Her head has not been found

About 3 years ago, I lived in a unit-complex of about 20 hours. Each house is single story and semi-detached to a degree. We each had a patch of garden and car port to park our cars in and it was the best I could afford on my low-wage job while studying at uni. As […]

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I had killed an innocent cat

I live in the rural north part of Western Australia. Four wheel drive country. This story takes place in wet season. Anyone who has visited the outback or any rural towns in Australia will know what I’m talking about but for those of you who haven’t, the rural north parts have two seasons: Wet and Dry. […]

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Stalked by a BMW

I thought this was all in my head. Coincidence. Paranoia. But I swear, every time I got in my car, I was followed by the exact same car. First, let me give you some background info. I lived in a town-house in Melbourne, Australia, not far from the city. I won’t reveal the suburb I […]

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Murder Mystery: Part six

For many weeks, I had been watching the news after some recent murders in Australia had made the news here in the UK. The victims were tourists mainly from Europe who, according to the evidence found, died horribly. Countless stabbings, multiple gunshots to the face and even decapitation. I feared for these unsuspecting people in […]

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The Smell of Death

I had taken my mother to a local surgery one afternoon as she was due for a check-up following a successful surgery a week ago. It was a long wait its deprivation of nicotine intake got the better of me, so I excused myself outside to replenish my rapidly fading levels. There’s a parking lot […]

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Burned alive

I am writing this story to share with you the dangers of living with anyone who you know or suspect is involved in illegal activities. It could cost you your life. About 6 years ago, my son met a girl on Tinder and the two became very fond of each other. My son was a […]

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The story I’m writing is one that still affects me today. I am retelling this story to the best of my knowledge based on the information I have learned since regaining my memory. I was on a ladder, clearing the gutters of my 2 story home in the densely forested Hinterland in Queensland Australia. The […]

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Tales from the Outback: Part 1

I was a tour guide and was doing my usual trip along the Stuart Highway. If you’re not familiar with Australia, it is longest and straightest highway in the world where you won’t encounter a fellow soul on the road for hours. Civilisation is so far away, you can’t even use a phone as there […]

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Murder Mystery: Part five

I am in my late 50s now, but back some 25 years ago, I became friends with a German couple back in Australia. It’s this time in my life that defined how I decided to live the rest of my life. It’s been many years since I have had to recall every detail in this […]

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I Lost My Son

My story is not something I talk about with anyone but it has been eating me up inside that I wanted to share it on this forum in hopes that it reaffirms you to not take anything for granted. My name is Lisa and I am a woman in my 50s and am married to […]

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Murder Mystery: Part four

At the time of this story, I was a police officer working for the New South Wales state police in Australia. I was working in the traffic police department, so my job was to patrol the road and make maintain the safety of road users, occasionally pulling them over for breath tests, make sure their […]

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Popularity kills

I worked for a big mining company which was based in the Chicago on South Michigan Ave. Each day I woke up, went for a jog at the park near by apartment, showered, went to work, had lunch by Monroe Harbor with a female colleague, and finished my day before going home at 5 o’clock. […]

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The Missing Girl

I reconnected with a friend from school some years ago. She wasn’t the same outgoing, confident and athletic person that i remembered and used to date. In fact, she was anxious, timid and was on the opposite spectrum of athletic – it worried me as it was certainly unlike her. After reconnecting and getting to […]

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Murder Mystery: Part Three

My name is Simone and I live in Regensburg, in the south of Germany, but I was called Simi by my friends. I grew up in Germany by my father, Paul and mother, Erwine. I have no brothers and sisters, and he has no brothers or sisters, either. The grandparents of my mother and father […]

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Real photos with creepy back stories

Below are some images that’ll give you goosebumps. Some of these images were seconds before death and others made the news headlines. Check out these images with creepy backstories:   Mass Suicide in Jonestown Peoples Temple was a religious cult started by Jim Jones in the 1950s, preaching against racism. This attracted many African-Americans, as […]

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Murder Mystery: Part 2

The following story is true and happened to my father some years ago. My dad was an avid explorer and frequently hiked in various remote forests. I still don’t understand what motivated him to walk through such remote areas, especially in a time where cell phones weren’t around, but he was extremey passionate about hiking. […]

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Murder Mystery: Part 1

One morning in 1992, my husband and I were running through the Belanglo State Forest in Australia. We were training for an event held by the Orienteering Club, a sport where you navigate yourself out of unknown area to a finish point using just a map and compass before other competitors do, so we drove […]

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Be careful what you wish for

This happened to my mother when she was in her teens. Growing up in Australia in the 70s, she, and a few of her friends/classmates were walking to school one morning on a Monday. Australia is a large country and in the 1970s, was only home to about 10 million people, and being on the […]

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6 Scary Places You Need To Know

Waverly Hills Sanitorium Jefferson Country, Kentucky, was severely struck with an outbreak of tuberculosis in the early 1900s, so two wooden open air pavilions were built, each housing 20 patients . This became known as the Waverly Hills Sanitorium. Some 10 years later, due to the growing outbreak, the hospital sanitorium built a larger hospital […]

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