The Story Of Henri Landru, France’s Charming Bluebeard Serial Killer
French charmer and serial killer Henri Landru got his nickname from the old French folktale of Bluebeard.
How Calvin Graham Became World War II’s Youngest Decorated Veteran
Through some cunning lies, Calvin Graham is the youngest confirmed soldier to serve in WWII.
The Story Of Michael Rockefeller And The Cannibals Behind His Disappearance
“Now this is wild and somehow more remote country than what I have ever seen before.”
The Bizzarre And Terribly Executed Kidnapping Of Frank Sinatra Jr.
Frank Sinatra Jr. was held hostage for just over two days before the kidnappers became anxious, and set him free before retrieving their ransom.
The Story Of The Acid Bath Killer Is Just As Gruesome As His Nickname Suggests
Long before Walter White dissolved bodies in bathtubs, John George Haigh used sulphuric acid to cover up his crimes.
The Horrific Survival Tale Of The 11-Year-Old Girl Who Was Orphaned At Sea
Due to a murderous plot, 11-year old Terry Jo Duperrault spent 84 grueling hours alone at sea until she was rescued.
Oskar Dirlewanger — The Nazi Who Even Other Nazis Thought Was Cruel And Depraved
One historian has called him "an expert in extermination and a devotee of sadism and necrophilia."
Vlad The Impaler Was Much Worse Than Dracula Ever Was
The legend of a vampire Count living in gloomy foothills of Transylvania stems from the real, bloody life of Vlad Dracula.
The Story Of Serial Killer David Parker Ray And His “Toy Box”
Outside Truth or Consequences, N.M., David Parker Ray is believed to have tortured and killed over 50 women in his soundproof trailer.
7 Chilling Cold Cases Where The Murderer And Victim Were Both Unknown
From a boy in a box to a woman stuffed inside a tree trunk, the murderers and victims in these perplexing cold cases remain unknown.
Mad Jack Churchill: WWII’s Bagpipe Playing And Sword Wielding Badass
From motorcycle adventurer to Nazi hunter to surfer, Mad Jack Churchill lived quite the life.