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I Investigate Disturbing Cases: Here Are My Stories - Hammerhead
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9.18

I Investigate Disturbing Cases: Here Are My Stories – Hammerhead

Usually, I start these stories off with some kind of message about police work. But today, all I have for you is this. Life is a bastard. It was a rainy October evening and I had ...
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the hermit
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9.18

I Investigate Disturbing Cases: Here Are My Stories – The Hermit

There's a famous quote by Robert Evans, "There are three sides to a story. Yours, mine, and the truth." In my line of work, you come to realize that the truth is rarely an objective perspective ...
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Journal of a Psychopath: University
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9.18

Journal of a Psychopath: University

I am a retired Private Investigator turned Real Crime Blogger. I have been receiving anonymous manuscripts in the mail detailing heinous acts of appalling psychopathy. For reasons concerning my work and this situation, I don’t want ...
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Every Year on My Birthday, I Have to Die
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Every Year on My Birthday, I Have to Die

I died for the first time on the 18th of August, 2006. It wasn't a particularly pleasant death, nor was it one that I expected. It was simply the random act of violence that destroyed my ...
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My Wives Don't Get Along
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My Wives Don’t Get Along

Have you ever wanted to love someone, but couldn’t? That’s how I felt about Tammy. We never should have gotten together in the first place, but it was her birthday and I didn’t know what I ...
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The Girl the Universe Forgot
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The Girl the Universe Forgot

The Mandela Effect. That phrase never meant anything to me. Spooky, I guess, but it wasn’t something I thought about for more than five minutes. I mean, honestly, until college, I didn’t even know what it ...
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Ticci-Toby
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9.18

Ticci-Toby

The long road home seemed to go on and on. The road continued to stretch in front of the vehicle endlessly. The light that shone through the branches of the tall, green trees danced across the ...
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The Last Pine Barrener
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9.18

The Last Pine Barrener

About eight years ago, my great-grandfather, Everett, passed away. Initially, you might say, that doesn’t seem like something worth writing down, but you see, he was 126 years old. Guinness World Records had published him for ...
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The Quiet Sky
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9.18

The Quiet Sky

It started when we called out to the stars; into the darkness. We felt so small, tumbling through vast emptiness while clinging to the skin of the world, and without a single reason why. We were ...
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Journal of a Psychopath:  Finding Adeline
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9.17

Journal of a Psychopath: Finding Adeline

I am a retired Private Investigator turned Real Crime Blogger. I have been receiving anonymous manuscripts in the mail detailing heinous acts of appalling psychopathy. For reasons concerning my work and this situation, I don’t want ...
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the infinity game
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9.17

The Infinity Game

Has anyone ever played the Infinity Game? The one with the mirrors? Most people don’t know it’s a game, they just think it’s a cool visual effect. Maybe it’s different for me, being raised by witches ...
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family roots
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9.17

Family Roots

Grandpa Cobalt hated letting things go. Whether it was the wobbly chair he kept in his study or his favorite warped record he fed to the gramophone—looping the same groove over and over. He was a ...
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the conjurer
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9.17

The Conjurer

Twice in my life I’ve wished for a magic wand. The first was eight years into my marriage, when our heart-wrenchingly tender obstetrician told us there was nothing left to try. I never shared my husband’s ...
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Journal of a Psychopath: High School
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9.17

Journal of a Psychopath: High School

I am a retired Private Investigator turned Real Crime Blogger. I have been receiving anonymous manuscripts in the mail detailing heinous acts of appalling psychopathy. For reasons concerning my work and this situation, I don’t want ...
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A Snowflake's Descent
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9.17

A Snowflake’s Descent

Part I: The Snow Fort Christmas was always a whimsical time for young Christopher. For as long as he could remember, Santa Claus came down the chimney, left gifts, ate cookies, drank coco, and fed his ...
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the whool
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9.17

The Whool

EYE-WITNESS REPORT TRANSCRIPT RUSTIC FARMS, NEW HAMPSHIRE DISCOVERY SITE WITNESS: RICHARD A. FABIAN I had always wanted to hike; like really hike. None of these trails or pathways. Those are too linear. When I was little, ...
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Decay
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Decay

”Am I going to die?” The kid asked me as he was being rolled into the operating theater. It was a question I'd heard a thousand times before, but answering it truthfully hadn't become any easier, ...
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A Peculiar Kind of Madness
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A Peculiar Kind of Madness

I'd always known that my great-grandma was an orphan, but in late October of last year, she decided to tell me the truth about what happened to her family. We were visiting her for her birthday ...
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Magda A Dark Christmas Tale
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9.17

Magda

Author’s Note: For those of you who might be curious, this is intended as a companion piece to The Perfectly Behaved Boy, a story that was published on this site two years ago. However, this tale ...
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Hogs
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9.16

Hogs

In college, Thomas Eiden had studied under a professor named Dale Collins. While that name is meaningless to most people, he was a legend in journalism circles. He had worked for the New York Times for ...
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