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It's also not in our nature to give up on a mystery, whether it's the "who" or, knowing that already, the "why." TV movie), as well as countless movies, shows and books inspired by the real-life events.
Still other cases are destined to remain cold, as evidence withers and witnesses—or the killers themselves—die, as whoever really was Jack the Ripper or whoever killed Elizabeth Short or whoever the real Zodiac Killler was, did long ago.
At her father's request, so that he could access money he'd saved for Natalee's college fund to pay for her brother's tuition, she was declared legally dead in absentia by an Alabama judge in 2012.
Johnny Deppplays one of the lead investigators on Biggie's case in the upcoming film is slated for early next year.
There is no such thing anymore as a story that only crops up around "anniversaries" or other milestone dates from the case.
Is there anything more obsession-inducing, more worthy of a dive down a 10-episode rabbit hole of evidence and interviews and theories than a real, grisly, tragic, disturbing crime? And that would be a real, grisly, tragic, disturbing crime that hasn't been solved.
With almost every network awash in true crime dramas or docu-series these days (and if isn't true crime, then it's made-up crime), audiences have continued to be eager consumers of the nitty-grittiest of details when it comes to the most infamous crimes in recent memory—and some, such as the still-unsolved murders committed by the unidentified (or identified-many-times-over) Jack the Ripper in the 19th century or the real-life Hollywood noir that was the 1947 murder of the "Black Dahlia," aspiring actress Elizabeth Short, that aren't so recent.