The Wolf Family Murders: North Dakota’s Most Brutal Crime
In April 1920, the worst mass murder in North Dakota history took place.
Lurking in the shadows, the “Night Stalker” seemed impossible to catch. That is, until a perceptive teen and a forgotten fingerprint identified the sadistic killer. Read about his final attack and the fatal mistake that brought this sadistic killer to justice.read more
When little Pauline Picard vanished in 1922, her family assumed the worst. When she was recovered a few weeks later, her parents were overjoyed—but was it really Pauline?read more
The first episode of American Horror Story Season 6 premiered last night, revealing the theme, and other details that had been kept secret. Here are our burning post-episode questions.read more
The name Nathan Leopold is rarely heard without Richard Loeb: the pair murdered 14-year-old Bobby Franks in 1924 and were sentenced to life behind bars. Loeb was murdered by another inmate in 1936. But what happened to Leopold after he was granted parole?read more
Australia's Monte Cristo Homestead, located in Junee, New South Wales, has been called "Australia's Most Haunted House." Visitors today report glowing lights, strange animal mutilations, and the disembodied cries of a weeping woman.read more
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