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    MISSING

    Though their cases may be decades old, new technology is helping ID 'Jane and John Does'

    New technology and volunteer groups are helping police identify decades-old John and Jane Does. Finding their identities helps bring closure to families.
    By Jason Collins
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    NEWS

    Hubris and search history: How the man who killed an Illinois college student was caught

    In 2017, a University of Illinois student went missing and was later declared dead. The suspect was caught because of an internet search history and his own bragging.
    By Jason Collins
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    GANGSTERS

    A juvenile fight leads to a moniker for life: How Sammy 'The Bull' got his nickname

    Sammy "The Bull" Gravano is a famous mobster who was known for killing and ties to John Gotti. But, do you know the story about how he got his nickname?
    By Jason Collins
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    SERIAL KILLERS

    Copycat killers: When famous murders become inspiration for other killings

    Copycat killers are uncommon, but here are some cases of people finding inspiration in other murderers. Could social media lead to an increase in these cases?
    By Jason Collins
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    COLD CASES

    The Delphi Murders — what's the delay in solving the Indiana double murder case

    Police in Indiana continue to investigate the Delphi murders of two teenagers. But, has being tight-lipped about details of the case hurt efforts to find the killer?
    By Jason Collins
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    SERIAL KILLERS

    Angels of death: When healthcare professionals turn to murder it leaves a trail of blood

    When nurses and doctors turn to murder, it often leaves a shocked nation and a trail of murder. Here are cases of serial killers among health professionals.
    By Jason Collins
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    SERIAL KILLERS

    The story behind early serial killers The Bender Family and the ties to 'Little House on the Prairie'

    "The Little Hosue on the Prairie" is one of the classic pieces of American writing, but did you know there is a tie to the early serial killers the Bender Family?
    By Jason Collins
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    FEATURES

    Keeping a piece of the murder: Eerie 'trophies' collected by serial killers

    Some serial killers have kept trophies of their murders. Here are the stories of some killers, the items they kept and why some experts believe some need memories of their actions.
    By Jason Collins
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    CELEBRITY JUSTICE

    Is Stockholm Syndrome real? The legacy of Patty Hearst and the Symbionese Liberation Army

    Patty Hearst was abducted in 1974 and later seen helping the group that kidnapped her. Some blamed Stockholm Syndrome, but how much of it is real?
    By Jason Collins
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    FEATURES

    The woodchipper murder: How the effort to cover up a killing both disgusts and impresses

    Helle Crafts' murder has gained fame for the way her husband tried to cover it up by putting her through a woodchipper. Here is the story of their lives and her death.
    By Jason Collins
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    SERIAL KILLERS

    You Are What You Eat: Cannibal serial killers in real life and in media are almost always compared to one character

    Cannibal serial killers are the worst murderers many can think of, but they are rare. Whether in real life or TV they are almost always compared to one character, Hannibal Lector.
    By Jason Collins
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    SERIAL KILLERS

    How a neighborhood might have been notorious serial killer Jack the Ripper's best accomplice

    Jack the Ripper killed five people in London in the 19th Century, but his story lives on years after he died without his identity known. Here's how a neighborhood might have helped.
    By Jason Collins
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    FEATURES

    Sex, mutilation murder: The details of a killing in Japan keep it in the spotlight even 100 years later

    Convicted murderer Sada Abe reached celebrity status in Japan because of how she killed. It's a story of sex and a man being mutilated. Here are the details of her crime.
    By Jason Collins
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    FEATURES

    RASPUTIN’S MURDER: HOW MUCH IS TRUE AND HOW MANY TIMES CAN ONE MAN DIE?

    Rasputin, the "Mad Monk of Russia," is a notorious political figure in the early 20th Century. He was murdered, but just how much of how he was killed is true?
    By Jason Collins
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    WHAT TO WATCH & LISTEN TO

    'IT WAS EVIL': INVESTIGATORS TALKS ABOUT BRUTAL, SATANIC KILLINGS AHEAD OF NEW TRUE CRIME DOCUMENTARY

    One of the investigators or the brutal, satanic murders in Fall River, Massachusetts, recalls the case ahead of a new EPIX True Crime doc.
    By Jason Collins
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    FEATURES

    THE UNTOLD STORY OF PEDRO RODRIGUES, THE MAN WHO CLAIMED TO KILL MORE THAN 100 PEOPLE. VIGILANTE OR SERIAL KILLER?

    Have you heard of Pedro Rodrigues, the man dubbed the "killer of killers" in Brazil? Here is the untold story of the man who may have killed more than 100.
    By Jason Collins
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    SERIAL KILLERS

    UNITED IN MAYHEM: HOW MARTHA BECK AND RAYMOND FERNANDEZ BECAME THE LONELY HEARTS KILLERS

    You may have heard of the "Lonely Hearts Killers," but did you know about the trauma they experienced early in life that might have contributed to their killing spree?
    By Jason Collins
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    FEATURES

    THE STORY OF THE LIZZIE BORDEN MURDERS — ONE OF AMERICA'S EARLIEST CAPTIVATING CASES

    Lizzie Borden was accused of murdering her parents in Massachusetts in the 19th Century. Her case became one of the first notable trials in the U.S.
    By Jason Collins
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    SERIAL KILLERS

    THE STORY BEHIND EARLY AMERICAN SERIAL KILLER'S "MURDER CASTLE" — DID IT EVEN EXIST?

    By Jason Collins
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