On Valentine’s Day of 2000, 9-year-old Asha Degree packed her bags in the middle of the night and crept out the front door. To this day, she still remains missing.
11-year-old Yummy Sandifer lived a violent life and suffered a violent death. He became a symbol of the gang problem in America as well as the fault in the child services and juvenile justice system.
17-year-old Virginia Christian was the first and last female juvenile to be executed in the electric chair in 1912.
In Lost Girls: An Unsolved American Mystery, investigative reporter Robert Kolker details the still-unsolved case of the Long Island Serial Killer.
Mary Vincent was just 15-years-old when she was brutally attacked by Lawrence Singleton. He chopped off her arms, threw her from a cliff and left her for dead.
It was a gruesome and shocking crime that thrust the state of Connecticut into the national headlines and ultimately became the inspiration of the award-winning 1997 movie, Fargo.
The popularity of true crime documentaries is on the rise and shows no signs of slowing down any time soon. There is something fascinating – yet disturbing – about watching a true crime case unfold in front of your very eyes. Here we share 20 of the best true crime documentaries which can be watched on Netflix right now.
One of Canada’s youngest serial killers stalked The Highway of Tears in British Columbia.
Brandon Lawson disappeared after running out of gas along Highway 277 in Texas. Before his abandoned truck was found, he left a very disturbing 911 call.
Cheryl Pierson was subected to sexual abuse at the hands of her father. When he threatened her younger sister, she snapped.