Previously: Doveland, Wisconsin. They called him the “Poe Toaster,” because, well… that was what he did: Annually, on the anniversary of Edgar Allan Poe’s birthday, he would quietly yet publicly Continue Reading > about Unresolved: Who Was The Poe Toaster? (And Other Mysteries Of Edgar Allan Poe)
Previously: The Atlanta Blood House. Do you know about Doveland, Wisconsin? It’s a town — well, no. That’s not quite correct. It was a town. A small one, more rural than suburban, although no one Continue Reading > about Unresolved: What Happened To Doveland, Wisconsin — And Did It Ever Exist At All?
Previously: The Missing Girl In The Odessa Catacombs. The house located at 1114 Fountain Drive in Atlanta, Georgia is small and cozy. Built in 1945, it’s made of brick and has three bedrooms. Continue Reading > about Unresolved: What Caused The Atlanta Blood House’s Mysterious Mess?
Previously: The I-17 Mystery Christmas Tree. There’s a photograph that’s been passed around online for well over a decade now: A photograph of a bunch of young men — boys, really — in an Continue Reading > about Unresolved: Masha, The Missing Girl In The Odessa Catacombs
Previously: The I-17 Mystery Christmas Tree. [CW: Suicide.] In one sense, the story ended with the body on the beach. But in another, it began. Here is the point at which the life of Continue Reading > about Unresolved: The Mysterious Death Of “Peter Bergmann”
Previously: The Mystery Soda Machine Of Capital Hill, Seattle. The stretch of I-17 in Arizona between Sunset Point and Cordes Junction is rather barren; there’s not much lining the highway but Continue Reading > about Unresolved: The I-17 Mystery Christmas Tree Of Arizona & The Anonymous Elves Who Decorate It Every Year
Previously: The Ourang Medan. Anyone who grew up during a particular era in Seattle knew about it — the “mystery soda machine” in Capitol Hill. Located at the corner of E. John Street and 10th Continue Reading > about Unresolved: Who Stocked Seattle’s Mystery Soda Machine In Capitol Hill — And Where Has It Vanished To Now?
Previously: On The Momo Challenge. Some people know it as Elevator To Another World. For others, it’s the Elevator To Hell. Some simply call it the Elevator Ritual or the Elevator Game. But no Continue Reading > about On The Elevator Game: The History Of A Modern Urban Legend And Its Real-Life Connections & Consequences