Alpha Dog, starring Justin Timberlake and Emile Hirsch, is based on the true story of the murder of Nicholas Markowitz. Here’s your daily dose of true crime.
In case you missed it, HBO is premiering Love & Death—a true crime story of Candy Montgomery who was acquitted of murder more than 40 years ago.
Serial killers get legions of fans that send them love letters and money. What is it about these criminals that draws people to them?
The “Lululemon murder” of 2011 involved a woman killing a coworker over no more than a pair of leggings.
On February 24, 2023, fashion model Abby Choi was found dismembered in an apartment rented by her former parents-in-law in Hong Kong.
Netflix’s new true crime documentary ‘Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal’ is the harrowing story of what happens when privilege goes unchecked.
Looking for new true crime podcasts to listen to at night? Check out these A Little Bit Human faves.
The story of the Circleville Letter Writer may sound like a TV script, but it’s one of the strangest unsolved true crime cases ever.
Many suspects have been identified in the search for Jack the Ripper, but perhaps the most compelling is a painter named Walter Sickert.
The renowned Mona Lisa was a nobody – until Vincenzo Peruggia decided to steal her.
Kelly Cochran killed the man that she was having an affair with as well as her husband, earning her the nickname the Devil Woman of Michigan.
With 2022 coming to a close, it’s time to check in on all the unsolved cases we hoped would get solved back in 2021.
In 2011, murderer Stephen McDaniel strangled Lauren Giddings to death and then gave a TV news interview where he posed as a distraught neighbor.
Named “the most prolific serial killer in U.S. history” by the FBI, Samuel Little is believed to have murderer 93 people, most of them women.
These Criminal Minds episodes were based on real (and disturbing) cases.
Can the crimes of the world’s serial killers be traced to a single “serial killer gene”?
Paul Bernardo and his wife Karla Homolka, who seemed like a perfectly normal couple, were responsible for the rape of over 15 girls and the murder of at least 4.
Read about the brutal killing of Bobbie Jo Stinnett and why her murderer was a victim, too.
True crime media is mostly consumed by women despite the fact that most of the victims of these violent crimes are women.
The Hinterkaifeck murders shook Bavaria in 1922 and remain to be one of the strangest cold cases a century on.
On Christmas Eve in 1945, five of the Sodder children disappeared in a house fire that left no trace of their remains.
The West Mesa Bone Collector shook the citizens of Albuquerque after the remains of 11 women were found dumped in the middle of nowhere by a dog.
On December 17, 1967, Australian Prime Minister Harold Holt disappeared at sea, changing Chinese-Australian relations for years to come.
The Axeman of New Orleans was one of the earliest well-known serial killers. The axe-wielding, jazz-loving killer terrorized the city from 1918 to 1919.