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 Lighthouse Keepers Of Eilean Mor. It began with a kidnapping. In 1984, Katsuhisa Ezaki had been the president and CEO of Ezaki Glico — the Japanese food and confectionery company Continue Reading > about Unresolved: The Monster With 21 Faces, The Glico-Morinaga Case, And The Candy Poisoning Incident Of 1984
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: Strange and Unusual Haunts. (CW: Missing children, missing people, homicide, home invasion, etc.) When we think of Halloween these days, we tend to think of our seasonal spookiness Continue Reading > about The Unsolved Mysteries Of Halloween (Halloween 2017)
Previously: Karin Catherine Waldegrave. Okay. I’ve put it off for long enough. We’re finally going to talk about John Titor, time traveler from the future. Or, perhaps — and, honestly, more Continue Reading > about Unresolved: John Titor, Time Traveler From The Future
Previously: Cicada 3301. Whenever we think of horrifying, unsolved instances of children disappearing, the one that probably comes to mind first for most of us is the story of the Beaumont Continue Reading > about Unresolved: What Happened To The Sodder Children After The Fire?
Previously: UVB-76, "The Buzzer." On April 4, 1922 — a Tuesday — neighbors of the Gruber family grew concerned. The Grubers owned the farmstead between Ingolstadt and Schrobenhausen commonly Continue Reading > about Unresolved: The Hinterkaifeck Murders