A look at San Francisco’s notorious pornographers, Mitchell brothers Jim and Artie, their rise to fame and the murders that shattered two generations of the Mitchell family.
Today a Texas judge ruled that Don Collins, 29, may be tried for murder as an adult in the case of Robbie Middleton, 8, who named Collins as the 13-year-old boy who in 1998 raped him, doused him in gas, set him on fire and left him for dead. It took Robbie 13 years to die.
Police have named Zachary Adams as a suspect in the case of missing Tennessee nursing student Holly Bobo, abducted from her family home one morning in April 2011. No trace of Bobo was ever found, except a pool of blood next her her car in the car port.
It seems that the nice German lady who lived on Savannah Drive in Pontiac, Michigan, stopped paying her mortgage about three to six years ago. Weirdly, it’s been years since anybody’s even seen her — until yesterday. A contractor who came to do some work on the foreclosed home, found her mummified remains in the garage.
Though spring break is fun for many, a drug-and-alcohol-fueled party can also go way out of bounds.
A recent study in the UK showed that hiring a hitman can basically be as expensive as a small house or as cheap as a nice meal out, with the average price coming in at around the cost of a new Honda Civic. But as with anything, you get what you pay for.
Far from Gotham, Mark Wayne Williams patrols his Michigan town with a mission: to remind people that they, too, can play a role in preventing and reporting crime. Now, after his most recent arrest, Williams is facing serious prison time. Williams opens up to Crime Library about his case, his views and law and justice, and why he does what he does.
Turns out, when you go on a bender, it’s preferable to sleep it off, not “drive it off.” Driving it off is frowned on by law enforcement — even in Florida.
The Phantom Killer, a serial killer known for killing when the moon was full, is believed to have murdered five people in Texarkana, the last victim on May 4, 1946. The case remains unsolved.
A look in photos at the Texas mother found not guilty by reason of insanity after drowning each of her five kids in the bathtub, one after the other. In all the murders took under and hour, and when she was done, she called her husband saying, "It’s time."