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Unsolved Mysteries: The Folk Murder of Charles Walton

Was a brutal and bloody murder in England’s countryside a ritual killing, or an evil closer to home?

For those who enjoyed Midsommar or classics such as Children of the Corn and The Wicker Man, the staples of the folk horror genre are common. The small village or community. Farms and woods. The distrustful…




A publication about unsolved mysteries from the deep ocean to space and from antiquity to present day.

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Michael East

Michael East

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