Creepy Cryptids: The Mongolian Death Worm

          This month’s cryptid is a historical one – writings of it date back to the 1920s, and though it lives on in infamy to today, I don’t think it’s one of the more well-known cryptids out there. Today we’ll be examining the origins and various run-ins with the so-called Mongolian Death Worm. Let’s explore. Origins […]

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The Unnamed: Jenkins County Jane Doe 1988

Note: Got my schedule a little messed up here, so we’ve got a Doe case on the 25th this month and a cryptid case on the 30th.          This month’s Doe case is one that has found some infamy in the past year or so, thanks to two podcasts: The Fall Line […]

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The Missing: Rachel mellon

          This month’s missing persons case is going to be a rough one. Before we get into things, I just want to give a trigger warning for domestic violence and child sexual abuse. We won’t get into too many details, but those topics will be touched on briefly. With that heads up in mind, join me […]

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The Unsolved: Evelyn Hernandez

          This month’s unsolved murder is a case that has come to be known as “the other Laci Peterson” which is a term that I will not be using, because it diminishes Evelyn Hernandez’s life and humanity to be secondhand to a white woman. To be honest, the two cases are inextricably linked – of the […]

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The Extraterrestrial: Dechmont Woods Encounter

          This month’s alien post will cover the strange Scottish case known as the Dechmont Woods Encounter. While it may follow the usual path of reported alien encounters, it does diverge when it comes to how seriously it was taken. Let’s explore. The Encounter           On November 9, 1979 a 60 year old forestry worker named Robert […]

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The Mysterious: Michigan Stonehenge

          As promised in last month’s historical mystery post, this month we will be discussing Lake Michigan Stonehenge, what it actually is, what it could be, and why it’s there. Now, that sounds like a lot to cover, but there’s surprisingly not many legitimate sources surrounding this structure under the choppy waters of Lake Michigan. Take […]

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The Unnamed: El Dorado Jane Doe

        This month’s Jane Doe case is very, very different than any of the cases I’ve covered in the case. We know details of what this Doe was like in life, because we know her killer and how he spoke to her. However, things are complicated by the fact that the El Dorado Jane Doe was […]

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Legend Has It: Michigan’s Hell’s Bridge

       This month’s urban legend is a little-known tale from Algoma Township, near Rockford, MI – how are you all liking this dive into the lore of the mitten state? I hope you’re all ready for this one. There isn’t a lot of information on it but it is semi-infamous locally, probably due to the legend […]

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The Missing: Evelyn Hartley

          As we continue to look at some of my pet cases, we’re going to take a look at a case from Wisconsin in 1953. If you’re really into true crime, that date and location may make your ears prick up. We know Ed Gein was actively grave robbing and possibly killing people in the late […]

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The Unsolved: Jeannette DePalma

          This month’s unsolved murder is a case that has fascinated me for a long, long time. It brings us back to the seeds of the Satanic Panic in the Northeast United States, and is a perfect case study for how fast local rumors and superstition can cloud and derail a death investigation. This post will […]

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