How Narratively contributor Mary Kay McBrayer turned her love for true crime stories into a book about America’s first female serial killer.
When I bumped into the other Davon Clark in college, it was funny. When friends confused our dating profiles, it was weird. When he got in trouble with the cops, my life started...
Sixty-six years before the infamous spilled McDonald’s coffee, May Donoghue drank a ginger beer with a dead mollusk in it and changed personal-injury law forever.
How an audacious con man with fake ties to the pinnacles of the church ran an epic scheme and swindled those who trusted him most.
“Jolly Jane” Toppan overcame a miserable Dickensian childhood to become a medical professional patients adored. She was also slowly murdering them one by one.