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Old 01-21-2019, 11:35 AM
 
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The only thing that I skip through are the paranormal things---boring to me.

I hate the flat out BS ones.. "Mothman", "Bigfoot" and "Chupacabra" and the like..

But, things like the Taos Hum, Nazca Lines and Marfa lights are interesting, pending on whether you consider them truly 'paranormal'.. And, their segment on Amelia Earhart was one of the best I've ever seen.
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Old 01-30-2019, 11:49 PM
 
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I totally forgot how Raymond Burr and Karl Malden both hosted Unsolved Mysteries back when it was first flighted into the schedule on NBC as a series of specials back in 1986 and 87. As for cases, the reenactments were much creepier in the early years with the dark key lighting and low synthesizer tones leading up to a moment where a person went missing or was murdered. One that stuck with me was about a teenage couple in the Midwest (maybe Missouri) The girl is kidnapped and calls out to the boyfriend for help. He tracks down and chases the kidnappers, but his car breaks down before he can rescue her. The girl was later found murdered. I tear up about that case even as I write this. I didn't mind the Lost Loves stories, but the cases I could do without were the ones about Bigfoot.
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Old 01-31-2019, 09:40 AM
 
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I totally forgot how Raymond Burr and Karl Malden both hosted Unsolved Mysteries back when it was first flighted into the schedule on NBC as a series of specials back in 1986 and 87. As for cases, the reenactments were much creepier in the early years with the dark key lighting and low synthesizer tones leading up to a moment where a person went missing or was murdered. One that stuck with me was about a teenage couple in the Midwest (maybe Missouri) The girl is kidnapped and calls out to the boyfriend for help. He tracks down and chases the kidnappers, but his car breaks down before he can rescue her. The girl was later found murdered. I tear up about that case even as I write this. I didn't mind the Lost Loves stories, but the cases I could do without were the ones about Bigfoot.



Angela Hammond case. Still unsolved.


https://unsolvedmysteries.fandom.com...Angela_Hammond

I still have suspicions about the boyfriend in that case.. She screams and he drives there so quickly to see the vehicle.. Screws up his transmission.. Doesn't get a look at the plates on the vehicle..

I know he passed a polygraph and there's other witnesses, but.. Something about that guy rubs me wrong.
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Old Today, 12:41 PM
 
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Maybe we can finally find out who was the Circleville letter writer.
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