True Crimes Trivia

This law student/serial killer, who murdered at least 30 women in the late 1970s, represented himself during his trial. His perceived good looks and charm earned him "fan" mail from thousands of women while awaiting his execution. Who was this serial killer?
Ted Bundy
Joachim Kroll
Pedro López
Albert Fish

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The unsolved murder of Elizabeth Short who traveled to Hollywood to begin an acting career was given this colorful floral nickname by reporters covering her case:
Black Dahlia
Blue Dahlia
Red Rose
Yellow Lily

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This cult leader and his "family" committed two sets of grisly murders in Los Angeles in 1969. The infamy of these crimes spawned a number of movies including Helter Skelter. Who was this cult leader?
Charles Manson
Jim Jones
Shoko Asahara
Marshall Applewhite

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This newspaper heiress was kidnapped in 1974 and initially held for ransom. However, the heiress would later help her kidnappers rob a bank. What is her name?
Patricia Hearst
Patti Davis
Sarah Gannett
Arianna Huffington

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This serial killer was arrested in 1991 in the city of Milwaukee. His 17 young male victims were strangled, dismembered (some parts were stored in vats in his home), and cannibalized. He was sentenced to almost 1,000 years in jail but was ultimately killed in prison by another inmate. Who was this serial killer?
Jeffrey Dahmer
Ted Bundy
Gary Ridgway
Richard Ramirez

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This young beauty queen was murdered in her family's Boulder, Colorado home 1996. Although many have been suspected in her murder - including her father, mother, and brother - no one was ever arrested for her death. What is her name?
JonBenet Ramsey
Shanda Renee Sharer
Hania Aguilar
Mary Phagan

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This Italian fashion designer was assassinated in his Miami home by Andrew Cunanan in 1997. His fashion house was taken over by his sister. Who was this designer?
Gianni Versace
Guccio Gucci
Giorgio Armani
Oscar de la Renta

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This teacher was tried and convicted in 1998 for having a relationship with one of her under-aged students - an affair began when he was 13. She eventually had two children with this student and married him after she was released from prison. Who was this teacher?
Mary Kay Letourneau
Debra Lafave
Abbie Jane Swogger
Stephanie Ragusa

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