Whodunnit, and why? All about criminal investigations and the forensic methods used to search for clues and collect evidence to get to the bottom of the crime.

Katy Preena year ago
Real Justice for Rape Victims
TRIGGER WARNING: This article discusses the treatment of rape cases in the English justice system, which involves victim-blaming and discussions of victim's sexual histories. It's not very nice, and y...
Justice for Those Poisoned by the 'Few Bad Apples'
On January 6th of 2002, The Boston Globe's 'Spotlight' team—formed by reporters Michael Rezendes, Sacha Pfeiffer, Matt Carroll, Ben Bradlee Jr, and Boston Globe editor Walter V. Robinson—took the firs...
Lawrence Leasea year ago
USA Gymnastics Faces a Long Road Ahead Amid Sex Abuse Fallout
The USA Gymnastics organization is undergoing a massive shakeup after The Indianapolis Star uncovered a massive sex abuse scandal, resulting in team doctor Larry Nassar receiving 150 years in prison f...
Lydia Cruza year ago
Charles Bonaparte
Heroes are believed to be made up by children, however there are such things as heroes. In our beloved country, there are men and women who protect us all, these people are known to be from the Federa...
Anna Blooma year ago
Muddling Through the Web of Justice
I do not remember a time during my childhood when I was not abused. I do not remember a time when I was not plagued with a burden no child should face. Now, after years of therapy, I am free from the ...
Alyssa Herndona year ago
Serial Killers That Were Never Caught
I've always been fascinated by the motives of serial killers, especially the ones that were always two steps ahead of the police. The ones who were never caught, the few who managed to pull off crimes so heinous it led the people who sought to find them in circles for decades. These four serial killers are still notoriously famous for their crimes, leading some people to still obsessively to this day try to put a name and face to their crimes. In chronological order, here are four serial killers...
Crow Zing a year ago
Unsolved: Lady of the Dunes
A body was found on July 26, 1974, in Massachusetts, USA, fifty yards from the road and had insect activity when examined. Forensic scientist believed she had been dead for two weeks before the body w...
Buyer Beware
It's the holidays. The number one gift that everyone gets, next to socks, is a gift card. They are simple and you virtually cannot go wrong. Or can you? I just recently had a brush with this issue and...
Darryl Richiea year ago
The Military Base Murders
On Investigation Discovery, a show entitled People Magazine Investigates uncovers the true stories of crimes that became a part of pop culture. This show reveals exclusive interviews, twists, and new ...
Carol Forsyth2 years ago
Top 3 Serial Killers
We've all heard the stories and even seen remake movies about some. But do you know the story? The facts? Here is a list of only 3 of the most evil serial killers known.
Ashley Smith2 years ago
Disappeared: Michelle McMullen
Michelle McMullen was a 27-year old Harrisburg, Pennsylvania resident who moved to Louisiana to finish her degree at Grambling State University. She had some hard times in Louisiana, barely having mon...
Silence Unhinged2 years ago
Murder Files: JonBenet Ramsey Part 3 - The Suspects and Theories
Part three of the JonBenet Ramsey Murder File covers the suspects of the investigation and the multiple theories that have erupted from the long-time unsolved case. There are four types of theories/su...
Joseph Farley2 years ago
Best Mystery Podcasts to Listen to
In the days of binge-watching Netflix, it seems like we want to consume all our content in a hurry. So, if you're a podcast listener, mystery podcasts are the best way to replicate the feeling. Missin...
Allison Eckmeier2 years ago
Where is Sneha?
Do you remember where you were on September 11? That day doesn't even require a year after it. Everyone knows what happened in New York on that day, sixteen years ago. Do you remember where you were t...
Melissa R2 years ago
"I'm Going to Kill You": My Sinister Story of Sexual Assault and Abuse
This is the true story of the man who wanted to kill me. I'm going to call him Luke. Throughout the story, I describe lots of disturbing events that escalate until the final horrific event occurs. "Co...
Andrew Sobo2 years ago
The Church Bell Crimes
DONG, DONG, DONG! The Greenmeadow church bell tolled, signaling it was 3 o'clock in the afternoon, time for the afternoon mass. William Layser, the priest of Greenmeadow Church, sighed and walked to t...
Silence Unhinged2 years ago
Murder Files: JonBenet Ramsey Part 2- The Murder.
Part 2 of the JonBenet Ramsey Murder File covers the full details of her tragic and brutal murder. Some of the information below may be inappropriate for younger readers.
Johnny Vedmore2 years ago
'Men Who Are Attracted to 13-Year-Old Boys Make the Best Teachers' - Director of Kent Social Services '74-'85
In the archives of the British Library are five tapes which should be a cause of concern to us all. Much of the interview with Rev. Nicolas Stacey relives his action-packed adventures at war, his unli...