Creepy Cryptids: The Van Meter Visitor

           Today we’re going to cover a very strange cryptid that comes to us from Van Meter, Iowa. It was only sighted in October 1903, and has never been seen again. This cryptid goes far beyond other cryptids covered before in many ways – it was seen by several people for extended periods of time, and […]

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The Missing: Juan Pedro Martinez

          This month’s missing persons case will be a relatively short one, because there aren’t many credible sources online that detail anything beyond the bare bones of the case. We’re headed to Spain to examine the strange accident that led up to the disappearance of Juan Pedro Martínez. Let’s explore. The Disappearance           Juan Pedro Martínez was […]

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The Unsolved: Jenny Low Chang

          This month’s unsolved murder case has all the markings of a case that gathers a large following. A young woman in college was murdered, found in a place where she wasn’t meant to be. The case has long gone cold, and the biggest theories often lead to big-name serial killers that were active in the […]

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The Extraterrestrial: Falcon Lake Incident

          This month we’re back on track with our normal posting schedule. That means we’re back with a supernatural post. Falcon Lake is considered the most famous and most well-documented UFO sighting (and encounter) in Canadian history. So what happened on that May night in 1967 that caused so much investigation and fanfare? Let’s explore. The […]

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The Mysterious: Agatha Christie’s Disappearance

          This month’s mystery is another literary one. Agatha Christie is one of the best mystery writers to have ever lived, creating beloved characters that live on in pop culture today. However, despite the number of mysteries Christie penned, one she lived through has lived on as the most confounding and complex enigmas in the literary […]

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Resolved: Wendy Stephens (AKA Doe B10)

          As we get back to our regularly scheduled programming, we’re going to cover another resolved Doe case. This case is a bit different from the Sumter County Does, however. This Doe’s killer has always been known, so that mystery was solved long ago. Getting her name back was the last step in this process. So, […]

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Update: Sumter County Does

          So, you’re all getting another bonus post this month – I’d planned to take a short break after the Bundy series but something came up. There has been big news in the true crime community, and you all probably have heard about it by now: Sumter County Jane and Jock Doe have their names back. […]

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Bundy: Nancy Baird (Suspected)

           We’ve finally come to the end of our Bundy series here at the Morbid Library. Today’s post, the final post, is one of the last widely publicized cases in which Bundy is suspected. Join me in examining the disappearance of Nancy Baird, and remembering the victims instead of the monster on today’s anniversary. Let’s explore. […]

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Bundy: Sue Curtis (Confessed)

           We’re nearing the end of our Bundy series and today’s post will cover one of the last cold cases he confessed to while on death row. Let’s explore. Who Was Sue?             Again, the old refrain. There isn’t a lot of information about Susan Curtis online. We have no information about her childhood or her family. […]

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Bundy: Lynette Culver (Confessed)

          Today’s case moves us to not only a new state, but also new territory altogether. Bundy confessed to killing a twelve year old girl in Idaho in 1975, his first (confessed) child victim. If you’re sensitive to violence against children, maybe skip this one. Let’s explore. Who Was Lynette?           Lynette was born on July 31, […]

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