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    SERIAL KILLERS

    He led police to the bodies left in abandoned Indiana houses. It confirmed he was a serial killer.

    Darren Vann was a serial killer who targeted sex workers in Indiana. He helped lead police to the bodies he left in abandoned homes after the murders.
    By Jean Campbell
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    SERIAL KILLERS

    Police in Mexico work to unearth how many serial killer murdered and buried in his home

    Authorities are working to determine the identities of the women found dismembered in the home of a serial killer known as Andres N. Police say he killed for decades.
    By Jean Campbell
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    CELEBRITY JUSTICE

    From fashion mogul to accused rapist in a jail cell: The rise and fall of Peter Nygard

    Peter Nygard was on top of the fashion world, but when allegations of rape started to surface it all came crashing down. Here's the story of the Candian who now sits in jail.
    By Jean Campbell
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    MISSING

    The boy who vanished from school and the search to find a trace of him years later

    Kyron Horman went missing from his Oregon school in 2010, and has not been seen search. Police continue to investigate as some suspect the stepmom or his abduction.
    By Jean Campbell
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    NEWS

    Child pornography charges filed against GOP national staffers: Feds

    Two GOP staffers have been charged in federal court in connection to a child pornography investigation. Prosecutors say the two participated in an online website.
    By Jean Campbell
  • serial killer cop florida victims gerard schaefer
    SERIAL KILLERS

    He wore the uniform of a cop. But, his true passion was being a serial killer.

    Gerard Schaefer might have killed and raped dozens of women in Florida. Though he worked for a short time as a cop and tried to be a priest.
    By Jean Campbell
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    SERIAL KILLERS

    Two killers hunted in Louisiana for years. They worked separately but terrorized together.

    Two serial killers worked in Louisana at the same time. While they killed separately, their cases are linked as they were ID'ed in the same investigation.
    By Jean Campbell
  • texas ranch torture murder drifter fpd
    NEWS

    The ranch from Hell: The story of a Texas family and how they escaped severe punishment for torture.

    In the 1980s, a Texas family was accused of torturing and murdering drifters at their Texas ranch. Here is their story and why they escaped significant punishment.
    By Jean Campbell
  • dna serial killer caught virginia victims
    SERIAL KILLERS

    30 years ago DNA was used for the first time to catch a serial killer. Here's how the murderer was caught.

    In Virginia, detectives investigating a series of rapes and Virginia first used DNA 30 years ago to catch a serial killer. The technology is commonplace now but was cutting edge.
    By Jean Campbell
  • connecticut river valley case murder serial suspect
    SERIAL KILLERS

    The Connecticut River Valley Killer: Why the prime suspect hasn't been ID'ed as a serial murderer.

    The Connecticut River Valley Killer murdered 7 women in Vermont and New Hampshire. While many say there is a prime suspect, police say he is not the serial killer.
    By Jean Campbell
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    CELEBRITY JUSTICE

    Phil Spector: The story of how the man went from music mogul to convicted murderer

    Phil Spector was one of the most sought music producers in their industry. But, drugs, alcohol and mental health problems sent him on a spiral that ended in murder.
    By Jean Campbell
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    FEATURES

    ‘Bullet holes everywhere’: The Amish Schoolhouse Massacre and the reactions of two communities

    A man took girls hostage at an Amish school in Pennsylvania and killed five of them. Here's a recap of the case and the reactions of the community.
    By Jean Campbell
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    COLD CASES

    Five West Virginia children died in a fire. Or did they? The mystery of the Sodder family's disappearance.

    Five children part of the Sodder family in West Virginia disappeared following a house fire at the end of World War 2. Nobody seems to know if they died or where they are today.
    By Jean Campbell
  • detroit murder children pedophile ring cold fpd
    COLD CASES

    4 dead kids, 1 sex-trafficking ring: Are these Detroit area murders in the 70s connected to 'Pedophile Island'?

    The murders of four children in the Detroit area in the 1970s have gone cold and been unsolved. But, are they connected to "Pedophile Island" and a sex-trafficking ring?
    By Jean Campbell
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    NEWS

    Too many lies: The story of murderess Jodi Arias and her dead lover

    Jodi Arias' case became a sensation with scandalous details and unbelievable testimony. Here is a recap of the murder and her many lies during the trial.
    By Jean Campbell
  • convicted prison released case murder rape
    FEATURES

    They were convicted and behind bars. But were let out to commit more crimes. How did it happen?

    Here are some famous cases, and the reasons why, convicted criminals were let out of prison and committed more crimes. They include Willie Horton and Wayne Dumond.
    By Jean Campbell
  • morgan nick
    MISSING

    A 6-year-old went missing in small-town Arkansas 26 years ago. Today, police continue to hunt for her abductor.

    In 1995, Morgan Nick disappeared in Arkansas. Police searched for her right away but could not find her. Officers are still searching for the missing girl 26 years later.
    By Jean Campbell
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    COLD CASES

    No longer on the sidelines: How amateur sleuths are helping cops solve cold cases

    Thanks to TV and podcasts, many cold cases and murders are getting a second look. Here's how police are solving these crimes after exposure in the media.
    By Jean Campbell
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    SERIAL KILLERS

    Three weeks of terror: How the D.C. snipers scared the capital and why one suspect could soon be released

    The D.C. snipers terrorized a city in 2002 during their killing spree. Several people were shot and killed during routine activities. One suspect could soon leave a Virginia jail.
    By Jean Campbell
  • serial killer new mexico torture murder
    SERIAL KILLERS

    The Toy Box Killer: How a depraved life and accomplices helped a serial killer pull off dozens of murders

    Here is the story of serial killer David Parker Ray, who was known as the Toy Box Killer. He might have killed upwards of 60 people. Police had the chance to catch him, but dropped the case.
    By Jean Campbell
  • selena quintanilla music career murder death
    FEATURES

    The Death of a Tejano Pop Sensation Selena and a shot heard through the music world

    Selena Quintanilla was a pop star blurring Latin and pop music in the early 1990s. But, her life was cut short in murder. Here is the story of her celebrity life and death.
    By Jean Campbell
  • katelyn markham murder case suspects ohio
    COLD CASES

    Who killed Katelyn Markham? A girl goes missing, skeletal remains found, but no arrests

    Katelyn Markham was reported missing in Ohio and then found dead months later. Police have made no arrests in her case, though a couple of suspects exist.
    By Jean Campbell
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    COLD CASES

    Left to Die: How DNA is helping solve decades-old cases of baby’s abandoned after birth

    Police are now using DNA tracing to help solve cold cases involving the death of newborn babies. Here are three recent cases that authorities made arrests thanks to DNA technology.
    By Jean Campbell
  • canada karla homolka killer case prison fpd
    FEATURES

    The Ken and Barbie killers: Here’s the story behind Canada’s most famous murder couple

    Here is the story of Canadian serial killers Karla Homolka and Paul Bernardo. The duo killed and videotaped several of their attacks. But, where are they today?
    By Jean Campbell
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    COLD CASES

    ‘We didn’t ask for this battle’: The murder of 10-year-old Lindsey Baum and a case without suspects

    Lindsey Baum went missing in 2009 and her remains were found years later. While there have been persons of interest, police have yet to make an arrest in the murder case.
    By Jean Campbell
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    MURDER & MAYHEM

    The case of Amanda Knox: 15 years, 4 trials and 2 countries, but is she a cold-blooded murderer?

    Amanda Knox, a U.S. student studying in Italy, was charged with the murder of a roommate. The case is filled with tales of sex and drugs, but after multiple trials, it has yet to be answered if she's a killer.
    By Jean Campbell
  • natalee holloway missing disappearance case fpd
    MISSING

    NEARLY 16 YEARS AFTER NATALEE HOLLOWAY WENT MISSING. ONE MAIN SUSPECT, STILL FEW ANSWERS.

    From the moment Natalee Holloway went missing in Aruba in 2005, her case has captivated media and True Crime enthusiasts. Here is a recap of the case and the likely suspect.
    By Jean Campbell
  • ridgeway
    MISSING

    FOR MORE THAN 30 YEARS, THE YOUNGEST VICTIM OF THE “GREEN RIVER KILLER” WAS UNKNOWN. DNA CHANGED THAT.

    For more than 30 years, the youngest victim of the "Green River Killer" was unnamed. That changed this year thanks to DNA. Here is her story.
    By Jean Campbell
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    MURDER & MAYHEM

    FOUR SUSPECTED KILLERS WHO WORE THE MASK OF NORMALCY: THE MYTH OF THE GOD-FEARING FAMILY MAN AND NICE GUY

    Here is the story about four murderers who went to live normal lives after the killings. Have you heard about their cases?
    By Jean Campbell
  • breaking bad
    FEATURES

    THE REAL LIFE WALTER WHITE? HOW AN ARKANSAS JUDGE WENT FROM THE BENCH TO METH HEAD

    An Arkansas judge was sentenced to decades in prison after retiring and getting involved in meth. Is he the real-life Walter White from "Breaking Bad?"
    By Jean Campbell
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    FEATURES

    THE KILLERS ARE KNOWN, THE VICTIMS ARE NOT: THE STORY OF FOUR DOES WHO HAD THEIR LIVES AND IDENTITIES STOLEN.

    Here are the stories of four people murdered by serial killers, though their identities have never been confirmed.
    By Jean Campbell
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