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My Interview On The Pop List

I sat down with Floyd from The Pop List to discuss what its like creating content on the web and of course all things creepy. Floyd has been the voice of The Pop List for over 2 years with episodes… Continue Reading →

New Orleans Cities of the Dead

Cemeteries are creepy but at least we can take some comfort in the fact that the dead are at least below a few feet of earth. But for the people of New Orleans the dead are little closer. Unlike our… Continue Reading →

The Flatwoods Monster and Mothman

West Virginia has always had its share of legends from the Grassman to the hellhound. Myths and stories just seem to spring out the mists that roll over the hills. But two stories that come out the state are bit… Continue Reading →

The Harpe Brothers America’s First Serial Killer Duo

The land of Tennessee and Kentucky with all its caves and valleys has always been a place where the law has a harder team getting around. With the chaos of a new country called the United States of America busy… Continue Reading →

The Reign of Terror

The winter of 1793 France was failing apart economically, a bad harvest had led to food shortages, and the people were rioting in the streets. The peasants filled with anger had taken the Bastille a prison an armory and stolen… Continue Reading →

Mudhouse Mansion a local legend

Every small town seems to have its local legend about some creepy place, something the local kids tell at sleep overs and the parents warn never to go near. Often it’s some ghost on some road or in some old… Continue Reading →

A Timeline of Forensics With Unsolved Crimes !

Operation Paperclip

By November of 1945 ww2 on the western front was brought to a close and the Nazi war machine was brought to its end but there was still one problem. Before and during the war Nazi Germany had invested tons… Continue Reading →

The Case of the Deadly Dye

In 1775 an early chemist Carl Scheele had discovered that he could make a beautiful bright yellowish-green pigment that was excellent for making paints, dyeing cloth and paper, and oh yah as a pesticide. See Scheele’s Green as it was… Continue Reading →

The Zodiac’s Code

From 1969 to 1974 the serial killer known as the Zodiac stalked the San Francisco area killing at least 5 people on his rampage Betty Lou Jensen, David Arthur Faraday, Darlene Elizabeth Ferrin, Cecelia Ann Shepard, and Paul Lee Stine as… Continue Reading →

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