The Mysterious: Black Knight Satellite

          Strap in, readers. This month’s mystery brings us back into Earth’s orbit to examine an object there. According to some, this object is an extraterrestrial satellite used to monitor mankind. According to others, it’s classified NASA technology preparing for some sort of intergalactic war. What is the so-called Black Knight Satellite, and how did it [...]

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: The Lost Cosmonauts

          For this month’s mystery post, we’re heading back to Conspiracy Land. History will tell us that Yuri Gagarin, a Soviet astronaut, was the first man in space - but what if this was a well crafted lie? According to some, the Soviet Union sent other cosmonauts into space before Gagarin - but covered those spaceflights [...]

The Mysterious: The Philadelphia Experiment

          This month’s mystery takes us back to the strange world of conspiracy theories. What we’ll be discussing today is perhaps the most gruesome and more enduring legends surrounding the United States Military. Did the military truly cause a ship to teleport in a misguided attempt to develop invisibility technology? Did poor souls truly end up [...]

The Mysterious: The Pollock Sisters

          This month’s mystery is something we haven’t touched on yet here at the Morbid Library - reincarnation. The case of the Pollock Twins has been hailed as the most compelling case of reincarnation - but questions swirl around the two young girls’ circumstances and the validity of their claims. Let’s explore. The Tale           This story [...]

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 [...]