Psychological autopsies, performed by forensic psychologists, are used to try to resolve cases where a murder may be mistaken for a suicide.
Robyn Maharaj, co-author of 'Grilling Dahmer' with Milwaukee detective Patrick Kennedy, tells us about the late detective's experience with the serial killer.
We speak with author Casey Sherman about his book 'Helltown' on Tony Costa's murderous rampage in Cape Cod, Massachusetts in 1969.
What kinds of cases are usually seen during night court? We speak with legal experts to gain insight into what happens at courts when the sun goes down.
In 1996 at Shenandoah National Park, Lollie Winans and Julie Williams were murdered. The case remains unsolved. Journalist Kathryn Miles believes investigators focused on the wrong man.
Dan and Ron Lafferty's obsession with a fundamentalist fringe group of the Latter-day Saints called the School of Prophets, led them to murder their progressive sister-in-law Brenda and her child.
After spending nearly two decades in prison for a crime he didn't commit, the Wisconsin man was exonerated and released. But soon after, he was charged and convicted of the murder of Teresa Halbach.