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Bonnie Lee Bakley:<br/>Wrongful Life, Wrongful Death
The Black Dahlia:<br/>Her Horrific End
Lizzy Borden:<br/>40 Whacks of Infamy
The Boston Strangler:<br/>Silk Stocking Killer
Ted Bundy:<br/>Lovable, Homicidal Mutant
Natalee Holloway:<br/>Lovely and Legally Dead
Jack the Ripper:<br/>Identity Still Unknown
Leopold and Loeb:<br/>Aristocratic Evil
Lindbergh Baby Kidnapping:<br/>The Crime of the Century
Madame Lalaurie:<br/>The Sadistic Socialite
Charles Manson:<br/>Cult Leader of Helter Skelter
The Menendez Brothers:<br/>Patricide in Beverly Hills
JonBenét Ramsey:<br/>Tragic Child Beauty Queen
Sam Sheppard:<br/>Convicted Before Trial
O.J. Simpson:<br/>Guilty but Acquitted
Susan Smith:<br/>Murder Most Maternal
Johnny Stompanato:<br/>To Kill a Thug
The Unabomber:<br/>American Terrorist
Zodiac Killer:<br/>America's 'Jack the Ripper'

Bonnie Lee Bakley

This celebrity-obsessed con artist was married ten times. Was her famous final husband her killer?

The Black Dahlia

The aspiring actress who came to a gruesome end. Her case remains officially unsolved.

Lizzy Borden

The notorious main suspect in the axe murders of her father and stepmother. Who else could be the culprit?

The Boston Strangler

Were the murders that terrified the city of Boston for 18 months the work of more than one man?

Charlie Bandt

Mild-mannered next door neighbor, or something else?

Ted Bundy

The most infamous serial killer in American history; we may never know how many lives he took.

Natalee Holloway

This lovely high school graduate disappeared in Aruba in 2005. Will we ever know what happened to her?

Jack the Ripper

The most infamous serial killer in British history remains unidentified to this day.

Leopold and Loeb

These two wealthy law students believed they were superior to others and entitled to kill.

Lindbergh Kidnapping

On the day he was executed, the man convicted of the kidnapping still proclaimed his innocence.

Madame Lalaurie

A New Orleans mob ran her out of town when they discovered how she treated her slaves behind closed doors.

Charles Manson

The '60s had a dark side. Charles Manson and his "family" were Exhibit A.

Menendez Brothers

These Beverly Hills brothers went on a lavish spending spree after their parents were shotgunned to death.

Scott Peterson

His wife and child's disappearae caught the nation's attention. Their discovery landed him the death sentence.   

JonBenét Ramsey

The coroner's report said this child beauty queen's cause of death was asphyxia by strangulation.

Sam Sheppard

He was convicted of the 1954 murder of his wife. The case was controversial from the start.

O.J. Simpson

Every reasonable person in the country is convinced this man killed two people.

Susan Smith

She drowned her sons, then made tearful pleas for their safe return on national television.

Johnny Stompanato

In the mid-1950s, he began a relationship with a famous actress. It soon turned abusive and violent.

The Unabomber

This brilliant mathematician turned his back on Academia to become a recluse and a terrorist.

The Zodiac Killer

America's "Jack the Ripper" spread terror in Northern California in the late '60s and early '70s.