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Tag Archive: mystery

Creepy Mysteries: Houska Castle

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Constructed over 700 years ago Houska Castle in the Czech Republic is built over a chasm, which for centuries those who live in the area leads straight to Hell itself. Before anything else… Continue reading

5 Female-Driven Thrillers to Read

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The Moth Diaries by Rachel Klein (2005) I’m a sucker for creepy tales set in boarding schools and this one did not disappoint. A young woman starts to think that there may be… Continue reading

Five Strange Disappearances

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Every year numerous people seemingly vanish off the face of the earth. Despite varying degrees of investigations they are never seen again. In these five cases, not only did these people disappear but… Continue reading

Scary Military Mysteries

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The fog of war always leads to chaos and violence no matter where or when it falls. This inevitably leads to confusion opening things up for mysteries which may never be solved. Here… Continue reading

Creepy Mysteries: ‘Yuba City Boys’

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The night of February 24, 1978 saw five young men go to a basketball game at Chico State, instead they became the focal point of one of the creepiest mysteries in American history.… Continue reading

Five UFO Crashes

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For centuries humans have reported seeing unidentified aircrafts in our skies. Believed to be of extraterrestrial origin, these UFOs have been a since of wonder for humanity to puzzle over. Of course with… Continue reading

Book Review and Casting: The Broken Girls

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The Broken Girls was written by Simone St. James and published in 2018. This is a paranormal-tinged mystery thriller about some murdered girls across multiple decades. Book Review: This was a fantastic thriller… Continue reading

True Conspiracy Theories

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Ever since the Watergate scandal the American people have had a massive distrust for the government. This distrust has been a solid base for conspiracy theories to spring out of, as people accuse… Continue reading

Holiday Review: ‘The Thin Man’

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Like Die Hard the fact that 1934’s comedy/mystery The Thin Man takes place at Christmas and contains many elements of the holiday, gives the flick a strong argument for being a “Christmas Movie”.… Continue reading

When Ghosts Kill

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All over the world for as long as stories have been recorded, people have seen ghosts. Those who have passed on yet still linger in a spiritual form to haunt the living. We… Continue reading