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Old 08-31-2001, 01:07 AM   #16
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You are correct on the details, I'm amazed you can remember that. The episode aired September 20, 1989 - I have it taped from NBC.

Do you have notes on the episodes that you can e-mail me for the episode guide?
I don't even remember ever watching that epidsode. Did it air on Lifetime or on just on NBC?How many UM episodes do you have on tape?I wanna see this segment!lol

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Old 08-31-2001, 01:13 AM   #17
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>>One example of the former: the segment with Jon Bon Jovi (the one about the mysterious death of his friend/manager's little girl) originally aired on CBS on May 22, 1998.>>

I've never seen that one. Actually I didn't know they aired UM on CBS untill they canceled it and ran a few reruns. Does anyone have it on tape?

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Old 08-31-2001, 02:01 PM   #18
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Actually I didn't know they aired UM on CBS untill they canceled it and ran a few reruns. Does anyone have it on tape?

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CBS aired new Unsolved Mysteries episodes only during midseason in the spring of 1998 and the spring of 1999. The network did hoever air an UM special on November 13,1997 (the installment included a segment on whether or not Elvis Presley committed suicide, as well as a story on the unsolved 1994 of two women at a Kentucky massage parlor).

I have taped countless episodes of UM, but I generally do so only whem I'm not able to watch it at the time (especially in a situation where I'm not going to be home in time to watch it). And after seeing them on tape, I usually record them over. Sorry.

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Old 09-01-2001, 08:57 PM   #19
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I have a few moments when UM scared the crap out of me:

1. The case where this little 4 year old girl went out to play and then the next day she was found dead in a box. The thing that scared me was that criminal sketch. He just looks so morbid... ugh.....

2. I agree that with one of the people who posted a reply about the guy drawing money from a bank and then dissapering. And then the face... oh god the face..... I had nightmares after that face......

3. More faces!!!!! When they showed that face on Mars...

4. When that family buys a bunk bed and strange and scary things start happening...

5. The segment about Linda Sherman's skull being found and then that strange note that says "THE POLICE HAVE L. SHERMAN'S SKULL" or something like that. Now that was the only new segment that has made me scared

6. The music!!!! I never was bothered too much by the 1988-1996 theme song, nethier the 1996-1999 theme song, but one musical cue has always scared me.......................

THE UPDATE THEME!!!!!!
Ermm well actually I can't explain how it sounds but it can be heard on the update for
(look up there at my list) number 1. And then when they were showing this one story about children that got took away from thier grandparents there was REALLY scary music on that one...

That's my list...

There's more but it's too much too list

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Old 09-06-2001, 01:27 PM   #20
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Here are a couple more segments tht I consider spooky to one degree or another (both of the following segments aired during the late '80s):

1) An Indiana man who was supposedly found dead in two separate fires that occured ten years apart, 1970 and 1980. His "widow" died in the 1980 fire. There was speculation that the man might have staged his death in the first fire to get out of a financial slump. The majority of those who were interviewed for the story doubt that he died in the first fire. They believe he either died in the second fire or might still be alive!

2) There was the 1989 segment about a Pennsylvania factory worker who disappeared in 1987, along with some platinum.. Surveilance cameras recorded him with a masked intruder. Apparently, the man was being coerced by the masked thief, but there's the theory that the coercion might have been a ruse to make it seem like he was an unwilling participant. I thought it was kind of freaky that the factory worker looked up at the camera. Whether or not he was a willing participant, looking at the camera was obviously the man's nonverbal way of saying something. It might have been either a secret call for help or a way of showing off.
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Old 09-10-2001, 11:54 PM   #21
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I just watched the episode tonight, Sept 10th, and it had the scariest segment I've seen. It was the one about the excorsism. I saw The Excorsist, and it has to be the scariest movie I've ever seen. That kind of stuff scares me. Anyway, the part in the segment that scared me the most was the part where the girl was looking in the mirror and her eyes were all black. OH MY GOD!!

Another segment that scared the poop (hee hee... poop... ha ha ha...) out of me was the one about the haunted area in, I believe it is the Arizona desert. The parts that showed the "ghosts" were SCARY!! Of course am I quite a sissy, so... yeah..
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The spookiest Ep. to me was, and forgive me if I don't remember all the facts, Is the one where the woman saw her brother at a gas station, at a park, and on the highway when he was supposed to have died in the military. Map
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Old 09-30-2001, 02:08 PM   #23
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Ok I am a huge Jon Bon Jovi fan so could someone please post details about the segment that he was on, because i never heard about it.
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Ok I am a huge Jon Bon Jovi fan so could someone please post details about the segment that he was on, because i never heard about it.
The segment that Jon Bon Jovi was in was about the death of Katherine Korzilius, the daughter of his friend/manager Paul Korzilius. The little girl was found unconscious on the street near her home in the summer of 1996, and died shortly afterwards. She was only six years old. There are some theories about the mysterious circumstances of her death: One theory is that she was a victim of a hit-and-run driver; and another is that someone may have murdered the girl in a vain attempt to kidnap her.

Jon Bon Jovi made a short appearance on the segment (which originally aired on CBS on May 22, 1998).

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Some of the scariest mysteries are:

The one where a woman is attacked at a wayside and left for dead. She gets back in her car and drives and finds herself driving right behind her attacker.

The one about the family who bought the bunk bed and the house becomes haunted. By the way, that house is located in Horicon, WI, only 15 minutes from my house. I've driven past that house many times.

The one where the woman has that dream about being in a house and then later in life buys the house in her dream, which is being haunted by the ghost of a man who was killed in his backyard by an unknown assailant.

The one where a wealthy woman is killed after someone put poison in her cold medicine.

The one where that woman who picks up stray dogs, her kennel is torched.
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There's so many that I'll try and be brief:

The three men killed on Signal Mountain while riding 3 wheelers;

Cindy Anderson case where the secretary disappeared after her name was spray painted on a wall by a supposed stalker, only to find out she was killed by her law firm cuz she knew of their drug deals;

"Judy Himes is alive, and she lives in Omaha". That mystery call still creeps me out;

The lonely single mother who disappeared, only to be found dead of suicide in a hotel;

And probly number one, the Dan Short case, of the bank president abducted and chained to a chair and thrown off a bridge into water. So glad to see the update of the suspects capture, which was surprisingly either on one of A&Es or Discovery Channel's real-life cold case shows.

And to that earlier poster: Yes, that update theme with the "zoooom" noise and constant "duh duh duh duh" music is spooky.

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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Mcfly:

And probly number one, the Dan Short case, of the bank president abducted and chained to a chair and thrown off a bridge into water. So glad to see the update of the suspects capture, which was surprisingly either on one of A&Es or Discovery Channel's real-life cold case shows.

I remember that segment; it's one of the many UM stories that stand out in my mind. I'm aware that the Discovery Channel series "The FBI Files" did a story on that as well.
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Any stories that had to do with UFOs or alien abductions really freaked me out. The one where the 4 guys went camping and claim to have been abducted in particular. The whole Roswell story and the "missing time" stories were scary. The one where the young guy was abducted at the Atm machine and the one about the little boy and the older girl that dissapeared was really eerie too. Also the very first episode I remember seeing in 1988 before the show was seen regularly about this psychic woman who had visions of a little boy falling into a river and drowning hours before it happened. She knew in detail what the boy was wearing even that his shoes were on the wrong feet. That was really strange
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Was that one with the girl posting the message true, or a joke to freak us out?
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Oh, and I forgot about "The Gurden Light" one or the "Resurrection Mary" one. I've always wondered if I found myself in Chicago if I'd have the guts to check out Resurrection Cemetary at night.
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