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Old 01-24-2010, 10:31 PM   #181
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Well re-watching Unsolved Mysteries episodes and them being a bunch of cases that delt with random murders make me worry about going outside and never coming back home again. :\

I remember watching that segment where that guy gave this man a ride, and threw him out because he had a knife or something, drove around and then saw him walking towards his house where his elderly mother lived. That scared me!
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Old 02-23-2010, 08:41 PM   #182
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One of the scariest UM moments I can think of was actually the first Episode I ever saw in 1988. The Unibomber story (He was still at large back then). He was placing a device under a parked car in an office carpark. A Witness in the office was watching him through horizontal blinds. Suddenly the Unibomber looks up at the Witness and pretty much straight at the camera. Freaked me out at an 11 yr old

Other scary moments for me:

1: Tara Calico Abduction - Seeing that Polaroid photo of those 2 kids bound and gagged scared the crap out my friend and I as we were roughly the same age as the Boy at the time.

2: Queen Mary Ghosts - Especially the part when the Female worker is travelling up the escalator and suddenly a man is standing right behind her!

3: New Hampshire Serial Killer - The pregnant woman who stopped for a Can of Soda in the middle of nowhere only to be stalked and knifed but miraculously survived. The composite of this Guy was Scary! I believe he has since been identified and is now deceased?

I will post more when I think of them
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Old 02-23-2010, 10:23 PM   #183
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3: New Hampshire Serial Killer - The pregnant woman who stopped for a Can of Soda in the middle of nowhere only to be stalked and knifed but miraculously survived. The composite of this Guy was Scary! I believe he has since been identified and is now deceased?
Yes and no. Yes, there is a suspect in the case who is now deceased; no, the case hasn't been solved.

The suspect's name was Michael Nicholaou. He killed himself on December 31, 2005, just after killing his wife Aileen and fatally wounding his stepdaughter Taryn Bowman. To date, there hasn't been enough evidence to prove (or disprove) he was the New Hampshire serial killer.
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3: New Hampshire Serial Killer - The pregnant woman who stopped for a Can of Soda in the middle of nowhere only to be stalked and knifed but miraculously survived. The composite of this Guy was Scary! I believe he has since been identified and is now deceased?
That one has always scared the CRAP out of me. It's the one I always think of whenever I have to stop anywhere late at night, and my heart always races a little whenever I see a Jeep Wagoneer on the road.

And yes, that is an awful composite. I was in a bookstore once after class in college looking for something to read as there was a break coming up, and while in the "True Crime" section I picked up a selection that looked interesting. I opened it up in the middle, only to be surprised with a GIGANTIC blowup of that very composite. I almost dropped the book.

The attacker has never been officially identified. A PI working the case has made an extremely convincing argument that a man named Michael Nicholau (who is in fact deceased) is the Connecticut River Valley Killer. He closely resembles the composite and was living in the area at the time. There's plenty of discussion about it here on the board if you're interested.


The only other segment that frightened me to the degree this one did was the "Debbie" case, especially that chase-through-the-woods scene.
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A little off topic, but regarding the New Hampshire serial killer...

A friend of mine and I went to Boston, last summer, for a Paul McCartney concert. While driving back, around three in the morning, we had to drive through that area of New Hampshire to get back home (in New York). At one point, we decided it was prudent to stop and get some sleep, as we were both about to fall asleep. So we stopped in a rest area and went to sleep. The next morning, I realized where we were, and told her about the New Hampshire serial killer. She said something like "If you'd have told me that, last night, I would've continued to drive until we reached New York or died after I fell asleep at the wheel...whichever came first."
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New Hampshire Serial Killer - The pregnant woman who stopped for a Can of Soda in the middle of nowhere only to be stalked and knifed but miraculously survived. The composite of this Guy was Scary! I believe he has since been identified and is now deceased?
All I know is that I was young when I saw that one. Maybe 10 years old tops. For some reason the pictures of all the women he raped and killed frightened me. And not to mention the whole segment was freaky. A woman stops for a drink. A man tries to kill her and leaves her for dead. She gets up and starts driving so fast only to actually accidentally catch up to the man on the road. Right out of a movie.

The Dick Hansen segment freaks me out too. Either an act of random violence, a hitman or the woman in the story isn't telling the truth. Either way the sequence of events is troubling to watch
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2. Justin Burgwinkel - when he told his girlfriend "Have you ever seen the movie White Sands?", the hair on my neck stood up.
Anyone know a Youtube video or anything with that segment? I have never seen it? Can't find it based on that name either
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When Patrica Meehan leaned over and looked at the lady she had a head on crash with.


That was scary!
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I forgot what case this was but a lady was murdered in her beauty salon and a door to door sales woman comes face to face with the killer and she flees and tries to call 911.
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I forgot what case this was but a lady was murdered in her beauty salon and a door to door sales woman comes face to face with the killer and she flees and tries to call 911.
That was Dana Satterfield.
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I just saw this episode the other day and can't remember the guys name, but he was involved in robbing his friends house of rare Indian dolls and antique guns. I think the scariest moment in the whole segment was when the homeowners wife walked in on the robbers and she had this look of terrified horror on her face as they went to slo-mo and blacked it out just as one of them hit her on the back of the head.

That was one of those re-enactments that sticks with you.
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All I know is that I was young when I saw that one. Maybe 10 years old tops. For some reason the pictures of all the women he raped and killed frightened me. And not to mention the whole segment was freaky. A woman stops for a drink. A man tries to kill her and leaves her for dead. She gets up and starts driving so fast only to actually accidentally catch up to the man on the road. Right out of a movie.
I just watched this on the site that can't be named and it is definitely one of the scariest UM segments IMO. I strongly recommend it to anyone who has yet to see it. BTW, I did a little research tonight on this case and while Mike Nicholaou is an interesting suspect, he seemed to have an alibi of sorts for at least three of the killings. In other words, this is still very much an unsolved mystery.
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Just watched the Michael Hughes case with the lights off and at the exact moment the sketch of how he might look today came up my mother called me and I think my scream may have woken up the neighbors. LOL
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Old 03-07-2010, 06:22 PM   #194
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I was also scared by the Matthew Chase ATM guy as well as the Judy Himes phone call. The Mikki Jo West case scared the hell out of me when I was younger - the message was upsetting enough, but the poor grammar and handwriting just made it creepier - "and then he cry."

I've never heard anyone mention this one, but the end of the Chaim Weiss segment, when the jogger is looking over at that kid, for some reason, that gave me the chills.
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Hmmm, what segment is it where a man comes home from work and right away knows something is amiss? He then walks into different rooms only to find a friend who he was living with attack him. He eventually got away and actually ran through a plate glass window. It was later discovered that this man killed his own wife and kid in the same house, different room. Just a creep factor of a segment
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