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The Murder of Helen Coberg: 91 years later

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91 years ago on May 3rd, Helen Coberg died as a result of blood poisoning and severe trauma to her body. Hotel employee, Alice Forsythe, found the Queens native, 34, in room 311 of the Mansfield Hall Hotel clinging to life.

Three Unsolved Crimes with Mysterious Photos

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Every crime has its unique twists and turns and these three mysteries are no exception. Each has its own strange photo, that raises more questions than answers and will keep you up at night wondering: what on earth happened?

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Remains Identified As Lisa Todd 33 Years Later

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Authorities identified the skeletal remains of a pregnant woman who had been discovered in a well 33 years ago as Lisa Todd on Tuesday. Todd’s remains were found at the old Publicker Distillery in Bensalem, Pennsylvania inn 1988, but the 17-year-old had disappeared from Philadelphia in October 1985.

Terrifying Live-Action Scooby-Doo Monsters

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Scooby-Doo taught us that the real monsters in life are human, but that didn’t stop the show’s creators from making the villains into truly terrifying monsters (even if they were costumes). Many true-crime and horror/mystery fans got their love for the genre from Scooby-Doo at a young age. I know I did!

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Palentine’s Day Guide For True Crime Lovers

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Celebrate this year’s Palentine’s Day in the coolest way possible—virtually! Yeah, you read that right: staying at home and socially distanced from people outside of your bubble is all the rage these days, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a little fun during the holidays. All you have to do is send your true crime loving friends a Zoom invite and follow this Palentine’s Day guide!

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Series Premier on HLN: ‘Down the Hill: the Delphi Murders’

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HLN is premiering its new series Down the Hill: The Delphi Murders in a special two-day TV event that is airing February 14-15 at 10 pm. Based on the chart-topping HLN podcast “Down the Hill,” this limited series will uncover new details about the mysterious murders of teenage girls Abby Williams and Libby German, who went missing from their rural Indiana town on February 13, 2017.

MMNster Book Review: The Devil and the Dark Water

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So, let’s just say that I didn’t know I needed a period nautical crime thriller horror mystery until I read the first chapter of this book. I don’t think I’ve ever read anything set at sea, nevermind on board an East India Trading Company ship. Google it, these things are absolutely incredible. Think the 1991 movie Hook and his huge gallion.

What’s clear from the outset is Turtons ability to create his reality, to bring you into the surroundings he’s describing in such a silky and fluid way that you are willfully submerged into his narrative waves. His language is accessible yet beautiful, full of detail and yet not laboured. I find myself re-reading sentences because of their beauty, not because they’re filled with too many complex adjectives as is so often the case with writers in this genre.

10 Best TV Shows About Witches

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As we approach Halloween, I cannot help but embrace all things witchy. They have been the biggest part in continuing the existence of the spirit and celebration of Samhain. Here are the top 10 best Withcy TV shows based on IMDb’s ratings you may enjoy during the festival.

String of serial killers ‘getting away with murder’ with 2,600 unsolved cold cases in UK

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Anguished families of thousands of British murder victims are still waiting for justice decades after their loved ones’ lives were cruelly ended. New research shows there are more than 2,600 unsolved killings across the country, ­condemning heartbroken relatives to a lifetime of uncertainty and frustration. The shocking figures were collated from ­police forces across the UK by private detective Mark Williams-Thomas.

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Russia reopens investigation into 60-year-old Dyatlov Pass mystery

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Russian prosecutors have launched a new investigation into the mysterious case of nine students who died in bizarre circumstances after disappearing on a skiing trip 60 years ago.

Countless articles, books and documentaries have sought to explain the fate of the group from the Ural Polytechnic Institute who set off on the trip in 1959 under the direction of Igor Dyatlov, a fifth-year student.

Murder at Sutton Place

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After the surrogate son—and alleged lover—of New York’s “jeweler to the stars” was involved in a brutal killing, tabloid drama engulfed a swath of the city’s rich and powerful. But what really happened the night of Joey Comunale’s murder?

Back from the dead? Detectives thought 13-year-old Mary Day was murdered – So who was the woman claiming to be her decades later?

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Along the rugged central California coast, the legend of Mary Day haunted two generations of homicide detectives around Monterey. Since the mid-1990s there had been rumors a young girl, just 13 years old, had vanished without a trace from her home near the massive old Army base at Fort Ord.

The 6 Most Mysterious Unsolved Murders of All Time

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Murders are always disturbing, but some are even worse than that. These killings were brutal, almost unimaginable in their depravity. The crimes horrified communities and stumped police leaving questions that lingered for decades afterward, as years passed without an arrest or even a credible suspect.