Adam Janos is a New York City-based writer and reporter. In addition to his work for A&E's Real Crime blog, he has reported for The Wall Street Journal and The Budapest Times, amongst others.
Serial killer Ted Bundy had a chameleon-like ability to deftly change appearances—whether physically or with the help of costumes and props—which helps explain why the vicious killer was able to evade the law for so long.
Kerri Rawson, daughter of Dennis Rader, otherwise known as serial killer BTK, talks to A&E Real Crime about her struggle to reconcile the man who raised her with the one who, for years, terrorized her hometown of Wichita, Kansas.
Serial killer Richard Ramirez, otherwise known as 'The Night Stalker,' terrorized California in the mid-1980s with a series of rapes and murders. A number of women who survived his attacks mentioned his rotten teeth, among other details, helping police create a profile of the suspect.
Neal Smither, the founder and president of Crime Scene Cleaners, has cleaned up "thousands" of crime scenes. He's documented the work too, posting the gory images to an Instagram page that's attracted hundreds of thousands of followers. He spoke with us about his peculiar brand of janitorial work and why some people are interested in crime-scene photos.
After being charged with the murder of her roommate, Meredith Kercher, college student Amanda Knox faced an eight-year-long legal battle to clear her name. Definitively exonerated in 2015, we look at what Knox's life is like now.
From putting himself on the stand to proposing to his girlfriend in court, we look at some of the most outlandish moments from the serial killer's murder trials.
A&E Real Crime talks to experts on Jeffrey Dahmer about his early life and what may have led to him becoming a serial killer.
In November 2018, serial killer Samuel Little, 78, confessed to murdering 90 women. While the number may be astonishing, the duration of Little's homicidal behavior, and the ages at which he committed his crimes, are also noteworthy.