Resurrection Mary is one of Chicago‘s most famous ghosts. And, having been featured on paranormal shows like Unsolved Mysteries, In Search Of, and Arthur C. Clarke’s World of Strange Powers, she might just be the most famous Vanishing Hitchhiker in the world. For decades, people fascinated with the story have been trying to answer the […]
Resurrection Mary might be the most famous Vanishing Hitchhiker in the world.
On this episode, we begin our investigation of who Mary could have been and, just as importanly, who we think she wasn’t.
Every year, on February 26th, a young woman is said to appear alongside Niles Canyon Road.
There are many stories as to how her ghost came to be; a carriage accident, a young girl gone missing in the canyon, and a heart-broken actress from the earliest days of cinema.
But, which of those stories is true? Find out on this Patreon-exclusive episode of Epitaph: The Others.
West Virginia has its share of weird. Cryptids. UFOs. Cryptids connected with UFOs. And, of course, ghosts.
On this episode, we take a look at several of those legends, including Huntington’s Ghost Girl of Fifth Street Hill and the Nicholas County legend of Ida Crawford.
There are traditional stories of Vanishing Hitchhikers found throughout the United States and, even, throughout the world.
This isn’t one of those stories.
On this episode, we explore “Hot Rod Haven,” the legend of a fatal crash that occurred there, and the young woman who may still haunt it.