The Missing: Felipe Santos and Terrance Williams

          As promised, this month’s missing persons post will actually cover two cases. Two men of color went missing from Naples, Florida (hey again, Florida) in a four month period between October 2003 and January 2004. Their last known whereabouts both involve the same law enforcement officer, which has led to a lot of accusations throughout […]

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The Unsolved: Jabez SPann

          When I first began looking into missing persons cases, I read up on the case of Jabez Spann. That was back in 2018, before his remains were found. I had him listed as a case to cover for a missing persons post. Imagine my surprise when I began researching his disappearance….only to find out that […]

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The Extraterrestrial: Aurora Burial

          In the weirdosphere we often discuss alien sightings and crashes. What doesn’t necessarily come up is the aftermath. At least, we do not normally have the details for what happens after. Maybe that’s because the alien wreckage gets scooped up by the military or other government agencies right away. Maybe the survivors snatch up their […]

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The Mysterious: Kentucky Meat Shower

          Before we get into this month’s mystery, I have to warn you all: this is a gross one. I strongly advise against eating while reading. Especially when we get into examining just what exactly fell from the sky on that strange day in Kentucky. Ready? Buckled in? Let’s explore the mystery of the Kentucky Meat […]

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Resolved: Rainbow Falls Doe

          This month’s Doe case deviates from my attempts to shed more light on BIPOC cases, so to make up for it I will be covering two linked missing men of color next month. I feel that it’s important to show the good news side of true crime as well, so we all remember that these […]

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The Haunted: Old House Woods

          It’s almost spooky season so let’s get into the season with a strangely varied case – what screams autumn more than a haunted forest? Virginia has such a long and storied history, it’s no wonder that it’s home to what just might be the most haunted forest in the United States. Buckle up folks, we’re […]

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The Missing: Dorien Deon Thomas

          This month’s missing persons case is the vanishing of Dorien Deon Thomas. I chose Dorien’s case as I’ve noticed all of the missing persons I’ve covered have been either white or female. It’s past time I’ve covered a male BIPOC – if you’re in the true crime community at all, you know that male missing […]

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The Unsolved: Leroy Carter Jr

         Before we get into this, I want to start off by saying that this case does not have a lot of reputable sources online – which, as a hobbyist writer, is where I draw 99% of my information from. Lucky for me (and all of you!) Michael Whelan of the Unresolved podcast has done the […]

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Legend Has It: Bunnyman Bridge

            This month’s urban legend is a classic that I have wanted to cover for a very long time. It’s got all of the individual elements of a lasting creepy legend: horrifying setting, unknown and dangerous entity, a genesis seemingly rooted in reality, and some subtle moral leanings (don’t stay out late, don’t disturb nature, etc). […]

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The Mysterious: Georgia Guidestones

          There are a lot of things in the United States that are referred to as “America’s Stonehenge.” In fact, we’ve already taken a look at one of them: Mystery Hill in New Hampshire. For most of these things, the designation as something even in the ballpark of Stonehenge makes me roll my eyes. Stonehenge is […]

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