Chris Watts, the Golden State Killer, and other true crime cases have continued to fascinate people over the years. Now, a new collection of recent coverage, along with updates, have been compiled in a new 96-page special report. When and how can you buy it?

People revealed that the magazine's new "True Crime Stories" issue will offer "the latest on the headline trials" surrounding a variety of people, including accused killer Robert Durst. Additionally, it will also take a closer look at "new details of how DNA evidence may offer hope in the unsolved disappearances of dozens of women in Texas."

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In 2018, Watts' pregnant wife Shanann and their two children, Bella, 4, and Celeste, 3, went missing. Following their disappearance, the Colorado resident eventually admitted to the murders after exhibiting "significant signs of deception" prior to his admission. He is currently serving five consecutive life sentences at a Wisconsin prison, where he continues to reportedly be in "his own private hell."

Since he has started fulfilling his punishment, he has gone on to send "chilling letters" to author Cheryln Cadle, which were compiled in the book "Letters From Christopher: The Tragic Confessions of the Watts Family Murders." Additionally, Watts also accused his former mistress, Nichol Kessinger, of playing a significant role in the crimes.

As for the Golden State Killer, a tool called GEDMatch played a pivotal role in identifying Joseph James DeAngelo, the man behind the crimes. After taking DNA from the handle of his car, investigators were able to tie him to 12 murders and 45 sexual assaults in California throughout the '70s and '80s.

Those who purchase People's "True Crime Stories," which was released on April 3, will get to take a more in-depth look at both of these cases in order to develop a deeper understanding of the circumstances.

People’s new special edition, True Crime Stories, is available now on Amazon for $13.99, and wherever magazines are sold.

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Chris Watts is pictured in court for his arraignment hearing at the Weld County Courthouse on Aug. 21, 2018 in Greeley, Colorado. Getty Images/RJ Sangosti