Jamie is a Philadelphia based writer who got her chops working for BUST Magazine after graduating in 2014 from Emerson College with a degree in journalism. She previously freelanced for a number of publications, took some time traveling throughout Argentina, led a 300 mile youth bike trip across the Berkshires, New York, and Vermont, and has since safely landed in Philly where she's the managing editor at The Philadelphia Citizen focusing on solutions journalism.
The "Ogress of Reading" was rumored to be responsible for the deaths of 400 children.
How about a little murder and mutilation with your bedtime story?
Take a trip ... if you dare.
Lining the walls of this modest chapel in Poland are the skeletal remains of over 3,000 souls.
Those who venture down this eerie roadway report restless spirits, a haunted lake, and glowing orbs of light.
Haunting this grand cemetery in Buenos Aires are reports of a spectral watchman and the ghastly legend of a poor soul being buried alive.
Her glassy eyes peer out from the window as you pass by at night, following your every footstep.
300 years after the Salem Witch Trials claimed its final victim, researchers have made a startling discovery ...
This serial poisoner lured numerous suitors to their deaths, until her toxic ways resulted in a a one-way ticket to the electric chair.
Soon after moving into their quaint country home, Lui and Dale Passetto encountered a force of pure evil.
William Coy felt betrayed by his friend, and the only solution was murder.
Diabolical visions of Hell spring to life in this eye-popping collection of stereoscopic images from Victorian France.
This wealthy recluse owned numerous palatial estates – all of which sat empty for decades while she remained locked in her small hospital room.