A run down on the killer news of the day.
After 42 years of silence, Rhonda Stapley discussed her kidnapping, rape and assault by infamous serial killer, Ted Bundy.
"Now, I'm finally ready to tell my story and share it and see if I can help other people," said Stapley.
A transgender South Carolina murderer locked up for life wants the state to pay for her sex change.
Katheryn Brown — the inmate formerly known as Tennent Brown IV, who is serving a life sentence for the 2003 rape and murder of a Charleston French teacher — has asked the corrections department to help her transition from a man to a woman.
ABC News reports on the eight relatives who were shot dead "execution style" in a small Ohio village, is 90 miles east of Cincinnati. Authorities have rounded up dozens of people to interview and say that the investigation is "still in its early stages."
Eight members of the Rhoden family, including a mom lying in bed with her 4-day-old baby, were fatally shot in the head early Friday morning in Pike County, Ohio. Four of the victims lived on the same road, within miles of each other.
A source told ABC7 News off-camera they found a gruesome scene as their bodies were found on the hardwood floor along with a message written in ink reading: "Sorry, my first kill was clumsy."
Leslie Van Houten, the youngest member of the murderous Manson Family cult, finally took the first step toward parole Thursday after having been denied 19 previous times.
A two-person panel of the California Board of Parole Hearings found Van Houten, 66, who was convicted of the 1969 thrill killings of Leno and Rosemary LaBianca, "suitable for parole" after a hearing at the California Institution for Women in Chino, authorities told NBC News.