Serial Killers

Rodney James Alcala was sentenced to death in 2010. Authorities say he might have killed up to 130 people across the country.
Netflix's “Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story” will dramatize instances where cops gave the "clean-cut, good-looking white" serial killer a free pass.
The new docuseries "Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer" tops the list.
Samuel Little died at a California hospital. He killed nearly 60 confirmed victims in his lifetime, and claimed to have killed even more.
Joseph James DeAngelo appeared in court ahead of sentencing for his crime spree as the East Area Rapist and a notorious serial killer.
Dahmer was killed in prison while serving 15 life sentences for a series of shocking murders.
Joe Goldberg has a new home, name and love interest. But he still can't hide from his serial killer past.
Little has confessed to strangling 93 women. The FBI has verified at least 50 of the claims and believes all of Little's confessions are "credible."
A "violent predator" appears to be targeting sex workers, police Chief James Craig said.
The killing of Chynal Lindsey, 26, is at least the fourth unsolved slaying involving transgender women of color in the Texas city.