John Wayne Gacy’s Last Trick: Did the Killer Clown have an accomplice?

Convicted of the torture and murder of 33 boys and young men, John Wayne Gacy Jr-aka Pogo The Clown- claimed he didn't act along right up until his execution. Was someone else having the last laugh?

John Wayne Gacy is one of the supposed ‘canon’ of celebrity serial killers. A Chicago businessman and political activist with a sideline in playing his Pogo the Clown character at community parties, Gacy was imprisoned for murdering 33 young men …

3 Christmas Family Massacres to Kill Your Festive Spirit

Christmas is traditionally a time when people escape the trials and tribulations of every day life, put aside familial tensions and relax in the warm, safe environment of their own homes. But the season of goodwill to all men can …

She was sacrificed to the Slenderman

“Don’t be afraid, I’m only a little kitty cat.” These were the words from 12-year-old Morgan Geyser before she pounced on her friend, Payton Leutner, and plunged a 12-centimetre-long blade into her body 19 times. The knife punctured her stomach, …

Women Who Kill: Snapped S10 review

Creators: Stephen Land, Deborah Alllen. Distributor: Jupiter Entertainment. Snapped: Women who kill is a credible, if rather generic true crime show. The first series aired back in 2004 and, while the production values are fine, these first three episodes of …

Inside The Mind Of Ted Bundy, World’s Sickest Serial Killer

    TED BUNDY Born: 24 November 1946 First crime: 4 January 1974 Executed: 24 January 1989 Victims: 26-35   We’ll never know exactly how many women Ted Bundy murdered. His shocking crimes spread across the United States, from Seattle …

Pedro Alonso López: Stare into the eyes of pure evil

The terror of true evil is that it doesn’t have a recognisable face. It is nondescript; one of us. You won’t necessarily know it when you meet it. One example is of a dark-haired, bearded man staring out from a …

FBI Gives Up On D. B. Cooper Cold Case

After 45 years of searching for the elusive man in the sky, the FBI has announced that it will be abandoning resources on the case of D. B. Cooper. The unknown plane hijacker of Flight 305 in 1971 made off …

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FBI Crime Desk

17 January 2017

Forfeiture as an Effective Law Enforcement Tool

Forfeiture allows law enforcement to accomplish a number of goals—from disrupting and dismantling criminal and terrorist organizations and punishing criminals to compensating victims and protecting communities.

13 January 2017

Civil Rights Icon Addresses FBI Employees

Longtime civil rights leader and U.S. Congressman John Lewis recently visited FBI Headquarters and spoke to Bureau employees during a commemorative program heralding the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

13 January 2017

Payback for a Debt Collector

The owner of a debt collection company who used illegal and aggressive tactics to squeeze millions of dollars from thousands of victims is now paying his own debt—to society—in the form of a five-year prison sentence.

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24 January 2017

NCA officer honoured for gunman chase

NCA firearms officer who risked his life to protect the public during a criminal shootout has been honoured for his outstanding bravery