From the strange death of a D.C. insider to post-tsunami ghosts, the Netflix reboot of the popular true crime show has no shortage of material.
Brooks was last seen alive at a house party in rural Kansas in April 2004, and his family has long suspected that he was killed in a hate crime.
At least 200 cases have been solved thanks to tips from viewers of the original series, from IDing found skeletons to exposing hoaxes.
Within a week of its release, binge-watchers submitted almost two dozen "credible tips" about three of the cases featured on the series.
A 1997 episode about spontaneous human combustion exposed a generation of young true crime lovers to a total nightmare.
A baseless rumor about a tragic murder has become the most important story in some corners of the internet—and on Sean Hannity's show.
Get scared by some aliens, shoot some bad guys, and solve some mysteries.
The FBI announced Tuesday that it's going to close the investigation into the mysterious hijacker who escaped with $200,000 and was never seen or heard of again.
Randy Mark Yager, the former head of the fearsome Outlaws biker gang, was captured in Mexico after 17 years on the run in an incident that ended with his longtime companion's alleged suicide.