Gary is a writer with an interest in existentialism, true crime, history, and the paranormal. When he isn't drifting in and out of deep thought or rattling off puns, he works in animal rescue and is a District Leader with The Humane Society of the United States.
The bloodstain remains on the floor to this day—and several witnesses have claimed to see a black mist materialize from the spot and glide through the house.
The ancient site's mysterious history is debated by archeologists and conspiracy theorists alike.
After signing the biggest deal of his life, Ambrose Small walked into a snowstorm and was never seen again.
Two barrels. Four bodies. A decades-long murder mystery.
A perimeter search revealed blood stains in the yard, and bloody prints on the nearby garage.
Outside of Washington, D.C. lies an abandoned institution with a thoroughly disturbing past.
The bestselling true crime author discusses the disturbing crimes of .22 Caliber Killer Joseph Christopher.
In 1803, London was seized by pure terror.
Aside from the family cat, the Patterson household was eerily devoid of life.
Her body remained in an eerily perfect state, without the slightest hint of decay.
In 1921, the body of a boy, dubbed "Little Lord Fauntleroy," was found floating in a Wisconsin quarry pond. Evidence suggested his death was not accidental.
This is the story of my great-great-grandparents, and how their love endured—even in death.
Decades later, her whereabouts remain a mystery.
Stockholm syndrome is as tragic as it is complex. Victims suffer both the physical abuse of imprisonment and the severe emotional manipulation that locks them in place.
In the 1700s, a ruthless pirate on the high seas took mercy on a mother and her newborn child. Thus, the legend of Ocean Born Mary came to be.
In December 1901, authorities found the body of young Nell Cropsey floating in North Carolina's Pasquotank River.
In 1961, Joan Risch vanished from her Massachusetts home, leaving behind two children, a distraught husband, and a kitchen streaked with blood.