Creepy Cryptids: Thunderbirds

          This month’s cryptid is going a bit off of our established path - rather than a creepy monster-thing a few people witnessed, this creature is prominently featured across Native American mythology - from Alaska, to Pennsylvania, to Texas, to Washington. So - what is the elusive Thunderbird? Did it once exist, and does it still? [...]

The Haunted: New York House of Death

          For this month’s haunting, we will be travelling to the New York City Neighborhood of Greenwich Village. According to legend, 22 spirits take residence in Greek Revival brownstone. What is it about this specific residence that seems to attract misfortune and death? Let’s explore. The History           New York’s “House of Death” was built in 1856. [...]

The Mysterious: Lake Michigan Triangle

          Happy Halloween month! I hope everyone has some spooky shenanigans planned despite all the fuckery COVID has wreaked on typical October activities. To celebrate here at the Morbid Library, we’re going to cover one of Michigan’s most interesting and lesser-known mysteries. If you haven’t realized (or didn’t read the author page) - I’m from Michigan [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]