Tales from the Morgue favorites of 2013
We present the most popular series, articles and photo galleries in Tales from the Morgue for 2013, in reverse order. Surprisingly, several of these actually ran in 2012, but are still popular.
Tales from the Morgue presents the story of the Pied Piper of Tucson, which ran in the blog in March of 2012, but remains a popular item in 2013. The story began with a few stories of missing girls.
This story has many of the elements needed to make a movie: a train hold-up, a gun battle and a dead body left behind by the surviving robbers. This story, however, unfolded in the pages of the Arizona Daily Star instead of on the silver screen. It wasn't "The Great Train Robbery," but it wo…
In 1982, a controversial church in Miracle Valley, Arizona, was the scene of a battle that ended with two church members dead, two lawmen with gunshot wounds and several more with less serious injuries. This story appeared in Tales from the Morgue in May, 2012, but remains popular in 2013.
In 1994, Gina Celaya became the youngest person to be tried for murder in the first degree in Pima County. She was accused of killing Trinidad Lopez, 50, in December 1992, days after her 14th birthday. From Tales from the Morgue, May 15, 2013.
When it was summer, we wanted winter. But now a few of us long for swimsuit season. It won't be long. This photo gallery is the most popular item in Tales from the Morgue and has been for a couple of years.