Bundy: Nancy Wilcox (Confessed)

          In today’s post, we’re jumping to the first unsubstantiated confession to come out of Bundy’s time in Utah. Unlike with Georgann’s or Donna’s cases, however, Bundy’s confession doesn’t seem to quite line up with what we know about the disappearance of Nancy Wilcox. Let’s explore. Who Was Nancy?           Nancy Wilcox was born on July 4, […]

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Bundy: Georgann Hawkins (Confessed)

          Today’s case is one of the more extensively covered of the cases in this series. There is such a vast amount of information out there about Georgann Hawkins, I’m surprised there aren’t books about her. Since we can’t feasibly cover every detail here, consider this a sort of primer. If this case sparks an interest […]

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Bundy: Donna Manson (Confessed)

          Today’s case in the Bundy series is the first in which we have an actual confession. We don’t have to speculate whether Bundy was involved in the disappearance here, but we still have so many blanks to fill. If we take Bundy at his word, we know he killed Donna Manson – but no sign […]

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Bundy: Vicki Hollar (Suspected)

          As promised in the previous post, there is not a big jump in time between the disappearance of Rita Jolly and the case we will be examining today. Like Rita’s disappearance, this case also took place in Oregon in 1973. As seems to be typical for nearly all of the cases in this series, and […]

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Bundy: Rita Jolly (Suspected)

          For this next post we continue to wade in murky waters. We’re jumping ahead to 1973, which is a smaller gap than we’ve seen so far – and we will not see a time period as we continue with this series. Again, not a lot is known about Rita Jolly, her disappearance, or the ensuing […]

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Bundy: Joyce LePage (Suspected)

          As we move along in this series, we get into murkier waters. We’re also jumping forward five years from the last post. There isn’t a lot of information available about Joyce LePage out there. If it were not for her brother’s determination to find out what truly happened to his sister and apprehend her killer, […]

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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 Extraterrestrial: Dechmont Woods Encounter

          This month’s alien post will cover the strange Scottish case known as the Dechmont Woods Encounter. While it may follow the usual path of reported alien encounters, it does diverge when it comes to how seriously it was taken. Let’s explore. The Encounter           On November 9, 1979 a 60 year old forestry worker named Robert […]

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The Unsolved: Jeannette DePalma

          This month’s unsolved murder is a case that has fascinated me for a long, long time. It brings us back to the seeds of the Satanic Panic in the Northeast United States, and is a perfect case study for how fast local rumors and superstition can cloud and derail a death investigation. This post will […]

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Legend Has It: Bunnyman Bridge

            This month’s urban legend is a classic that I have wanted to cover for a very long time. It’s got all of the individual elements of a lasting creepy legend: horrifying setting, unknown and dangerous entity, a genesis seemingly rooted in reality, and some subtle moral leanings (don’t stay out late, don’t disturb nature, etc). […]

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