See http://thephoenix.com/crime for the full story of the hunt for the Craigslist Killer, including crime scene photos, audio, and police files being released into the public domain for the first time.
See http://thephoenix.com/crime for the full story of how the Boston Police hunted down the Craigslist Killer. In this video: Boston homicide detectives conducted this tense interview with Boston University medical student Philip Markoff on April 20, 2009.
We’ve all thought about people getting revenge on someone who wronged us, but rarely do we act on it. These people chose to act on those feelings and set off on a strange, and unjustified, mission of revenge.
When one person disappears without a trace, it's pretty mysterious. But how do groups of people go missing? In these five unsolved mysteries, groups of three or more people seemingly vanished into thin air.
On Netflix's brilliant series Mindhunter, they look at the origin of what today is known as the FBI's the Behavioral Analysis Unit, formerly known as the Behavior Science Unit. The main characters of the show, Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff) and Bill Tench (Holt McCallyany), are based on real FBI agents Robert Ressler and John Douglas, who interviewed multiple murders when forming the BSU.
All of these unsolved mysteries have a confession, but the identity of the killer is still unknown.
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