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Old 17th-May-2017, 05:37 AM   #1
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Default Cold Cases/Bizarre Deaths

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I'm extremely obsessed with cold cases and bizarre deaths. The stranger it is, the better. Just wondering if anyone has the same interest as me? I'm wondering if this is an INTP thing.

Oh, and link me some of your favourite ones, if you know of any. Would love to hear everyone's weird theories of them!
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Old 17th-May-2017, 05:56 AM   #2
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I had a phase for a while where i was reading up on stuff like the taman shud case and other stuff like that.

wasn't a super long phase, though.
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Well you can look at the missing people works of David Paulides and Steph Young. The former has more creepy stories while the latter has a very sexy voice (or maybe coz I'm Asian and I find non-American accents sexy). Enjoy the cases but don't take their findings seriously.
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I'm more of a Darwin Awards kinda guy.
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I'm more of a Darwin Awards kinda guy.
What, like the guy who didn't like the neighbor's dog digging into his backyard tomato patch, so he set up an electric fence that was plugged right into his home current, then ended up grabbing it by accident?

Or these guys, in our "your house is a death trap" series:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...ooby-trap.html
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...iend-legs.html
http://bakersfieldnow.com/archive/ma...-and-eccentric
https://www.offthemainpage.com/2017/...trapped-homes/

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I had a phase for a while where i was reading up on stuff like the taman shud case and other stuff like that.
yeah, that one is bizarre.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamam_Shud_case
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Geez, thanks so much for the replies! Now I have another round of research to go...

One of my favourites was this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Elisa_Lam
Creepy stuff.
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Hi Katie,
I also find my interest is drawn to cold cases and deaths, among lots of other things. I think as INTP's we seek understanding and these topics heighten our detective intuition to try and gain insight into human experience. Others often view such interest as morbid and somewhat twisted but it's purely learning from my point of view :-)
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