Car Found in Michigan Pond Solves Decade-Old Mystery


According to Heidi Fenton of, police removed a Chevy Corsica from a small pond in Byron Center, Michigan on November 10th. The car, which had been submerged for some time, was registered to Davie Niles, a 67-year-old Wyoming man who disappeared in October 2006. Police found a body in the front driver’s seat. An […]

Tragedy and Mystery at Marco Island Cemetery


[] Once part of the remote interior of Marco Island, Florida, Marco Island Cemetery stands as a testament to the resiliency of the island’s inhabitants. Spanish explorers named the island La Isla de San Marco, and it is the largest barrier island within southwest Florida’s Ten Thousand Islands region. Today, it is home to over […]

The Tragedy at Tegan’s House


From Echoes from the Grave by Larry Wilson. The house in which Tegan lives is quite interesting. It was built in the early 1900s by the John Henry family, who used it as their summer home. You may recognize the name John Henry as he is best known as the current owner of the Boston […]

Head 2 Head: Harrison Cemetery vs. Hotel Baker


Locations: Harrison Cemetery in Buckner versus Hotel Baker in St. Charles. Histories: Harrison Cemetery is one of the oldest graveyards in Franklin County. Although not officially chartered until 1907, it has served area residents for over 120 years and is named after one of the first families to settle Browning Township. The historic Hotel Baker […]

The Ghost of College Street


From History, Mystery, and Hauntings of Southern Illinois by Bruce Cline. John Carter (names have been changed to protect privacy) killed himself in his home on W. College St., in Carbondale, Illinois. The previous year, Carter’s mother died. Carter never married and lived all his life with his mother. Upon the mothers death, Carter’s siblings […]


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