Matthew graduated from New York University with an MFA in Fiction. His stories, book reviews, and interviews appear in a variety of literary journals. As an avid traveler, Matthew has lived in Berlin, Seattle, and a handful of hamlets in the south of France. He can usually be found rummaging around old bookshops, uncovering strange titles.
Get up close and personal with the grisly art of medical illustration in this stunning collection of nineteenth century prints.
To say we relish a good mystery is an understatement. With each episode, The Lineup Podcast unearths a strange case from around the world.
Welcome to Mexico's eerie Island of the Dolls, where decomposing toys dangle from the trees in honor of a dead child's spirit.
Journey to the mountains of Kyrgyzstan, where eerie monuments to the deceased line the hills.
On a cold night in 1926, Agatha Christie vanished without a trace.
On a quiet summer night in Iowa, eight people were bludgeoned to death while they slept in their beds.
Was it alcoholism, rabies, or a violent election day scam? More than 160 years later, the burning question remains: What killed Edgar Allan Poe?
Step inside the Cross Bones Graveyard, London's mass burial ground for prostitutes, beggars, and thieves.
The true crime drama podcast may be over, but our investigation is just beginning. What puzzling detail left you stumped?
For decades, strange plaques called Toynbee tiles have appeared like crop circles throughout the cities of the world.
Step inside Lee's shrunken world of unsolved murders.
From Père Lachaise in Paris to Brooklyn's Evergreens Cemetery, join us as we unearth the extraordinary stories behind the stones.
This grisly tale of survival will have you grabbing an extra bag of granola next time you hit the trail.
For years, a mysterious man appeared at Poe's grave in the dead of night. Who is he and will he ever return?
The victim of a brutal murder mystery lives on in grafitti messages scrawled across Europe.
Grieving families soon took up the new technology to create everlasting mementos of the dearly departed.
Tune in to eerie radio frequencies not meant for civilian ears.
On a cold night in upstate New York, Kate and Margaret Fox convinced their mother they could see ghosts.