True crime author Paul Harrison claimed he'd interviewed the world's most infamous murderers – only to be exposed as a fraud and scammer.
Lee Malvo was 17 when he helped commit the DC sniper attacks. "I, Sniper" documentary maker Mary-Jane Mitchell describes how she got access to him.
Initially banned for publication, the book spans the murderer's childhood, career and killings. Here's how it was put together.
Dorothy Otnow Lewis's research into murderous urges is featured in 'Crazy, Not Insane,' a new HBO documentary from Academy Award-winning director Alex Gibney.
To her fans, Wuornos's story offers a powerful example of a survivor who defies the respectability politics of victimhood.
Paige Heimark is a 'disaster artist' who uses cake to underscore how we consume trauma.
The ‘Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile’ director says he made it for his daughters’ generation after learning they didn’t know the infamous killer.
“This is a homophobic serial killing,” the sister of Selim Esen, one of the victims, told a Toronto court.
The former landscaper was accused of preying on men with ties to Toronto’s Gay Village.
Joe Berlinger's 'Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes' shows us the man behind the monster.