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.
In 1961, Joan Risch vanished from her Massachusetts home, leaving behind two children, a distraught husband, and a kitchen streaked with blood.
In 1887, four brothers stumbled across the brutalized body of a young woman in Rahway, New Jersey.
Bierce sent a letter from Chihuahua, Mexico in 1913. It was the last anyone ever heard from him.
Enter into a historical nightmare.
Are Godfrey and Julia Barnsley still cursed, even in death?
Neighbors watched William open the back door. There, sprawled across the parlor floor, was Julia's lifeless body.
She wears a white gown, with piercing eyes as blue as ice.
Some believe she fled to the woods, just like the character from her famous novel.
Don't test the evil limits of the Devil’s Tree ... lest you meet a violent end.
In his own twisted mind, Howard Unruh's killing spree was "justified."
Whatever you do, avoid the "Death Chair."
Barbara and Patricia Grimes were murdered in 1956. New clues have raised hopes the killer might still be caught.
In 1892, Mercy Brown died of consumption. But townspeople had a more sinister explanation for her death...
She hiked into the woods one winter afternoon and was never seen again.
It wasn’t long before rumors of Satanism and occult activities circulated.
Don't take a gift from Little Gracie's grave ... or her life-like statue might cry tears of blood.
He was Spain's first documented serial killer ... and the motivation behind his bloodlust defied all rational thought.
When daylight finally spilled into the musty chamber, a shocking sight came into focus...
Don't get too close to the tomb of Bloody Mackenzie ... or his evil spirit just might grab you by the throat.
Lost in the Catskills is a forsaken stone castle haunted by tales of madness ...