One of Canada’s youngest serial killers stalked The Highway of Tears in British Columbia.
Cheryl Pierson was subected to sexual abuse at the hands of her father. When he threatened her younger sister, she snapped.
What constitutes as mentally ill in the eyes of the law? How insane does one have to be to avoid being executed?
In 2012, Sheboygan County was rocked by the brutal murder of a 78-year-old great grandmother. Even more shocking was the revelation of who had perpetrated the murder.
The “Lobster Boy” was a sadistic man that tormented and abused his family for a prolonged period. Eventually, his wife snapped.
In 1944, American socialite and oil heiress, 20-year-old Georgette Elise Bauerdorf, was brutally murdered in her lavish West Hollywood apartment.
14-year-old Elizabeth Shoaf was abducted and held hostage in an underground bunker by a sex offender.
This Texas mother was prepared to go to extreme lengths to see her daughter become a cheerleader.
The shocking story of a crime journalist that wrote about his own serial killings, eventually leading to his downfall.
Unsolved mass murders are relatively rare; a mass murder leaves more room for the killer to slip up and leave behind damning evidence. Nevertheless, they do exist and here we share some of the most chilling.