The vanishing. A mystery from Colorado. At first it seemed that Paul Skiba had abducted his daughter Sarah after his ex-wife talked of moving to Oregon. But police soon realised that not only was Sarah missing but so was her father and one of his employe
USA True Detective Vol. 2 No. 1
The vanishing. A mystery from Colorado.
At first it seemed that Paul Skiba had abducted his daughter Sarah after his ex-wife talked of moving to Oregon. But police soon realised that not only was Sarah missing but so was her father and one of his employees. To date they have not been found and police believe that all three were murdered. But who would want to kill them, and why?
Four victims for society hostess: Anjette’s cookbook for murder.
One of the fringe benefits of a good family in the South is that it places them in the status somewhat akin to Caesar’s wife. It seems it was just that reason that beautiful, charming Anjette Lyles was able to remain at large for years, despite a series of deaths in her family which would hae brought the law running to investigate in any average household.
Photoshoot – A visit to the ganger’s morgue, Cook County, Chicago.
The wife with a smoking gun.
The Texas jury was given the facts: A young wife had walked into a bar and blasted three shots into her husband’s back…
Clue of the bloody palmprint and the slaughtered goat.
Be a true detective and spot the incriminating evidence that a clever sheriff used to solve this classic murder case.
The unmasking of the Scream Killer.
She treated people with psychological problems, but Heather Stephenson-Snell was a sick, twisted egoist who planned a murder with the efficiency of a Mafia hit-man…Then, like most things in her life, the plan backfired.
Why they hanged Jean Lee.
Fifty-four years ago Jean Lee and two accomplices were hanged in Australia. Some people had serious doubts about her execution and the part she played in the murder. Others viewed the executions as justice being served. Read our compelling account and decide yourself.
Most Wanted. The birth of the FBI: Smashing the A-Bomb spy ring
Shocker in Virginia.
Elizabeth’s fantasies drove him to kill. At her trial she said "I was indulging in some grotesque childish fantasies," "I was feeling hate and resentment…But I wasn’t thinking about murder.
Please note – Many of the cases in the American issue of True Detective have already been published in True Detective, True Crime, Master Detective & Murder Most Foul.