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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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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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 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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The Unnamed: Sumter County Does Part II

          This is one of the most frustrating Doe cases I’ve ever read about. We have so many clues about these people. They boy had very distinctive features. Why can’t anyone find a string to follow here? This second part was very frustrating to research and is ultimately not satisfying. There are no answers here, and […]

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The Unnamed: Sumter County Does Part I

          This week, we will be examining an extremely notable Doe case. Well, Doe cases. There are two victims here, apparently killed together. The internet seems to be obsessed with this case – it seems so solvable. That’s part of the reason why I picked it; there are so many details that should have already led […]

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The Occult: The Bridgewater Triangle Part V

          In all of my research for the previous four posts about the Bridgewater Triangle, one thing has loomed large: rumors of the occult. Now, as seems to be custom for the United States, creepy forests are magnets for urban legends about the occult. I’d (almost) be willing to bet money that anyone reading this has […]

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Murdered: The Bridgewater Triangle Part IV

          This post is going to be a little jumbled, for a few reasons. The first case we’re going to look at is extensive and could be a post on its own. There could be books written about the Arruda case – it is by far one of the most documented cases in the triangle. The […]

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Creepy Cryptids: The Bridgewater Triangle Part III

          So now that we have looked at haunting and UFO sightings in the Bridgewater Triangle, let’s stay in this spooky vein and take a look at all the wonderful cryptids reported in the area. We won’t be able to cover everything, so consider this a Greatest Hits of the Bridgewater Triangle Cryptids. Giant Cats I […]

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The extraterrestrial: The Bridgewater Triangle, Part II

          As we discussed in last week’s post, the Bridgewater Triangle is host to a shocking number of unexplainable events. This post (second in a series of five) with look at another phenomena reported in the triangle – alien encounters. Buckle up, because this gets kind of wild.          UFOs and other alien-adjacent […]

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