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FLDS cult leader Warren Jeffs’ influence extends from prison to southwest Colorado

Warning: This article contains descriptions of sexual assault and abuse against children.Deep in the woods of the San Juan National Forest, just 10 miles north of Mancos, is one of the most beautiful areas in southwest Colorado. The densely wooded...

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Get Outta Town: Visit the land before time at Dinosaur Ridge

Take a walk in the great outdoors and you’re bound to see all kinds of signs of wildlife, because here in Colorado, we’re lucky to have all manner of creatures — anything from deer and moose to bears. Unfortunately, we no longer have any dinosaurs we can harass when we visit national parks. Gone are the days when we could get...

Arizona assessor charged with illegally selling children in adoption scheme

Black market adoption schemes were a deplorably large issue in the 1950s, but it turns out there’s still plenty of (illegal) baby selling going on in the United States, at least in Arizona.

According to the Associated Press, Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen, an elected official in Arizona, was doing just that....

Step into the haunted shoes of the Four Corners Paranormal Investigations

The sun is just beginning to set behind the hills of rural Bayfield when Jamie Pickering, Melanie Oles-Graham, and Linda (last name withheld) pull up the gravel driveway of a single-level home. As they dig out several small-sized briefcases and bags of equipment from their vehicles, a young woman...

Secrets of the Strater Hotel

When I first moved to Durango, I got into a conversation with a group of locals about our experiences with ghosts, and someone mentioned the Strater Hotel. Then, all at once, everyone felt it was their duty to tell me the various urban legends about Durango’s most historic hotel: the ghost prostitute, the hiding places for...

You can now buy John Wayne Gacy’s former murder property

Weird crime story alert: You can now purchase John Wayne Gacy’s suburban Illinois property – ya know, the one where he buried the bodies of 29 of his victims.

To be clear, Gacy’s original home was understandably destroyed in 1979. The land, on which a new house was built, is what is for sale for a grand total of...

Pokémon Go continues reign of chaos: Players disrupt Loveland wedding

Years after Pokémon Go was released, the wildly popular app is still causing chaos and we’re here for it.

On October 12, players met at a Loveland, Colo. park for the October Pokémon Go Community Day – an event where fans gather to catch em’ all, or at least rare Pokémon. According to Denver Post, unfortunately, this...

A look at Arizona’s for-profit cadaver industry

Warning: This story contains graphic content. “Death. It doesn’t have to be boring,” Mary Roach wrote in her book, “Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers.” The New York Times bestselling author wasn’t off in her assessment. These days, you don’t have to just be buried or...

Get outta town: Meet Clayton – the most haunted town in New Mexico

New Mexico is full of creepy legends and lore but one small town, it seems, has managed to top all the other stories.

Clayton, New Mexico, located just 200 miles northeast of Albuquerque, was deemed the most haunted town in the state by the New Mexico Tourism Department in 2018. Apparently, there’s a lot that goes into...

Edible review: Forbidden Fruit

Real talk: If I had been in the Garden of Eden, you can almost bet your ass I would have taken a big ol’ bite of that forbidden fruit that Eve indulged in, even knowing that it would relegate all of mankind to a life of leaf underwear. I’m just that kind of idiot.

Considering my penchant for making biblically dumb...

“Judy,” Rupert Goold’s Garland biopic, doesn’t do the legendary actress any justice

The thing with biopics is that the more famous and beloved the person being portrayed, the higher the standards – and more biting the criticisms – will most likely be. Judy Garland is one of the most famous and beloved women to have ever graced the silver screen, and because of this, there have been a ton of biographies and...

Air Force major claims he shot alien in new book, “Strange Craft”

Aliens might not be as immune to humans as we might think they are. This is, anyway, according to Air Force Major George Filer III, an 84-year-old and retiree, in a new book titled “Strange Craft: The True Story of an Air Force Intelligence Officer’s Life with UFOs,” written by John L. Guerra.

In the book, Filer, a...

These UFO videos are real, the US Navy says

UFOs are real. OK, duh, we already knew that but the US Navy is FINALLY agreeing with us.

The US Navy confirmed footage showing UFOs zipping around is indeed real, according to CNN. Of course, they’re not saying what those flying saucers are or even what they think they are but they’re not about to be spewing alien...

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