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2022 Update: Horrific Unsolved Cases We Wanted Solved Back in 2021
With 2022 coming to a close, it’s time to check in on all the unsolved cases we hoped would get solved back in 2021.
Top-Rated Horror Movies for People Who Hate Being Scared
As Halloween edges closer, everybody’s going to start binging horror movies. Here are a few jump-scare-free options for people who hate being scared.
RuPaul Started Drag Race, Dragula Started a Revolution
Now streaming on Shudder, Dragula is a drag competition show that blends horror and glamor. And it’s open to contestants of all genders.
We Need to Talk About Jesse Walsh: A Look Into Horror’s First Male Scream Queen
Jesse Walsh broke barriers (and careers) as one of horror’s first almost-openly gay protagonists.
When Podcasts Solved Cold Cases: How Up and Vanished Cracked the 12-Year-Old Tara Grinstead Mystery
Sometimes, a fresh, outside perspective is all it takes to crack a cold case. Here’s how podcasts solved cold cases that police had given up on.
The “Final Girl”: A Deep Dive Into the Origins and Evolution of Horror’s Most Empowering Trope
The final girl goes through some serious shit. And her ability to always find a way through it has been a source of inspiration for horror audiences.
Interview With Fitness and Health Coach, Melissa Chisholm
Melissa Chisholm ditched corporate life to help people break the cycle of yo-yo dieting and extreme workout regimens as a health and fitness coach.
Interview With Conscious Life and Style Founder and Content Creator, Elizabeth Joy
Elizabeth Joy is on a mission to make eco-friendly and socially-conscious fashion more accessible.
A Little Bit Spooky: A Look Into the Most Haunted Attractions Nationwide
This October, pack your ghost-hunting gear and head to one of America’s most haunted attractions. Maybe you’ll come back with a ghost story of your own.
A Brief History of Women’s Rights in Afghanistan
As American forces withdrew, the Taliban quickly swept through the country, threatening women’s rights in Afghanistan once again.
DNA Tracking Companies are Helping Investigators Solve Cold Cases, But is it Ethical?
Some DNA tracking companies share genetic data with police to help solve violent crime cases. This raises questions about how to balance protecting privacy with bringing criminals to justice.
A Look Inside Budapest’s House of Terror
Beneath the breathtaking city of Budapest lies a dark, painful history of torture and oppression. Explore the dungeons of that dark past in the House of Terror.
How to Overcome Losing a Loved One to QAnon, Anti-Vax, and Trump’s America
When loved ones fall for the hateful messaging of QAnon and other fringe groups, sometimes we have to make tough calls. Here’s how to heal after losing a loved one to extremism.
Why Sex Work Should Be Legal and Regulated in the United States
Criminalizing sex workers does not stop sex work. It just makes it more dangerous. Here’s why sex work should be legal.
Amateur Web Sleuths: Helpful or Harmful?
Citizen detectives, better known as web sleuths, make up an internet community of non-law enforcement individuals who investigate unsolved murders, missing person cases, and other infractions with hopes of solving the crimes. Most sleuths are novices with a strong passion for the true crime community, releasing podcasts on the dedicated cases, blogging about their theories […]