Since the time Crime Magazine (www.crimemagazine.com) began in November of 1998, over four million readers have visited the site to read about the various facets of true crime – from serial killers to mass killers, from capital punishment to prisons to innocence cases, from celebrity crime, to foreign crime, to sex crimes to historical crimes. We’ve written about assassinations and kidnappings, political corruption and organized crime, and about famous trials. We reviewed hundreds of new crime books and excerpted some of the best new crime books on the market.
From the outset, our goal has been to provide the definitive account of the subjects we cover. Our articles are well-researched, fact-based, and evenhanded. We are proud of our long association with writers such as J.J. Maloney, Alan May, Mel Aton, Ron Chepesiuk, Lona Manning, Don Fulsom, Doris Lane, Mark Pulham, Robert Walsh, Anthony Davis and Marilyn Z. Tomlins. No Internet site specializing in true crime coverage has such accomplished writers at work for it.
To offer you this high quality writing costs money. Our efforts to make Crime Magazine self-supporting through advertising revenue have come up short and it is now time we turn to you, our loyal readers, and ask for your help to make Crime Magazine an even stronger venue for true crime reporting at its best.
While Crime Magazine will continue to offer a wide range of free reader material, effective November 14, 2011, we are going to begin charging nominal sums for access to the full content of the site through PayPal with various subscription options.
With the purpose of writing about true crime in an authoritative, fact-based manner, veteran journalists J. J. Maloney and J. Patrick O’Connor launched Crime Magazine in November of 1998.
Their goal was to cover all aspects of true crime: from organized crime to serial killers, from capital punishment to prisons, from historical crimes to celebrity crime, from assassinations to government corruption, from justice issues to innocent cases, from crime films to books about crime. Read More