The Mysterious: Michigan Stonehenge

          As promised in last month’s historical mystery post, this month we will be discussing Lake Michigan Stonehenge, what it actually is, what it could be, and why it’s there. Now, that sounds like a lot to cover, but there’s surprisingly not many legitimate sources surrounding this structure under the choppy waters of Lake Michigan. Take […]

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Legend Has It: Michigan’s Hell’s Bridge

       This month’s urban legend is a little-known tale from Algoma Township, near Rockford, MI – how are you all liking this dive into the lore of the mitten state? I hope you’re all ready for this one. There isn’t a lot of information on it but it is semi-infamous locally, probably due to the legend […]

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The Haunted: Mackinac Island

          As we get deeper into October, I’ve decided to explore some pet cases of mine. That means we’re staying in Michigan for this week’s post. In this post, we’ll explore Mackinac Island (pronounced mack-ih-naw, y’all) and its many hauntings. Brief History           I recognize that many of my readers will not be familiar with Mackinac Island, […]

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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 […]

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The Unnamed: Ada Bones Doe

          This month’s Doe case is going to be fairly short, but it is incredibly close to home so I feel incredibly compelled to cover it, especially since the DNA Doe Project has taken on the case. Let’s explore the case of the Ada Bones Jane Doe. The Discovery           Ada, Michigan is a small town on […]

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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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Creepy Cryptids: The Michigan Dogman

          Growing up in Michigan has afforded me a lot of connection to nature – the beaches and their lakes, rivers, sand dunes, and incredibly expansive forests. The forests, however, have historically given me the creeps. Any time I’ve ever spent in forests – hiking, camping, even walking in my backyard – has normally ended with […]

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