Previously: The Toynbee Tiles. Just off the western coast of Scotland lies a chain of islands known as the Outer Hebrides. Just off the western coast of the Outer Hebrides lies another chain of Continue Reading > about Unresolved: What Happened To The Lighthouse Keepers Of Eilean Mor?
Previously: The John Lawson House. In the 1980s, a series of strange messages began to appear, seemingly embedded in the pavement of streets and sidewalks in both major U.S. cities and in a few Continue Reading > about Unresolved: The Toynbee Tiles, Jupiter, & Resurrecting The Dead
Previously: The Redhead Murders. For at least 10 years — possibly longer — the John Lawson House, which is located at 9A Main Street in New Hamburg/Wappinger Falls, New York, was known for a Continue Reading > about Unresolved: The Moving Mannequins Of The John Lawson House
Previously: The Jack Froese Emails. (CW: Homicide, photos. The photos aren't graphic, but they might be disturbing to some.) Serial murders and the killers who commit them have a tendency toward Continue Reading > about Unresolved: The Redhead Murders, The Bible Belt Strangler, And The Inexact Art Of Identifying Serial Murder
Previously: The Missing Man In The Paris Catacombs. The message appeared in Tim Hart’s inbox one night in November, 2011. Addressed from Hart’s friend, Jack Froese, the email had a somewhat ominous Continue Reading > about Unresolved: The Jack Froese Emails & The Question Of Life After Death
Previously: Gef The Talking Mongoose. A quick Google search is all it takes to find it: Alleged video footage of a man who disappeared in the Paris Catacombs in France in the early 1990s. It’s Continue Reading > about Unresolved: The Missing Man In The Paris Catacombs
Previously: The Devil's Footprints. In September of 1931, the Irving family was beset upon by the strangest spook that ever dared rattle its proverbial chains: A creature that became known as Gef Continue Reading > about Unresolved: Gef The Talking Mongoose, Or, The Dalby Spook
Previously: John Titor. The beginning of February 1855 in the southwest county of England known as Devon was marked by heavy snowfall. Indeed, 1855 would prove to be unusually cold — but on the Continue Reading > about Unresolved: The Devil’s Footprints & The Great Devon Mystery Of 1855