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The Strangest Mysteries That Remain Unsolved According To Crime Buffs
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It's not difficult to understand why true crime content, be it in film, television, or podcast continues to grow in popularity.

Of course, the most fascinating crime stories are those which remain unsolved.

It allows us to put on our detective hats, and evaluate the cases ourselves, hoping we might find the answers which evaded the police at the time.

Knowing full well, the answers may never arrive.

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The Creepiest 'Glitches In The Matrix' People Have Ever Experienced
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Life is fulled of things we can't explain.

Time. People. Dreams. The dark. The Unknown.

When life feels a little off... like a tape being paused because we're all part of a 'Truman Show' experiment, it's because it probably is.

Then the reset.

But resets don't go unnoticed.

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People Break Down The Spookiest Thing That's Ever Happened To Them
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Some people are less easily scared than others.

While some people live off of the adrenaline of zombies jumping out at you in a haunted house, others will jump ten feet in the air at the tiniest sound of a crack in the floor.

Even people who live to be scared, however, have had one genuinely spooky experience that they simply cannot explain, no matter how hard they try.

Managing to disrupt their sleep in a way that slasher films and haunted hayrides couldn't even begin to do.

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Here we are, decades into the life and journey of the internet.

And we still can't clean up all of the horrible spots.

The internet is a fantastic invention with many, many flaws.

Our screens have been exposed to things that will remain with our souls forever.

So let's talk about it.

***WARNING!! THIS IS AN NC-17 ARTICLE***

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People Confess Which Historical Quotes Give Them The Chills
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History is littered with horror and fright.

And much of it is journaled and cataloged for our reading pleasure.

Which sometimes is reading that can leave one a bit on edge.

That's because some of our best long-dead wordsmiths left some serious echoes.

Now we all do love a good speech.

We're especially entranced when the speaker has that certain... "thing."

But once and awhile when you listen and really dig deep, they are less inspirational and more morbid

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