The Zodiac Killer

In the late 1960s, a man came forward, calling himself the Zodiac Killer, who claimed responsibility for at least five murders in Northern California. Still, there is a good chance that he was responsible for more. In one of his letters, Zodiac claimed that he had killed 37 victims. However, he has only been connected... Continue Reading →

The Mothman and The Chupacabra

What constitutes a great American myth? Is it something where a Google search can’t help you find its origins? Maybe it’s something that permeates that minds of the inflicted and the communities that are built from them. It could be something that shows up time and time again and lingers around, jostling the memories of... Continue Reading →

The Ghosts of Animals

Whether you are religious or not, you have likely discussed the idea of what happens to your pets when they day. Among religious people, there seems to be a divide of those who believe pets are completely different from humans and couldn’t possibly go to heaven, and those who believe animals have a soul, and... Continue Reading →

The Murder of Denise Leuthold

It’s Valentine’s Day, and as such, our story takes place on Valentine’s Day. I’m sure we are familiar with the infamous Valentine’s Day massacre that took place in 1929 when seven members of Chicago’s North Side Gang were killed at a Lincoln Park garage . The four unknown assailants lined them up against a wall... Continue Reading →

The Whaley House

San Diego is considered the birthplace of California. Father Junipero Serra established the mission of San Diego de Alcala on Presidio Hill on July 16, 1769. During the early 1820s, a small Mexican community was created that eventually became El Pueblo San Diego by 1835. Since it become the first permanent Spanish settlement in California,... Continue Reading →

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