“Hollywood is notorious for erasing people. But her sister and nieces refused to forget Lora Lee Michel.”
“I think I’m the evil, damned son of the devil.”
“A family bought their dream house. But according to the creepy letters they started to get, they weren’t the only ones interested in it.”
Eighteen years after Lost premiered, we’re living in a golden age of fan-theory TV. But where once that dynamic rankled showrunners and writers, Shirley Li writes, it’s now more of a symbiotic détente. That understanding, he said, seems to have led the relationship between writers and fans to “a more mutually beneficial place,” in which […]
“Amazon. Etsy. eBay. Lots of companies appeared in David and Ina Steiner’s E-commerce newsletter. Only one tried to take them out.”
“Kathleen Folbigg was found guilty of killing her babies. One scientist suspected the real culprit was mutant DNA—and went on a tireless quest to prove it.”
For eight years, a man with amnesia lived at a hospital in Mississippi. Who was he — and why had no one come looking for him?
They set out to solve a cold case. The more they dug, the more terrifying the truth became.
In October 2020, 41 years after his mother’s disappearance, Paul Wulff received an unexpected phone call.
“Late last spring, a strange, beguiling novel began arriving, in installments, in the mail. Who had written it?”