The Haunted: Clinton Road

         This month’s post about a haunting is kind of all over the place. So much so that it sounds like one of those Stefan skits from Saturday Night Live. You know, “this haunted road has everything…creepy cults, a werewolf thing, the KKK, ghostly government workers, pagans, ghost trucks, and even aliens!” But really. It has […]

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The Missing: Kelsey Emily Collins

            This month’s missing persons case is one I cannot believe I have never heard of. It’s another one of those cases that I didn’t know about before doing research for this blog. And again, there’s no reason I shouldn’t have. Kelsey’s case is strange and well documented. Why aren’t there podcasts about her? Where are […]

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The Unsolved: Victims of the Freeway Phantom

          This week, we’re going to take a look at not one, but SIX unsolved murders known as the Freeway Phantom murders. This is a case that, in my opinion, should have been solved. And I believe it would have been solved if the victims had been white children, but we will get into that at […]

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Creepy Cryptids: Boo Hags

            Today, let’s take a look at a cryptid from Gullah culture. Before we dive in, I want to first give you all an overview of the Gullah people, as I am continuing my efforts to elevate Black voices and culture. The Gullah People           The Gullah People are a cultural group made up of Black Americans […]

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The Mysterious: Sylvia Plath Effect

         This month’s cultural mystery is the strange and disquieting Sylvia Plath Effect. Sylvia is perhaps my favorite author of all time, and I myself deal with mental health issues, so this topic is very close to my heart. Let’s explore. Major TW for suicide ahead. Who Was Sylvia?           In order to understand why this phenomena […]

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The Unnamed: St. Louis Jane Doe

          This week we’re going to be discussing a very gruesome Doe case. Before  you read on, just know that this post contains details of a violent crime against a child. Reader discretion is strongly advised. Additionally, I won’t be posting any of the photos of the body, but if you […]

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Legend Has It: The Curse of Lake Lanier?

The Lake           Lake Lanier is a manmade lake in Georgia. It was created as a result of the Buford Dam, which sits on the Chattahoochee River. Lake Lanier is also fed by the Chestatee River. As the story goes, the lake expanded beyond expectations and the spread of the water could not be controlled. This […]

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The Missing: Catherine Davidson

            Today we are going to examine the disappearance of Catherine Davidson, a young black girl who disappeared from a Michigan park. This case is just one of many black stories that need to be told. Let’s get into it.          Catherine, who typically went by the nickname Cathy, was born on December […]

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The Unsolved: LaVena Johnson

          As stated in my previous post, I will be focusing on black victims of crime for my True Crime posts (John/Jane Does, Missing Persons, Unsolved Murders) to amplify the message that Black Lives Matter. These stories deserve to be told and we need to say their names. Our first post will examine the unsettling death […]

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The Extraterrestrial: Warminster Thing

          Before we get started, I would like to take a few moments to discuss Black Lives Matter. I stand 100% with the movement and I am committed to continuing my efforts. I have been signing petitions and donating where I can, along with setting aside an hour a day to […]

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