Bundy: Ann Marie Burr (Suspected)

          Our first post in this Bundy series is going to focus on what many consider Bundy’s likely first victim – Ann Marie Burr. The Burr case is also probably the most heavily covered and investigated of the fourteen we’re going to cover for this series. Each case could be its own deep-dive book, so we’re […]

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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 Mysterious: Shugborough Monument

          This month’s archeological and historical mystery – the first of the year! – is a strange one. Reading about it has pushed me to the edge of a migraine, mostly because there are many, many people who believe they have solved it. I hope you’re interested in codes and ciphers, because we’re about to wade […]

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Identified: Delta Dawn

          Welcome to the last post of 2020, everyone. It’s been a real journey – this year has been garbage. That’s no surprise to anyone, of course. Because I’ve spent a year digging into such dark topics and documenting them here, while living in a world that seems to be going up in flames, I thought […]

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Legend has It: Le Loyon

          This month’s urban legend post brings us back across the pond to Switzerland. I struggled with categorizing the topic of this post – Le Loyon (also known as the Ghost of Maules) could conceivably be an extraterrestrial or interdimensional being, a cryptid, a spirit, or something else unknown. I’m going with Le Loyon being an […]

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The Missing: Patrick Warren and David Spencer

          This month’s missing persons case is actually two individuals who went missing together. The case is often referred to as the “Milk Carton Kids Case,” as Patrick Warren and David Spencer were the first missing kids in the UK to have their photos put on milk cartons to spread awareness, after the same initiative found […]

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The Unsolved: Amber Hagerman

         This month’s unsolved murder case is a monumental one – and I mean monumental in that it changed the way missing children cases are handled across the country. You may not know the name Amber Hagerman, but I’m willing to bet that your phone has blared with an Amber alert at some point. Today, we’ll […]

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The Haunted: Skirvin Hotel

         This month’s haunting post is our very first haunted hotel! The Skirvin Hotel has built up a reputation for being the most haunted hotel in Oklahoma City, OK. It also has quite the reputation for scaring off professional basketball players. Excited? Let’s explore. History           Before we get into the spooky stuff, let’s go over the […]

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The Mysterious: The “Lost” Maya

          This month’s mystery is a historical mystery with a dash of archaeology. We’ll be discussing what happened to the great Mayan civilization. More importantly, why do all of the impressive, expansive cities found within the Mayan Empire seem abandoned. And why, frustratingly, do people consider the Mayan Civilization lost? Who Were the Maya?           We’re going […]

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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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