The Life And Death Of Mamah Borthwick, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Controversial Lover
Frank Lloyd Wright built a house called Taliesin as a refuge for his mistress Mamah Borthwick. But in 1914, one of his servants butchered her with an ax and burned the Wisconsin home down.
Inside The Multi-Million-Dollar Drug Empire Of Frank Matthews, The ‘Black Caesar’ Who Rivaled The Mafia
When the Five Families refused to allow him into the drug trade, Frank Matthews became a kingpin in his own right — until he mysteriously vanished in 1973 with $20 million.
The Disturbing Story Of George Hodel, The S&M-Obsessed Doctor Suspected Of Murdering The Black Dahlia
George Hodel was a notorious Los Angeles doctor whose sexual proclivities and surgical knowledge have led many to believe that he killed Elizabeth Short.
Carl Andre, The Celebrated Sculptor Whose Wife Mysteriously ‘Fell’ To Her Death
Carl Andre's work has been featured all over the world — but he's remained controversial ever since his wife Ana Mendieta fell 34 stories to her death in 1985.
Byron De La Beckwith, The Klansman Who Nearly Got Away With Killing Civil Rights Leader Medgar Evers
Despite being tried by two juries, Byron De La Beckwith was not convicted of murdering Medgar Evers in his own driveway in 1963 — until 30 years after the crime.
The Life And Death Of George Tiller, The Abortion Provider Who Was Murdered Because He Refused To Close His Clinic
Anti-abortion activists spent years trying to shut down Dr. George Tiller's clinic, which was one of the only places in the nation that provided late-term abortions — until one extremist shot him in the head while he was at church in 2009.
Inside The 1976 Chowchilla Kidnapping That Left 26 Schoolchildren Buried Alive
In July 1976, three men abducted a school bus full of children in rural California in an attempt to hold them for ransom — but then the students and their bus driver dug their way to freedom.
The Story Of The ‘Lonely Hearts Killers,’ The Murderous Couple Who Preyed On Lonely Women
Raymond Fernandez and Martha Beck bilked at least three women out of their life savings before gruesomely murdering them in the late 1940s — after luring them in with "lonely hearts" ads.
How Sherri Rasmussen’s Murder Went Unsolved For Decades — Until An LAPD Detective Was Convicted
Sherri Rasmussen was found shot to death inside her home on February 24, 1986 in an apparent burglary gone wrong — but the real culprit was actually Stephanie Lazarus of the LAPD.
Inside Travis The Chimp’s Gruesome Attack That Left A Woman Without A Face
Travis the chimp was a beloved animal actor and a local fixture in his Connecticut town — until he viciously attacked his owner’s friend Charla Nash one day in 2009 and nearly ripped her face off.
Meet Barbro Karlén, The Swedish Writer Who Claims To Be The Reincarnation Of Anne Frank
Barbro Karlén believed she was different as a child but didn't know why until she read the diary of Anne Frank — and realized she had lived as Frank in a past life.