The Vela Incident
Release Date: 03/15/2019
On April 16, 2013 an unknown number of gunmen attacked and caused more than 15 million dollars worth of damage to the Metcalf Electrical Substation in California. They were never captured, and their motives remain unknown.info_outline The Vela Incident
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Many urban legends contain only the barest grains of the truth. In the Soviet Union, however, the ghost cars known as the Black Volga had a much more present and real fear behind them.info_outline Keith Henry Blakelock
During a riot in England in 1985, police escorting firefighters to put out an inferno were attacked by a mob wielding machetes and molotov cocktails. Constable Keith Blakelock was set upon by at least 20 men, and murdered in the street, despite efforts of his fellow officers to save him. Now, 35 years and three trials later, we are no closer to finding the murderers. Who killed Constable Blakelock?info_outline UVB 76
UVB 76, also frequently known as the Buzzer, is a shortwave radio station that has been broadcasting from inside the nation of Russia since the days of the Cold War. But who runs her, and to whom is she calling out?info_outline Wendy Sue Wolin
March 8, 1966: in a corner of Elizabeth, New Jersey, a deranged man walks down the streets, assaulting several women and young girls before fatally stabbing seven year old Wendy Sue Wolin. He then disappears, despite police being on scene within literal minutes, and a national manhunt finds nothing.info_outline
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