Identified: Jane Doe B10

          As we get back to our regularly scheduled programming, we’re going to cover another resolved Doe case. This case is a bit different from the Sumter County Does, however. This Doe’s killer has always been known, so that mystery was solved long ago. Getting her name back was the last step in this process. So, …

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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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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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The Unnamed: Christy Crystal Creek

            This month’s Jane Doe is the only remaining unidentified suspected victim of serial killer Wayne Nance. Nance, who was dubbed the Missoula Mauler, terrorized Montana from 1974 to 1986, and his rampage was only put to an end when his would-be victim shot and killed him during a home invasion. Two of his previously unidentified …

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The Mysterious: Georgia Guidestones

          There are a lot of things in the United States that are referred to as “America’s Stonehenge.” In fact, we’ve already taken a look at one of them: Mystery Hill in New Hampshire. For most of these things, the designation as something even in the ballpark of Stonehenge makes me roll my eyes. Stonehenge is …

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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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