Terrifying portrait of a killer as a sweet-faced ten-year-old girl, who murdered her playmates without guilt. Now this child is an adult with her own child.
Two 11-year-old boys steal baby from his mother at shopping mall.They then molest the little boy and murder him. Now much older, the boys' release from prison stirs major controversy.
Half and Susanne Zantop were two German-born professors who had made America their home. The attractive and happy couple was enormously popular professors at the distinguished Ivy League Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH. One day when a friend came for dinner, she found the couple brutally murdered.
No sign of forced entry, nothing of value taken: it appeared as though the Zantops had known their killer. Both husband and wife had been stabbed repeatedly and had their throats cut suggesting that the killer was in a rage. But who would have that kind of rage at the Zantops?
The question hung over the investigation for quite some time until some good old-fashioned detective work led the police to two young men from good families.
Growing up too fast, running with bad company, the so-called Long Island Lolita turns out to be a mixed-up teenager under the thumb of a very unsavory older man. Still, she shot her lovers wife and had to pay the price.
The scene at the chocolate-colored house on Ehrets Lane, outside Allentown, Pennsylvania, in Salisbury Township, was unthinkable for that quiet community. No one who knew the family would have believed that their growing troubles would have escalated to this kind of cold-blooded frenzy. True, the two older boys had been a handful, but everyone who saw the carnage on Monday, February 27, 1995, wondered what could have triggered such outright rage.
As their sons had grown into adolescents, and especially as Bryan developed an interest in a military career, Dennis and Brenda had noticed trouble. They had tried different programs to deal with his anger, but they weren't able to stop its momentum. He'd warned them before that he was going to kill them, and it appeared that he'd made good on his threat.
The two Neo-Nazis had bludgeoned and stabbed their parents and their 11-year-old brother Eric.
Youngsters shooting up their classmates -- school violence is the epidemic of our time. What turns kids into killers? A look at the worst cases of school violence Kip Kinkel, Columbine and the copycats. What role does the media play in encouraging this type of crime?
Investigation into discovery of 12-year-old's charred and tortured body leads to four teenage girls and a bizarre tale of lesbianism and domination.
Holly Harvey, 15, had lived with her grandparents Carl, 74, and Sarah, 73, Collier at their Fayette County home in Georgia for just four months when she decided that she had had enough. Holly had no intention of going to church as her grandparents had hoped or conforming to the rules imposed on her. Nor did she want to give up her one true love: Sandra (Sandy) Ketchum, 16, whom she was forbidden to see. She was going to live her life the way she deemed fit. So in the summer of 2004, she recruited her lover Sandy to assist her in a gruesome plan, which they believed would allow them to gain freedom and be able to stay together forever. Their devious plot would eventually lead to the brutal murders of both Colliers.
On September 17, 2003, firefighters and police rushed to a burning house on Detroit's east side. Inside one of the bedrooms, sitting in her recliner, was Bertha Atkins, 64. Her remains had been battered and burned. Atkins had been hit with a claw hammer, which pierced through her upper lip and tongue. She had then been doused with gasoline and set on fire.
Larketa Collier, 16, the granddaughter of the victim, and her lover, Sharon Patterson, 17, had just returned from seeing a horror movie. A witness had seen the two girls calming leaving the burning house, so they immediately became primary suspects in the case.
Did Satanists murder 3 boys or were 3 local teenagers set up for a crime they did not commit because their tastes and interests clashed with the local norms? Dr. Katherine Ramsland analyzes Devil's Knot, the new book on this intriguing case.
Two sweethearts swear their love to each other as they enter different military academies. His affair with a beautiful young woman leads to her death. Why did these two teenagers give up their promising futures to commit this crime?