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What Is the Truth Behind the Terrifying “Bitterroot Footage”?

Is this eerie video a viral stunt? Or something far more sinister?

by Orrin Grey

Horror in Nova Scotia: The Great Amherst Mystery and the Possession of Esther Cox

They watched in terror as the demonic writing appeared above her bed: "Esther Cox, you are mine to kill."

by Orrin Grey

Horror in Cornwall: The Legend of the Cornish Owlman

A monster, like a devil, flew up through the trees and disappeared behind the church.

by Orrin Grey

Buried in the Basement: The Strange Case of Dr. Crippen

He's one of England's most infamous criminals ... but was he actually guilty?

by Orrin Grey

Death By Fire: The Unsolved Case of the Rock Island Railroad Wreck of 1894

It was one of the the largest instances of mass murder in Nebraska ... and remains unsolved to this day.

by Orrin Grey

A Body and a Bloody Trunk: The Infamous Gouffé Case of 1889

They found the body with a black bag over its head, near an abandoned trunk that reeked of decay.

by Orrin Grey

10 Days in a Madhouse: Nellie Bly’s Living Nightmare

Why did this young woman intentionally check herself into an asylum?

by Orrin Grey

The Creepy Story of the Real-Life Frankenstein Castle

Did this ancient German castle inspire Mary Shelley's famous horror novel?

by Orrin Grey

Blood in Brazil’s Little Castle of Apa Street

This ruined castle in Sao Paulo was once a luxurious mansion ... until it became the site of a grisly murder mystery.

by Orrin Grey

The Unsolved Mystery of Australia’s Grisly Gatton Murders

He thought they were sleeping ... until he saw the ants crawling across their bodies.

by Orrin Grey

It’s Alive: 9 Best Frankenstein Movies

Two hundred years ago, Mary Shelley created a monster … and it's haunted us ever since.

by Orrin Grey

Pere Cheney: The Michigan Ghost Town Cursed by a Witch

Pere Cheney went from a bustling lumber center to a ghost town. Was it the result of a witch's curse?

by Orrin Grey

Joseph Vacher: The Killer of Little Shepherds

This demented ripper cut a trail of death across the French countryside in 1897, leaving 11 known victims in his wake.

by Orrin Grey

The Blue Eyed Six Murder and the Haunting of Moonshine Church

Do six blue-eyed spirits haunt the old churchyard where their murder victim is buried?

by Orrin Grey

What’s That in the Window? The Creepy Legend of the Janesville Doll

They say it moves around the attic at night, emitting a high-pitched giggle ...

by Orrin Grey

Raymond Fernandez and Martha Beck: The Lonely Hearts Killers

In the late 1940s, women answered personal ads thinking they would meet the man of their dreams. Instead, they met Raymond Fernandez and Martha Beck.

by Orrin Grey

The Shocking Murder of William Desmond Taylor in Hollywood’s Silent Era

He was one of the most prolific directors in Hollywood—until he was fatally shot by an unknown killer in his Westlake home.

by Orrin Grey

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