The Axeman Of New Orleans terrorized and terrified the city between 1918 and 1919. The crazed attacker, who mainly targeted Italian grocers, would break into homes and attack his victims, usually as they slept. The killer was never identified and the murders remain unsolved.
The Cincinnati Streetcar Murders, also known as the Cumminsville Murders, took place over a six-year period between 1904 and 1910. Five women were all killed by a brutal assailant within a mile of each other in an area which would become known as the "murder zone". The crimes, which are rarely ever written about, remain unsolved.
The Thames Torso Murders are a series of murders that took place between 1873 and 1889. The crimes, largely forgotten and passed over due to the interest in the Jack The Ripper Whitechapel murders of the time, involved the discoveries of the dismembered bodies of eight women. Only one of the victims was ever identified, the person or persons responsible never found.
The Indiana Dunes Mystery took place during the fourth of July weekend in 1966. Whilst enjoying a visit to the Indiana Dunes State Park three friends mysteriously vanished without a trace. They were never seen again. Did they plan there own disappearance? Were they involved in a tragic accident? Or had something far more sinister taken place?
The Tylenol Murders occurred in the Chicago area in the autumn of 1982. This was a sick and twisted mind that had a modus operandi the likes of which had rarely (if ever) been seen before. The killer never came face to face with there victims, in fact, they never even knew who would fall prey to their evil act. The Individual behind the crimes was never caught.
Between February 1976 and March 1977, The Oakland County Child Killer took the lives of at least four young children. The killer has never been identified.
On a hot August morning in 1892 Andrew Borden and his second wife Abby were savagely murdered. Lizzie soon became the prime suspect and was tried for the murder of her father and step-mother. A jury found her not guilty. Was Lizzie just an easy target for an incompetent police force? Or did Lizzie get away with murder?
On 24th Jan 1941 Josslyn Hay, the 22nd Earl of Erroll was found dead. Slumped in the front seat of his car the Earl of Erroll had been killed. Here Unsolved Casebook takes a look at the case.
The Brighton Trunk Murders were a set of murders which occurred during 1934 in the English seaside resort. Two bodies were discovered decaying inside large trunks. Bizarrely, however, the murders were completely unrelated to one another. Here Unsolved Casebook takes a look at the crimes, one of which remains unsolved to this day.
At just 21-years-old Valerie Percy was taken from the world on September 18, 1966. Valerie was bludgeoned and stabbed to death in the home as her family slept. Over 50 years later her murder remains unsolved. Here we look over the case.
Amy Mihaljevic went missing on October 27, 1989, from a shopping mall in Bay Village, Ohio. 104 days later the 10-year-olds dead body was discovered. Here Unsolved Casebook takes a look at the tragic case.
For months Dorothy Jane Scott was the recipient of unwanted attention from a mysterious stalker. On May 28, 1980, Dorothy vanished. She remained missing until in 1984 her remains were found. This is the story of the unsolved murder.
The Wanda Beach Murders occurred in 1965 in Australia. Fifteen-year-old best friends Marianne Schmidt and Christine Sharrock disappeared during a visit to the beach. Twenty-four hours later the two girls were found dead. To this day the case remains unsolved.
The Camden Town Murder was the name given to the murder of twenty-two-year-old Emily Dimmock. The murder of the young prostitute saw the press coverage echo that of the Ripper murders from almost two decades prior and saw the trial and acquittal of the prime suspect.
The murder of Mary Money is a curious tale. At the time her death wasn't even considered murder, despite strong evidence to suggest otherwise. Could a bizarre link to another murder years later provide answers? Here Unsolved Casebook takes a look at the strange case.
The Easey Street Murders occurred in January 1977 when Susan Bartlett and Suzanne Armstrong, "The Two Sues", were killed in their home. The women went undiscovered for three day's as did Suzanne's sixteen-month-old son, who had survived the horrific event.
Infamous in the realms of Australian crime history, The Gatton Murders occurred over 100 years ago. The case was never solved.
In the Summer of 1946, a small Welsh community was rocked by the murder of schoolgirl Muriel Drinkwater. Over seventy years later the murder of the twelve-year-old girl on her way home from school remains unsolved. Here I take a look at the murder and the investigation that followed. Just Like Any Other Day Muriel…
In 1979 the four children of the Tan family were discovered dead at home by their parents. The children, aged between five and ten, had been viscously hacked to death and left in a heap on the bathroom floor. Also known as the Geylang Bahru Family Murders, the culprit of the heinous act has never been identified and the murders remain unsolved.
The Colonial Parkway Murders are a set of killings in which at least four couples had their lives cut short. Over 30 years later they remain unsolved.