (and enduring existence) of TikTok. The social media platform has everything a true crime junkie could want: lots of pictures, quick facts, and the ability to go viral and effectively spread awareness of current cases. Here are the best true crime TikTok accounts for you to binge right now (plus a shameless plug)!
No matter how festive and joyous the occasion, Murderinos never stop fulfilling their insatiable hunger for true crime entertainment. Instead, they find themselves tuning into special holiday episodes of their favorite true crime podcasts, snuggling under a cozy blanket, and thoroughly spooking themselves whilst their less crime-savvy pals sing merry songs. To get ya’ll started on your holiday true crime journey, I’ve compiled a few of my favorite podcast episodes covering the infamous Lawson Family Murder case of 1929. Enjoy!