Bundy: The Missing and Suspected Victims

          Things are going to look a little different this month at the Morbid Library. We’ve stuck consistently to the schedule, but we’re coming up on our 1 Year Anniversary - and we’re also coming up on a big date in True Crime History. On January 24, 1989, Ted Bundy was executed via the electric chair …

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The Unnamed: I-90 Doe

          This post is connected to the last post - Bitter Creek Betty and the I-90 Doe were killed by the same man, Clark Perry Baldwin. Because of this, the section regarding him will be the same as it was in Betty's writeup.  The Discovery           On April 13, 1992, the decomposing remains were found off the …

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The Haunted: The Greenbrier Ghost

          Have you ever heard of someone solving their own murder? Yes, we’re talking about some beyond-the-grave sleuthing. The story I’m about to tell could fall into a few categories - it’s part ghost story, part true crime tale, and part urban legend. This is the story of the death of Zona Heaster Shue, and how …

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The Unnamed: Sumter County Does Part II

          This is one of the most frustrating Doe cases I’ve ever read about. We have so many clues about these people. They boy had very distinctive features. Why can’t anyone find a string to follow here? This second part was very frustrating to research and is ultimately not satisfying. There are no answers here, and …

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The Occult: The Bridgewater Triangle Part V

          In all of my research for the previous four posts about the Bridgewater Triangle, one thing has loomed large: rumors of the occult. Now, as seems to be custom for the United States, creepy forests are magnets for urban legends about the occult. I’d (almost) be willing to bet money that anyone reading this has …

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