New technology brings fresh hope to the Zodiac case. But what if it's still a dead end?
Fascination leads beyond obsession, as a new Zodiac emerges in New York City.
New theories bring new suspects. But for many independent investigators, those theories are truth.
Toschi's investigation led to a dead end, but independent investigators are chasing down other leads.
What if the story you've heard about the Zodiac is not the real story? It's time to separate fact from fiction.
Investigators finally put a name and face to the Zodiac. The prime suspect is revealed.
A close encounter with the Zodiac sends investigators to Riverside, California
After an impromptu TV appearance, the Zodiac fights to stay in the limelight
Zodiac is making threats which now target children. And he says he’s making a bomb.
Zodiac moves to the City by the Bay
Who is this man in a medieval mask?
Three nearly identical letters, each containing one-third of a 408-symbol cryptogram, arrive at three Bay Area newspapers.
Christmastime, 1968. All was not calm, all was not bright.
Who is the Zodiac and where is he? Season 2 launches January 3, 2019.
Recalling Wayne's time working as a stringer... under the cover of night.
Live from CrimeCon 2018, Payne Lindsey and team take you inside the hit podcasts Atlanta Monster and Up and Vanished. Moderated by HowStuffWorks’ Jason Hoch.
Live from the TuneIn stage at SXSW, the team gives a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of Atlanta Monster. Moderated by Tracy Kaplan.
Payne and the team answer more listener questions.
Payne and the team answer listener questions.
In this case, the truth depends on who you choose to believe.
Trial by trace evidence
One thing is clear -- no one can agree on The List.
What car did Wayne really drive? Where did the reward money go? And was Wayne scouted by the CIA?
The team behind Atlanta Monster digs deeper into untold stories
Payne explores theories of Klan involvement within the case.
Payne and the team gear up for a closer look at the so-called "bridge incident."
Payne makes contact with the alleged Atlanta Monster.
Wayne Williams through the eyes of those seemingly closest to him...
Atlanta asks, who is Wayne Williams?
Atlanta’s search for a serial killer becomes more and more convoluted.
It's 1979 in Atlanta - and children are going missing.
On September 14, 1980, Darron Glass went missing.
Hysteria hits as kids disappear from their own neighborhoods.