During your endeavors, it’s not uncommon to come across documents with illegible penmanship. Though it can make research time consuming, it’s not impossible. It’s a great idea to keep “cheat sheets” around like these Victorian penmanship charts. It can help make your deciphering easy and fun! Below you can find the penmanship section of Parsons’ Hand Book of Business and Social Forms
Clues: This video was posted by a user on Facebook seeking an explanation for a strange shape that seems to be standing outside the backdoor, and move slowly off-screen after his girlfriend throws something out the backdoor. In the latter half of the video, I’ve zoomed in on the active area. Your browser does not support the video tag. Case: This video was very intriguing, because the movement is very deliberate and precise, and does not seem to be caused by anything immediately noticeable within the scene.
Case No. 1000-01 Conducted by: The Grave Hunters Society, LLC Presented to: The Public Researcher: Jonathan Batteas Revision History Date Revision History Comments 2014/26/10 0.01 Draft of Background Information 2020/06/03 0.1 First Report Draft 2020/06/24 1.0 Final Report Current Version: 1.0 Confidential Information This report shall not be excerpted without prior written permission of The Grave Hunters Society, LLC
Plots, Lots, and the people who inhabit them, this is our specialty. The Grave Hunters Society will intricately piece plots and lots together to form a detailed story of the people that inhabited them. Welcome to The Grave Hunters Society. For several years we have worked as freelance researchers on a wide range of topics that pique our interest. It’s hard to know what issue or subject might draw our attention into the (sometimes months-long) rabbit holes that we follow to some exciting discoveries.
Clues: On October 25, 2014, Andrea captured the following photos on her digital camera. Possible Anomalous Photograph Anomalous Photograph Case: A bit of background On October 20, 2012, Andrea and I took part in the Ghosts and Goblets haunted walking tour of Main St. in Waynesville, Ohio, under the expert guidance of Bill Stubbs, lifelong Waynesville resident. We were captivated as Mr. Stubbs recounted the many ghostly tales that have been witnessed throughout the years by the population of Waynesville.