true crime

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If you’ve found yourself desperately searching the entrails of Netflix and Hulu for a show just dark enough, real enough, and suspenseful enough to merit your next binge session, then you are in luck. READ MORE »


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Fascinated by the bizarre logic involved in using a parrot as a witness, I rounded up five more cases in which animals were used as witnesses. READ MORE »


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Next season, on Serial? READ MORE »


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Friday night’s “Dateline” episode was all about the Steven Avery case, teased with previews that hinted at NEW INFORMATION. However, it might as well have been called “Making A Murder: For People Who Don’t Have Netflix,” because the hour was mostly spent giving everyone who wasn’t able to watch the 10-hour docu-series the Wikipedia recap, with… READ MORE »


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The outrage that recent true crime series have inspired should not be diminished in favor of handwringing over journalistic imperfections. Anything that successfully chips away at the cult-like reverence with which our country treats those who make and enforce laws should be encouraged. READ MORE »


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According to what one juror told In Touch, Dean Strang and Jerry Buting’s worst fear — that the jury was tainted by Ken Kratz’s garbage press conference about Dassey’s “confession” — came true. READ MORE »


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It’s a filthy, nauseating, infuriating job, but somebody’s got to do it. READ MORE »


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True crime: so hot right now. READ MORE »


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So! How was your holiday family get-together? Was it awkward? Probably! But on the upside, your crazy-ass boyfriend probably didn’t drive 15 hours in order to murder your family. So there’s that!

This Christmas Eve, 23 year-old Preston Pollard spent 15 hours driving from Texas to Florida to see his 18 year-old girlfriend,… READ MORE »


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Did you guys see this crazy picture of rabid Miami Heat fan Filomena “Phyllis” Tobias flipping off Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah? It’s pretty crazy, right? Well not nearly as crazy as Phyllis’s back story. See, in 2008, she was accused of murdering her husband.

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Yesterday, we showed you two amazing interviews with Charles Ramsey, the man credited with helping to save three women (who had disappeared a decade earlier) from his neighbor’s home. The unguarded and inadvertently hilarious interviews with Ramsey — who absolutely exemplifies why if you see something, you should say something — has somewhat distracted from the very… READ MORE »


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Hawaii’s Andrea Flegle was perturbed by the fact that the puppy she’d purchased for her daughter kept trying to sniff her daughter’s crotch. Not bothering to use common sense, or understand animals, or realize that this is basically a Thing That Dogs Do, Flegle did the only logical thing in her mind and slit theREAD MORE »