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Which country has the most serial killers?
These are the top ten countries from around the world that have the most recorded serial killers
The curse of Brink's-Mat: What happened to the Brink's-Mat robbers?
The 1983 Brink’s-Mat Robbery left in its wake a long trail of reprisal killings that spanned decades. Anyone who was connected to the £26 million heist met a violent end.
7 scary facts about Jimmy Savile
Jimmy Savile's crimes were only made public after his death, but a lot of people knew what was happening at the time
9 facts about Luka Magnotta and the murder of Jun Lin
How Luka Magnotta went from cat-killer to cannibal and the trope of internet sleuths who tracked him down faster than law enforcement.
Execution by time: Whole life orders in the UK
The death penalty was abolished in the UK in 1994. Now the country's worst offenders are given whole life sentences instead.
The UK's scariest killer children
Cases of children and teenagers who murder are shocking and terrible, but unfortunately they do happen.
Born evil: What drove James Bulger's underage killers?
Was their upbringing responsible? Or were other factors at play…?
The execution of Ted Bundy: ‘His body stiffened and his hands clenched'
As Bundy was led to the death chamber to be strapped to ‘Old Sparky’ on the 24th of January, 1989, he appeared to be afraid
Vanished on a lads' holiday: The disappearance of Lars Mittank
How one German holiday-maker vanished under extremely peculiar and bizarre circumstances.
What really happened to Timmothy Pitzen?
A decade has passed since that fateful road trip and Timmothy still remains missing | Image: Shutterstock
The 10 most prolific serial killers in modern history
Many of the world’s most prolific serial killers are relative unknowns, despite racking up some truly horrifying kill counts | Image: Shutterstock
Vanished: Britain's five most famous missing persons cases
Five of the UK’s most infamous unsolved missing person cases
How do UK crime rates compare to other countries?
You'll be surprised how Britain compares...
Angels of death: The nurses who kill
We don’t like to think that the people that are put in place to care for us at our most vulnerable—the doctors, nurses and other medical professionals—are also the ones that could willingly commit murder
Peter Farquhar, mentally tortured and murdered in a gaslighting plot
Ben Field plied his lover with drugs to make him think he was going mad in a campaign of mental torture
The boy who incited his own murder
The story of a depressed Manchester teen who used several fake online personas to convince his best friend to murder him
Going home: The story of Steven Stayner
When Stephen naively climbed into a man’s car he never could have imagined he wouldn't return home for 7 years