After a brutal killing spree during the 1980s and 90s, Gary Ridgway pleaded guilty to 49 murders in 2003. We look into who actually survived encounters with the serial killer.
Ann Wolbert Burgess tells A&E True Crime about how her expertise in victimology aided the FBI's Behavioral Science Unit in their mission to capture rapists and serial killers in the 1970s and '80s.
In 2012, the Supreme Court's Miller v. Alabama verdict found that almost all juvenile offenders deserve a chance at release and must be resentenced.
Forensic psychologist, Dr. Katherine Ramsland, tells A&E True Crime about her over a decade-long correspondence with BTK and how she got into the mind of the prolific serial killer.
On April 1, 1984, after years of a tumultuous relationship, legendary soul singer, Marvin Gaye, was shot twice and killed by his father, Marvin Gay Sr.
A&E True Crime looks at five pairs of infamous best friends who did everything together—including murder.
Sam Kean, author of the book 'The Icepick Surgeon,' discusses unethical undertakings done in the name of science, ranging from Nazi 'medical' experiments to the Tuskegee syphilis study to icepick lobotomies.
Criminologist Dr. Scott Bonn deconstructs Dennis Rader's 'Factor X', the blamed culprit for why a devout Lutheran and father was driven to commit 10 murders between 1974 to 1991.