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Old 06-09-2005, 09:54 AM   #121
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Well I have it on tape but actually haven't watched it too many times so feel free to add any more details guys. This couple from Horicon, WI bought a bunkbed and at first stored it in their basement. Then they brought it up in one of their children's rooms and strange things started to happen. I remember the boys clock radio going berzerk and the dad claiming his garage was on fire but when he went out again it wasn't. They did have their pastor come over and "exorcise" their house but eventually the family having had enough left abruptly one night and never returned. They did say the new owners hadn't had any problems. I must admit I'm not a big fan of the ghost stories on UM but this one is pretty good.
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Okay...I just read all 9 pages of this thread, and I have to say, I'm officially freaked out!!! I'm home alone too!!!!!!!!!

I am with everyone on here, the music always does it for me!!! And Robert Stack has the perfect voice!!!

The ATM case always creeped me out! OOOh those pictures and that sketch!!!!!!! YIKES!!!

And the elderly couple with the Winnebago! I agree--the actor who played the murderer was creepy! I think they featured him in the introduction/themes song to the show, in the shows' later years, and everytime I saw his face, I freaked! AHH!!

I think the Zodiac killers one is also very creepy

I also get creeped out by the woman who...I'm not sure her name, but every man that she had married or associated with died? I am drawing a blank on this case, but I remember the picture of her, and it freaked me out!

There is this one case of this dad that abused his daughter so badly, and hit her with his belt and just was completely horrible to her! He tried several times to get her back after she was in foster care, and I think once succeeded, but in the end, I remember she is a mother now herself and reflected on her experience. I just thought how her dad kept coming after her was creepy! Anybody know the case name?

Ooh! And how about the case about the geletanious goop (sp?) that kept falling from the sky like rain in a small town that made the whole town sick! That was freaky! They didn't know what it was due to!

There was this one episode where they did an exorcism on a girl, and she kept screaming and yelling and convulsing...that one freaked me out for days!

I always got creeped out by the Don Decker case too.

Gosh, there are so many more that I can't think of at the moment! But someone a few pages back said that the whole show was scary, and I agree, but that's one of the many reasons why I love Unsolved Mysteries!



EEK! Now I am going to hide under the covers!!! lol!!!!
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Old 06-11-2005, 01:16 AM   #123
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What about the 1 -70 seriel killer? i just saw that one the other day.
he was shooting people in stores off that highway in the midwest.
anyone see that?
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Okay...I just read all 9 pages of this thread, and I have to say, I'm officially freaked out!!! I'm home alone too!!!!!!!!!

I am with everyone on here, the music always does it for me!!! And Robert Stack has the perfect voice!!!

The ATM case always creeped me out! OOOh those pictures and that sketch!!!!!!! YIKES!!!

And the elderly couple with the Winnebago! I agree--the actor who played the murderer was creepy! I think they featured him in the introduction/themes song to the show, in the shows' later years, and everytime I saw his face, I freaked! AHH!!

I think the Zodiac killers one is also very creepy

I also get creeped out by the woman who...I'm not sure her name, but every man that she had married or associated with died? I am drawing a blank on this case, but I remember the picture of her, and it freaked me out!

There is this one case of this dad that abused his daughter so badly, and hit her with his belt and just was completely horrible to her! He tried several times to get her back after she was in foster care, and I think once succeeded, but in the end, I remember she is a mother now herself and reflected on her experience. I just thought how her dad kept coming after her was creepy! Anybody know the case name?

Ooh! And how about the case about the geletanious goop (sp?) that kept falling from the sky like rain in a small town that made the whole town sick! That was freaky! They didn't know what it was due to!

There was this one episode where they did an exorcism on a girl, and she kept screaming and yelling and convulsing...that one freaked me out for days!

I always got creeped out by the Don Decker case too.

Gosh, there are so many more that I can't think of at the moment! But someone a few pages back said that the whole show was scary, and I agree, but that's one of the many reasons why I love Unsolved Mysteries!



EEK! Now I am going to hide under the covers!!! lol!!!!


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Old 06-11-2005, 02:22 PM   #125
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LOL! You are so right!!! It was night when I was reading this, and I was home alone!! And right before I went to bed, what did I watch? A taped Unsolved Mysteries episode! Perfect way to top off the night!
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I have to add the recent episode which featured the arsonist who made the tape of his chanting while setting a house on construction on fire! That was creepy!!!!
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I have to add the recent episode which featured the arsonist who made the tape of his chanting while setting a house on construction on fire! That was creepy!!!!

I saw that one too! Boy, was his voice ever freaky!
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I saw that one too! Boy, was his voice ever freaky!
I know!!! I was watching it at night too on tape!
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I know!!! I was watching it at night too on tape!

You're a lot braver then me. When I watch Unsolved Mysteries at night, I find it to be insomnia inducing.
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Oh I didn't say I had a good night's sleep afterward?? After I watched it, I immediately put it on a cartoon channel and slept to that!
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yeah the platimum was the dale kerstetter case in bradford pa... still never heard from him and never solved... bon jovi write a song for that girl for the life of me i cant think of it..
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Bumping this up.
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Keeping this thread going, how about the case of Kurt Sova? I know its been talked about before, but I feel like this episode epitomizes what is so great about the earlier years with this show. This one segment was so expertly produced it was like watching a mini-movie. The case itself is creepy enough, but the music they used put this over the top, especially when the father of Kurt starts searching the basement of the duplex for any signs of him.
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Sorry for bumping this old thread toward the top of the list, but I couldn't resist adding one of my own favorite (?) scariest UM moments, and one I didn't see cited previously here -- the scene in which the guy riding the ATV happens upon the blonde model out in the middle of the California desert. The woman gives him a blank stare and then, all of a sudden, these three maniacs leap out of the bushes and start pushing his tiny little vehicle around, banging on the hood, rocking it back and forth, and one of the guys (whose long, stringy hair masks his face), keeps saying over and over at the driver's side window, "What are you lookin' at, man? What are you lookin' at, man?" This was like a real-life "Deliverance"...Creeps me out every time I see it!
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Composite, yes he did. I thought that the white guy was drawn off-balance.

I still haven't seen the 3D composite, but I saw the hand-drawn composite, and that's scary enough (about the Rest Stop killer)!
America's Most Wanted recently started up a feature called Cold Case Files. Last week they aired the case about a man named John Gentry. Now, he wasn't featured on UM as far as I know. But during the segment, which clearly came from the early 90s, they interviewed a police officer related to the case. He was in his office and I noticed a wanted poster in the background. It had sketches of two men: the one on the left white, the other black. I almost immediately recognized them as the men suspected in the case of the abducted postal worker, even though it has been over a decade since I've seen the UM segment.

Anyone else see AMW last week and notice that?
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