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 Moberly-Jourdain Incident. In the spring of 1945 — April 20, to be precise — an egg hatched on a farm in Fruita, Colorado. Unsurprisingly, out popped a chicken. But this chicken Continue Reading > about Creepy Wikipedia: The Life And Times Of Mike The Headless Chicken
Previously: Weegee. Have you ever been to the Palace of Versaille? I haven’t — not yet. (Ironically enough, despite being the only member of my family to have studied French, I am also the only Continue Reading > about Creepy Wikipedia: The Moberly–Jourdain Incident, Time Slips, And The Ghosts Of Versaille
Previously: The Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine. When I first stumbled upon the Wikipedia page for the photographer Weegee, who is known primarily for his street shots, documentation of the activity of Continue Reading > about Creepy Wikipedia: Weegee, Crime Scene Photography, And The Business Of Murder
Previously: The Collyer Brothers. It’s not uncommon for bottles, jugs, and other vessels to be among the artifacts unearthed at sites long associated with human history — but some of those vessels Continue Reading > about Creepy Wikipedia: Witch Bottles, Wards, And Protection Against The Unknown
Previously: The Blue Ghost Tunnel, Ontario, Canada. O’Zone Pizza Pub wasn’t always O’Zone Pizza Pub. The Pensacola, Fla. eatery might be lauded for its pies and extensive beer list now, but once Continue Reading > about Haunted Road Trip: The Historic Sacred Heart Hospital, O’Zone Pizza Pub, And The Ghosts Of Pensacola, Florida
Previously: The Mowing Devil. In 1947, no one had seen the Collyer brothers for years. Not properly, at least; it had, after all, been nearly 15 years since they had boarded up the windows and Continue Reading > about Creepy Wikipedia: The Life And Death Of The Collyer Brothers And Their “Mystery House”
Previously: The Black Paintings of Francisco de Goya. In 1678, a curious pamphlet, printed and published quarto-style via woodblock, appeared in England, coming out of Hertfordshire in the Continue Reading > about Creepy Wikipedia: The “Mowing Devil” Pamphlet, Crop Circles, And “Strange News out of Hartford-shire”