Jeffrey Dahmer’s Apartment of Horrors

Jeffrey Dahmer ranks among the most notorious serial killers in American history, and for good reason. If killing seventeen men and boys wasn’t enough to bring him to the fore of the national consciousness, what he did after killing them certainly was.  Dahmer was born in 1960 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and, from the outside, had Read more about Jeffrey Dahmer’s Apartment of Horrors[…]

The Murder of Flight Attendant Nancy Ludwig

February 17, 1991 was like any other workday for Northwest Airlines flight attendant Nancy Ludwig. She arrived at Detroit Metro Airport in the evening, after working a flight from Las Vegas. Along with other crew members, she took a shuttle from the airport to the Hilton Airport Inn in Romulus, MI, where they were staying Read more about The Murder of Flight Attendant Nancy Ludwig[…]

The Hotel Cecil (Stay on Main): LA’s Cursed Hotel

The infamous Hotel Cecil (later Cecil Hotel and The Stay on Main), located in downtown Los Angeles, has seen more than its’ share of murder, crime, suicides, and brushes with famous criminals and victims. Some say the hotel is cursed, others that it is just a victim of its location. Either way, it is a Read more about The Hotel Cecil (Stay on Main): LA’s Cursed Hotel[…]

Have a Beer at Aileen Wuornos’ Favorite Bar (And See Where She Lived)

Few modern serial killers have elicited as much curiosity as Aileen Wurornos, perhaps because there are relatively few female serial murderers. Most know Aileen from the 2003 film Monster, in which she was portrayed by Charlize Theron (who won an Oscar for the role). Wuromos had a horrific childhood, experiencing repeated instances of sexual abuse and Read more about Have a Beer at Aileen Wuornos’ Favorite Bar (And See Where She Lived)[…]

The Museum of Death

There may be no better spot for true crime enthusiasts to visit than the Museum of Death in Los Angeles. Located in Hollywood, in a building that used to house a legendary recording studio, the museum is the passion project of collectors J. D. Healy and Catherine Shultz. They pack an impressive number of artifacts Read more about The Museum of Death[…]