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Working on an episode about mysterious disappearances in forests. If anyone has a good story about this, do send it on to me! Also, this is a pic of when I met God last week in north Essex. He told me to drink less coffee.







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A dead body shatters the calm of the arboretum. Professor turned amateur sleuth, Sheridan Hendley works to prove the groundskeeper innocent and find the real killer.










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Haunted by the loss of her mother, Josie leads her friends to the graveyard on Halloween. Once there, they find themselves unraveling the mysteries of four restless spirits.



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Michelle’s Maze-what’s wrong...

Basically my TS4 is broken and I’m unable to play it, but that’s doesn’t mean that,,Michelle’s Maze’’ series is going to be cancelled. This lp will be a little beat change and put from TS4 universe to the world of TS2. I’m also gonna publish, now, more of my gameplays from TS2. Saddly I have to say, that most of those, gonna be in Polish language. But, they’re are still the series of post, which gonna be in English, like ,,Michelle’s Maze’’, or my new series about mine Pleasantview. So, I hope your gonna enjoy that!

Book 18 of 2019: Three Act Tragedy

Three Act Tragedy by Agatha Christie

I am nearly 20 behind on these and college life is not helping, but it’s fine

!I’ve started Three Act Tragedy probably four times in the past four years and kept putting it down right at the end, so I finally finished the end and figured out the whodunnit of the whole thing. I’m a huge Agatha Christie fan (don’t even get me started on And Then There Were None) so this was a pretty interesting read. I can’t get too into detail because it’s a mystery novel, but essentially Three Act Tragedy is about a series of deaths via poisoning that occur at a few different dinner party and features Christie’s Hercule Poirot.

This is gonna be a short review, but I really did enjoy the mystery. It’s not my favorite Christie novel ever or anything but I thought it was a really good story and I’d never read any Poirot books before so it was fun to see how he works.

Trigger warnings for character death, poisoning/illness, and other general murder mystery book type of things.

My final opinion: A decent candle to light me to bed.

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A Guy Like You

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Author: Waje

Go Siwon’s dreams are constantly visited by the clever, beautiful Kang Jinha. In the dream, Jinha keeps on mentioning this “incident” that happened between them but Siwon can’t remember anything! And how can it feel so real? Luckily for Siwon, hints about the “incident” start to appear and Siwon is able to regain his memory bit by bit. How will their relationship change at the end of it all?

A Haunting on Brockway Street (2019)

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Steve Shippy is back with another title in the “Haunted Saginaw” series. I won’t get into the ghost story or even the “evidence” provided in this documentary. If you like paranormal investigations than you probably already have heard 100 like it. I will say that I am not a fan of the higher production value of the latest one. I enjoyed Shippy’s work over others because he presented everything so bluntly. The pomp and frill of the other ghost hunting shows being jammed in made me more bored than I wanted to be. If you haven’t seen the series, skip this one and watch the others instead.

Where I Watched It: All 10 movies are available on Amazon Prime

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Who put Bella in the Wych Elm?

On the 18th of April, 1943, four local boys were hunting for animals in Hagley Wood near to Wychbury Hill when they came across a large Wych Elm tree. The youngsters were excited upon finding this tree, as they knew it would contain lots of birds nests that they could poach from. What they discovered instead, however, was far more gruesome.

As one boy climbed into the hollow trunk, he found a small skull. Thinking it was an animal skull, he picked it up and examined it. He was terrified when he realised it was a human skull, with hair and teeth still in tact. As the boys were trespassing on the land, they never breathed a word of their macabre encounter to anyone and ran home. After a while, the youngest boy (Tommy Willetts) began to feel remorseful about not telling anyone. He admitted to his parents what had happened and they immediately phoned the police who set up a forensic investigation around the tree. Officers discovered much more than a female skull: They found a full human skeleton. It seemed as though the victim had been dismembered as a hand was found next to the tree. This particular hand had a gold wedding ring on it. Whoever this woman was (now known throughout the community as Bella), she had been married.

But why hasn’t this mystery been solved? It may be because the country was in the middle of World War Two, and a record amount of people went missing during this period. However, police have concluded that there are two possible victims:

1.) Unknown Dutch woman– Jack Mossop had confessed to family members that he and a Dutchman called van Ralt had put a woman in a tree after she passed out drunk. The men had been drinking with her at a local pub in the village and had aimed to make her so inebriated that they could rape her. After passing out, they thought they had killed her, panicked and put her in a hollow tree. It was never confirmed whether or not this is Bella in the Wych Elm.

2.) Missing prostitute– A second possible victim was reported to the police in 1944 by a Birmingham prostitute. In the report she stated that another prostitute called Bella, who worked on the Hagley road, had disappeared about three years previously.

As of 2019, the true identity of “Bella” hasn’t been revealed.

I’m sure I remember this right…

So I’ve been playing White Wolf of Icicle Creek on PC, and some things feel different.

1. I could’ve sworn the last time I played, there were pieces of a picture you had to find. One was on the bench by the front door, I remember.

2. I could’ve sworn the sauna trap was much earlier, as I do not remember ever getting as far as Tino’s survey in the past…

Anyone else feel this?

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