ST. LOUIS — There is growing concern in St. Louis about killing of multiple women and police say at least three of the murders over the past week and a half are connected. In at least two cases, police believe someone targeted women because they were sex workers. Several others...
An interview with a predator. In a new Peacock special, private investigator Laura Brand set out to uncover the details behind one of America's most sadistic serial killers, Lawrence Bittaker, a.k.a. The Toolbox Killer. And the "Siren of San Quentin," a nickname she earned through forensic psychological field interviews with over 50 serial killers, certainly delivered the true story behind Bittaker's 1979 killing spree.
After 44 years, authorities ID woman who was possible victim of most prolific serial killer in U.S. history
Authorities on Tuesday identified skeletal remains found nearly 44 years ago at a Mississippi construction site as Clara Birdlong, a woman they believe was a victim of the late Samuel Little, the most prolific killer in U.S. history. In December 1977, hunters found her remains near a highway in Jackson...
Miriam Travis she was the first woman to work murders in a unit known as "The Bulldogs," retiring in 1990 to live a quiet life in Riverside.
Watch: The Truth Behind Our Obsession With True Crime Stories. A horrific brush with death. Kara Robinson Chamberlain escaped a potentially-fatal abduction when she was 15 years old, and today, she lives to tell her story to advocate for other survivors. In an exclusive sneak peek at Oxygen's two-hour special, Escaping Captivity: The Kara Robinson Story, premiering Sunday, Sept. 26, Kara details her traumatic experience at the hands of serial killer Richard Marc Envonitz.
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- Seven Black women who have been shot in St. Louis and two of them were killed in the last seven days. On Wednesday, representatives from the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department and the St. Louis County Police Department held a press conference to announce that three recent shooting deaths are linked. Two of the victims were Black females, 16-year old Marnay Haynes and 49-year old Pam Abercrombie.
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Skeletal remains found at a Mississippi construction site in 1977 have been identified as a woman believed to have been murdered by Samuel Little — the most prolific serial killer in US history, who drew creepy portraits of some of his victims, authorities said. The remains of Clara Birdlong, a...
PASCAGOULA, Miss. — A Mississippi sheriff's department said Tuesday that it has identified the skeletal remains of a woman found nearly 44 years ago, and investigators believe she was a victim of the now-deceased Samuel Little, the most prolific serial killer in U.S. history. Hunters found the woman's remains in...
The most prolific modern serial killer, according to Wikipedia, is probably Harold Shipman, a British doctor who probably killed as many as 250 people. Shipman’s crimes went unnoticed because his victims were mostly elderly and whose deaths were unlikely to raise suspicions. However, researchers have since pointed out that Shipman’s murderous tendencies stick out like a sore thumb if they are viewed through the lens of statistics. Too many of his patients died unexpectedly and this statistical signature could have raised the alarm earlier.
Netflix Trailer for Serial Killer Doc ‘Monsters Inside: The Many Faces of Billy Milligan’ is Chilling
Billy Milligan was another notorious serial killer and rapist in our criminal history. A bad dude that deserved what he got. The story behind Milligan is fascinating, however. The multiple personalities. The truly many faces and the lives lost are a truly dark part of our history. The synopsis for...
Authorities say a woman's skeletal remains were identified 44 years after her murder. According to the Jackson County Sheriff's Department, the woman long known to investigators as "Escatawpa Jane Doe," has been identified as Clara Birdlong. Birdlong was found in 1977 at a Mississippi construction site and investigators believe she...
Decades after finding remains, officials believe they've identified victim of nation's most prolific serial killer
JACKSON COUNTY, Mississippi - Over four decades have passed since hunters stumbled upon a gruesome discovery near a Mississippi highway. The human remains they found have now been identified as a woman who authorities believe was killed by a deranged criminal known for taking more lives than any other serial killer in U.S. history.