Previously: The Three-Legged Licca-Chan. Type: UL (Unexplained Location) Period/location of origin: 1214, Germany; conversely, May 16, 1994, the Internet. Appearance: Subject appears to be a Continue Reading > about Encyclopaedia of the Impossible: Bielefeld, Germany
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Previously: The Miniature Coffins of Arthur's Seat. As of 2010, the town of Keddie in Plumas County, Northern California has a population of 66. Just 66 people. That’s why it’s not technically even Continue Reading > about Unresolved: Cabin 28 and the Keddie Murders
Previously: The Penn Hills Resort. I love a good multiplex with stadium seating and IMAX screens as much as the next girl — but there's nothing quite like a good old-fashioned drive-in Continue Reading > about Abandoned: The Dying Light of America’s Drive-In Movie Theaters (Photos)
It occurred to me a few weeks ago that an FAQ pertaining to the myriad games and rituals we’ve talked about here in The Most Dangerous Games might be useful; as such, here’s my attempt to provide one. Continue Reading > about The Most Dangerous Games: Frequently Asked Questions
Previously: "Mereana Mordegard Gelsgorv." What if all those "lost" episodes of familiar television shows that pop up so frequently in creepypasta tales weren't just... "found?" What if they all Continue Reading > about Creepypasta of the Week: "Lost Episodes"