Over the last 50 years, men have committed murder 10 times more often than women. But just because a woman's fingerprints aren't at the crime scene doesn't mean her fingerprints weren't on the plan. A&E Real Crime looks at some of the most memorable cases.
In the late 1960s, Liza Rodman spent summers hanging out with Tony Costa, the handyman at the Royal Coachman hotel, where her mother worked. One of the many people Liza's mom enlisted to watch the 8-year-old and her sister, Tony was also a serial killer.
Odds are high you've been the victim of a crime. We speak with Dr. Michael McCart, a psychologist and expert on treating crime survivors, on how a sudden, unwelcome event affects a survivor, and what that person can do to get help later.
Jeffrey Dahmer was just 18 when he committed his first murder, much younger than the average age of serial killers, which researchers have determined is around 29 years old. Why did he wait nearly a decade before killing his next victim?