Unsolved Mysteries

The Unwritten Rules of Robert Stack’s Unsolved Mysteries

Anyone ship wrecked is not coming back.

It’s always the family member who repeats
their innocence as a mantra whose guilty.

Mysterious looking military suicides never get solved,
and are most likely not voluntary.

People whose alias’ are just variations of their first name with
not even clever last names, always get caught.

Femme fatales always have their story told to smutty music.

9 times out of 10 when a warden or prison guards body is not found
after a breakout, she’s absconded with the convict willingly.

When someone posts bail and they are guilty,
they flee the state.

An old man and his garden and his missing wife are often
completely connected, and not in a good way.

Sometimes, it’s just a creaky floorboard ridden house with
attention hungry, in the financial pit, owners.

Sometimes even Robert Stack can’t keep a straight face.

Dungeons and Dragons ends up getting you sucked into
satanic murder cults.

Women: don’t hitch-hike!

If no other possible hypothesis suits the case, it’s Satanism!

Chupacabra is out there!
Big foot is underfoot!
Loch Ness no longer lost!

Within an hour of this broadcast,
someone somewhere will recognize
their co-worker at the gas station of K-Mart
and the universal conclusion will be,

“They were the Last One you would suspect.”