In 2017, Michelle Carter was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for convincing her friend, Conrad Roy, to commit suicide over text message. Carter's case sparked debates on freedom of speech and the potential implications of the verdict.
Research shows that properties with uncomfortable histories lose value—even when they've sustained no physical damage. Of course, not all stigmas are worth the same financial downgrade: A house with a reported murder will likely take more of a price hit than one with a reported haunting. Read more on murder houses.
It's been over 40 years since the Jonestown massacre, yet there is still some mystery surrounding how the group's leader Jim Jones died. Was his gunshot self-inflicted? Could someone else have pulled the trigger through an act of heroism or loyalty? Is it possible he was already dying from other health problems?
One element of the 1978 mass death at Jonestown that hasn't been explored much is leader Jim Jones' rampant drug abuse—and how he used substances as a tool of control in his church. A&E True Crime investigate the roles drugs played at Jonestown.