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Old 08-05-2001, 06:26 PM   #1
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What are some of the freakiest stories from this show? Im kinda nervous to hear your replies, cause this show freaks me out sometimes. Yet, I don't know why, cause I've seen every horror movie possible. You should see my collection.

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Old 08-07-2001, 11:15 PM   #2
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The Gary Grant one.

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Old 08-11-2001, 07:53 AM   #3
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Well the freakiest unsolved episode for me was the crib haunting one. You know where the family buys this old crib and all this poltergist activity starts. Then the father see's a vision of their house burning down. That episode just stuck in my memory. It's strange to think that physical objects can hold memories or rather bring evil to one. Makes you wonder.



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Old 08-15-2001, 11:00 AM   #4
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I have a few freaky ones.

1) The Editon about the unexplained death of Gary Grant JR, The son of a law enforcement officer, who was killed then, all sorts of signs started appearing around his father, IE on his police car "I killed Gary Grant JR" when he was out on calls, and sometimes on pavements, conveninetly appearing where his father went! Which freaks me out, due to the fact that the killer is so near, and is following this guy, but aint been caught. (-- I saw this episode while on holiday in the USA)

2) There was this one with a UFO once, and the way the story was told, was AWESOMELY scary, mainly due to the fact, afterwords, i hadda walk back home to a friends house, in the dark past a field.. heh. ( AAAAGES ago, when the show was actually shown in the UK)

3) There was this one, when I was on holiday, that it was an unexplained killing/shooting in an underground car park, and, I had to go to an underground car park, in our apartment block, and it was just so freakily quiet it spooked me.

4) LOADS OF THINGS! There has been times I have had to shut the thing off, because, some times, it gets far to scary.

5) The DAMN THEME TUNE! THat thing is freaky. Turn out all your lights, sit in the dark and listen...


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Old 08-15-2001, 08:12 PM   #5
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Tell me more about this Gary Grant episode. Where did this officer live and when did this happen? My husband is a LEO and stories about criminals coming after cops' families REALLY get my attention!

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Direct from e-mail corrrespondance with UM :
Other than what you viewed, there is no additional info. Our show indicated
on January 12, 1984, in Atlantic City, New Jersey, 7 year-old Gary Grant
Jr. disappeared but was later found dead. His friend "Boo" was initially
charged with the murder but later charges were dropped. It is thought the
murder could be retribution for an arrest his father, a law enforcement
officer, made.

You see. Boo was a retarded friend of the young man in question, and there was some sort of clue leading up to him, but he was later dropped.

The thing was tho. After the killing, and even through the time Boo was getting accused, Graffitti in the streets, places The law enforcement officer went, and even onto his cop car during a stop read something to the extent.

"I killed Gary Grant JR ..<DATE> .. You next" Something like that, sometimes, it said things like revenge, and I en
joyed it and stuff.. really freaky.
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Old 08-17-2001, 04:58 PM   #7
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1. The first episode I saw was about a house with a family of four. Strange things started happening in that house and the family believed it was haunted.

2. Another scary one was with a man who went out to the ATM and disappeared. A bank camera picked up a brief shot of a strange man at his shoulder, and it was one of the CREEPIEST moments I've ever seen on television!

3. There was another one about a killer that was just scary to me because it happened in the city where I live!
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Old 08-18-2001, 02:35 AM   #8
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hey did you ever here about the one were this girl posts this message online and this peron read her message, found her home and killed her...


if you never heard about it...


i bet you soon will...


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It's this one about a guy who was a special surgeon that used a special method to cure diseases. It turns out that he was taking everyones money away, and the police took him to jail. He came back to the town where he did the surgery and tormented the patients, by calling them over and over again.

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hey did you ever here about the one were this girl posts this message online and this peron read her message, found her home and killed her...


if you never heard about it...


i bet you soon will...


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Now that was a little weird!

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Old 08-29-2001, 01:26 PM   #11
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I think one of the scariest moments on UM was a segment about two abductions during the late '80s. Each of them occured one year apart (a nine-year-old boy in 1988 and an older girl in 1989). At first, they appeared to be separate incidents--until someone discovered a picture of the two kidnapping victims together!

I know it aired during the 1989-90 season. But no matter how often I have watched the UM reruns on Lifetime, I never saw that particular story aired on that channel. It would be nice if Lifetime aired that segment so that we could find out whether or not the case has ever been solved. (But hey, Lifetime finally started showing the Kurt Cobain segment recently, so anything's possible.)
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The one that still freaks me out is the case with this guy who abducted his own son from his school. The boy was never found,and his mother died in a suspicous car accdient a few years ago. They did an interview with the guy..and he didn't want to tell anyone where the boy was. But the strange thing is that he had actually either abducted or adopted the boy's mother when she was a child. And then when she grew up,she had a baby with him. But she died. And they still haven't found the boy. So that still freaks me out.

And then there's the case with a husband who wife had dissapeared. No one had a clue where she was,but the police suspected that the husband had something to do with her disapearance because he had hired a private investigator to follow his wife a couple of months before her dissapearance. No one ever found out what happened to her,but lifetime updated the case,saying 7 years after her dissapearance,the husband found out his new girlfriend was cheating on him. She shot and killed her lover,shot the girlfriend,then drove to a remote area and shot himself. I mean that just scared the hell out of me,that all along he was really the one who killed her.

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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Kane:
[B]I think one of the scariest moments on UM was a segment about two abductions during the late '80s. Each of them occured one year apart (a nine-year-old boy in 1988 and an older girl in 1989).

Actually, both kidnappings took place in 1988. The boy was kidnapped in April of that year, followed by the abduction of teenage girl five months later. Please excuse my initial mistake.

Although both kids were abducted in New Mexico, the photo was dicovered at a parking lot in Florida in 1989.

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I think one of the scariest moments on UM was a segment about two abductions during the late '80s. Each of them occured one year apart (a nine-year-old boy in 1988 and an older girl in 1989).

Actually, both kidnappings took place in 1988. The boy was kidnapped in April of that year, followed by the abduction of teenage girl five months later. Please excuse my initial mistake.

Although both kids were abducted in New Mexico, the photo was dicovered at a parking lot in Florida in 1989.
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?
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Do you have notes on the episodes that you can e-mail me for the episode guide?[/B][/QUOTE]

I'm sorry to say that there's not too much that I could email you. As for the dates in which a given segment first aired, there are some specific dates that I remember, and there are other dates that I don't remember too well.

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.

An example of the latter: A segment in which a Pennsylvania factory worker who (along with some platinum) disappeared in 1987. I'm sure that segment aired sometime early in the 1989-90 season (during the fall, if I'm not mistaken), but I can't remember the specific date in which that episode first aired.

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