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Double Life of William Brodie

  Photo Credit Double Life of William Brodie Greatly respected in the city of Edinburgh, Scotland, William Brodie hobnobbed with society and other uppercrust folks of the city. Known as Deacon Brodie, wherever there was a prestigious event, he was inevitably there, holding court. He was also on the City Council, a carpenter and a […]

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The Roman Soldiers Mystery

          Photo Credit The Roman Soldiers Mystery In 1953, Harry Martindale, a young plumber’s apprentice in York, England, while working on plumbing in a large mansion known as The Treasurer’s House, observed a scene that nearly caused his death from sheer fright. During repairing pipe work in the cellar, Martindale  was […]

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What Killed Edgar Allan Poe?

  The Mystery Begins On the night of October 3, 1849 a man described as “delirious,” and “in great distress…in need of immediate assistance,” was found wandering the streets of Baltimore, Maryland. He was taken to Washington College Hospital, where he died 4 days later. This began an American mystery: What killed Edgar Allan Poe? […]

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Lizzie Borden: American Mystery

Lizzie Borden: American Murder Mystery On August 4, 1892, in Fall River, Massachusetts, a woman discovered her father dead on the living room couch. It was a gruesome scene, clearly showing that someone had taken an axe or hatchet to the man. Among the massive injuries, one of his eyeballs was cut cleanly in half. […]

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Unearthly UFOs: Real or Imagined?

  Today we have a guest author, Jonathan Nielsen (TanoCalvenoa,) who writes on scientific subjects and such unearthly things as UFOs. A skeptic originally, until delving further into the subject, he began to research in earnest. The results are the stories below. So, are UFOs real or imagined? See what you think after reading his […]

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The Death Of Luke The Drifter: Hank Will...

The Death Of Luke The Drifter: Hank Williams

  Photo Credit   The death of Luke the Drifter, once it became public, would reverberate throughout the country music industry for decades. “Luke the Drifter” was one of the pseudonyms used by Hank Williams, a man whose name was synonymous with country music from the late 1930s into the present day. He is a […]

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Disappearing Act

Photo Credit Jean Elizabeth Spangler, a young aspiring actress, dancer and model lived with her mother, a five year old daughter, her brother and sister-in-law on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles, California. Jean hadn’t made it in Hollywood yet, but it didn’t stop her from trying. She still pursued “the dream” American girls have pursued […]

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