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Clowns And Candy: The Scariest Playground of My Childhood

By: - May 9, 2018
Category : Nostalgia, Shoe Factory Road, Unsolved

Since the beginning of writing this blog, I’ve discussed strange occurrences, unexplained mysteries, and various case studies. I’ve cited the actual Shoe Factory Road as a large inspiration for my writings. I rarely mention individual stories I’ve been affected by, save for my great uncle’s house. But then last week, as I was unpacking boxes […]

The Case of the Mothman

By: - August 6, 2015
Category : Case Study, Hauntings, Unsolved

Continuing the theme of doing some case studies that have fascinated me for quite some time, I figured it might be fun to throw a few more of these cases out there. Most people have heard something about them. But I’d like to dive in a little bit further to really explore all the events […]

The Enfield Monster Case Study

By: - July 31, 2015
Category : Case Study, Hauntings, Unsolved

It’s still a little early for Halloween. The weather hit 98 the other day, but I came across a story recently straight out of a Halloween horror classic. Surprisingly, this didn’t occur right around Halloween, as odd things usually do. The setting was rural Illinois. The date: April 25th, 1973. One of the strangest events […]

Cracking the Code of The Thomas Beale Cipher

By: - July 17, 2015
Category : People, Unsolved

There’s nothing in the world that gets people hyped up quite like the thought of finding buried treasure. Often times in the most unforgiving terrain – land or sea. Some of the greatest explorations have revolved around sunken ships, harsh desert conditions, and murky rainforests. Empires were cemented and others crumbled while seeking routes during […]

The Max Headroom Incident

By: - June 2, 2015
Category : Nostalgia, People, Unsolved

I recently began reading the book For God, Country, and Coca-Cola I received for Christmas from my girlfriend’s parents. The book tells the story of how America’s favorite drink came to be. Its weird to think a pharmacist, John Pemberton, began serving his concoction as a tonic for ill patients and spun into the biggest […]