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What did actor Robert Wagner know about that night?
We asked expert James Warner Wallace about solving unsolvable crimes
A prolific director of silent films, William Desmond Taylor was found dead on February 2, 1922.
When O.J. Simpson was acquitted of double murder in 1995, it seemed there was nothing he couldn’t evade. Then life caught up with him
First the head was found, sniffed out in January 2012 by nine canines led by a pair of dog walkers on an afternoon trip through Bronson Canyon Park.
In June 1986, a group of men riding all-terrain vehicles slipped unseen into the city’s underground storm drain system, heading for the First Interstate Bank at Spaulding and Sunset.
She didn’t find success in Hollywood but she excelled at parties and in bedrooms in the Hollywood Hills. Was the actress murdered because she had turned to extorting the celebrities and politicians
The details of the case that haunts retired detective Cliff Shepard
Was the Miracle Mile killing of the Brooklyn rapper payback, orchestrated and covered up with the help of rogue LAPD officers working security for Knight?
Michelle McNamara considers two cold cases
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