From military tombstones to alien burials, cemetery explorer Tui Snider explores the forgotten meanings behind objects left at gravesites for the deceased.
About Charlie Hintz
Cult of Weird founder and curator of the bizarre, Charlie is an amateur historian, cemetery explorer, Ed Gein researcher and dark tourism junkie. His interest in historical oddities, mysteries and the unexplained began as a child with a stack of occult and paranormal books, and a pile of vintage National Geographic magazines. As a Wisconsin native, he grew up surrounded by stories of cannibal killers, UFO sightings, strange creatures, restless spirits and other unique curiosities that are a way of life in Wisconsin. By day, Charlie is almost convincingly normal as a web/graphic designer and digital strategist.
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The corpse-like qualities of the creepy Xylaria polymorpha fungus earned it the nickname “dead man’s fingers.”
Multiple people have died trying to find it, but now, after a decade of searching, the treasure of Forrest Fenn hidden in the Rocky Mountains has finally been found.
The small Wisconsin town in the heart of the Kettle Moraine State Forest has a long, weird history of UFO sightings and other mysterious phenomena.
This Maryland mansion contains a recreation of a small town turn of the century street, complete with cobblestones, vintage cars, and 15 storefronts.