In 1980, Dorothy Jane Scott was a 32-year-old single mother living in Stanton, California, when she started receiving eerie calls from an unknown male. The stranger told Scott that he loved her and had been following her, even listing accurate details of her day. Scott told her mother that the voice seemed familiar, but she couldn’t put her finger on how she recognized it.
You might be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use this time to explore the world.
Since we’re all getting stir crazy, why not discuss mysteries that involve eerie isolation with a touch of mass hysteria?
The disappearance of Maura Murray is perhaps the most highly speculated case of the 21st century. It’s been called the “the first crime mystery of the social media age” due to Facebook’s launch 5 days before she went missing.
For nearly two decades, the unsolved case of Tara Calico went cold.
You may not know the name Bambi Woods, but you’ve likely heard of the adult film Debbie Does Dallas. Made in 1978, it’s regarded as one of the most important films of the “Golden Age of Porn” and remains one of the most well-known porns to-date.
Brandon Lawson was 26 years old when he went missing on August 9, 2013.