True Crime Books by Jason Lucky Morrow

Welcome to HistoricalCrimeDetective.com [Est. 2013], where you will discover forgotten crimes and criminals lost to history. This blog is the official website for true crime writer Jason Lucky Morrow, author of four books including the popular series: Famous Crimes the World Forgot, Volume I and Volume II. Please follow us on Facebook, for updates. Contact me here for questions or comments.


Related Sites

True Crime Reader: A site about true crime books and news written by Melbourne-based journalist, writer and true crime reader Emily Webb.

Strange Company: A walk on the weird side of history. Cool website.

Deranged LA Crimes: True 20th Century tales of murder, mayhem, political corruption, and celebrity scandal. Author Joan Renner does an amazing job with this website. I stay away from most LA stories because she does such a great job with them.

Read Notorious Crooks of San Francisco blog by Paul Drexler in the San Francisco Examiner online and next time your are in San Francisco, go on his Crooks Tours of San Francisco.
 
Irregular Stories: Andrew Young’s True Crime Tales.

Crime Documentary:  This aggregator has over 800+ crime documentaries, all in one place, all available to watch for free.

Sword and Scale True Crime Podcast: Sword and Scale is a true-crime podcast that covers the underworld of criminal activity and the demented minds that perform the most despicable and unthinkable actions. We cover everything from high-profile trials to unsolved murders and missing persons cases.

Most Notorious! A True Crime History Podcast: Hosted by crime historian and author  Erik Rivenes,  this podcast brings an interview every week with an expert on a historical crime, criminal or tragedy. Some well-known, others lost in time. Anyone who loves the dark side of history should subscribe!

The Line  Up: Murder and Mayhem is delivered daily. To say we relish a good mystery would be an understatement. Whether it’s a worn Agatha Christie paperback, a gritty, new police procedural mini-series, or an unsolved case that’s still haunting us 50 years later, we’re dying to share our latest dark obsessions with fellow enthusiasts.

True Crime Diva: True Crime Diva is a personal-opinion based blog discussing various cases around the world and was established in 2010. It was created as a means for me to give my opinion/insight into various solved/unsolved murders.

Jim Fisher True Crime Blog: Jim Fisher is a former FBI agent, criminal  justice professor and the author of nine true crime books. The 2nd edition of his critically acclaimed book, Crimson Stain, has been revised and updated.

Patterson-Smith: Patterson Smith is an antiquarian bookseller specializing in true crime, gambling, and related subjects. He deals in out-of-print and rare books, and  magazines. If you are seeking a vintage true crime magazine about a specific case, Mr. Smith can search his database of 30,000 detective-magazine articles.

True Crime: Case Files eZine is an online e-zine composed of articles of interest to the general public, focusing on true crime readers and criminal justice professionals. It features trivia, video, audio, contests, and more. True Crime: Case Files is a quarterly, content-driven magazine featuring original articles and educational information in the true crime genre. $6.99 single issue, $24.99/year.

The Dark Side of Nebraska – This website provides a list of Nebraska’s most sinister criminals and their stories – murder, attempted murder, manslaughter, suicide, conspiracy, accidents, and unsolved mysteries.  Use the links above to search by name, by city, by decade, by victim, or check out the unsolved mysteries if you want to play detective.

SerialKillerCalendar.com – Home of Serial Killer Magazine, The Serial Killer Trading Cards and a ton more true crime related merchandise. Plus over 5000 pages of serial killer and true crime information.

True Crime Historian: Nice website. Similar approach to obscure historical true crime stories. Its less original writing and more posting of screen shots of old newspaper articles (from first look-through).

Killer-Kin Facebook Group: Killer Kin is for family historians researching a serious crime in their ancestry pre-1950.

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