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Hey ghouls, the wiki's here! All you need to know about the ghoul boys and their adventures in attempting to investigate unsolved mysteries.
The Somerton Man
See the episode that started it all.
The Legend of Krampus
'Tis the season! Get in the holiday mood with the BuzzFeed Unsolved holiday special.
3 Horrifying Cases of . . .
Rated the #1 BuzzFeed Unsolved episode by fans.
The Hammersmith Ghost
Check out the latest BuzzFeed Unsolved episode here.
What is BuzzFeed Unsolved?
Inspired by shows like Ghost Adventures and Unsolved Mysteries, BuzzFeed Unsolved is a documentary entertainment series hosted by Ryan Bergara and co-hosted by Shane Madej. Together, they investigate paranormal activity on BuzzFeed Unsolved: Supernatural while traveling to haunted locations, and explore unsolved mysteries on BuzzFeed Unsolved: True Crime at their home office.
Ryan and Shane take a unique approach to their show, infusing a dose of humor and friendly banter into a genre so often filled with "serious" investigators. They pride themselves on being the "paranormal bad boys" of the Internet (a jokingly self-dubbed title), while still taking care to accurately research their subjects.
The duo are most famous for their conflicting personalities, where Ryan—the "believer," who discusses conspiracy theories and maintains that paranormal experiences are real; clashes with Shane, the "skeptic," who pokes fun at the supernatural and is comfortable with leaving government coverups a secret. This dynamic has provoked both memorable conversations and one-liners, some even making it into meme form (most notably "Hey demons, it's me, ya boy," and "I've connected the dots." /"You haven't connected shit!"/"I've connected them.")
As the show has gained steam, growing from a handful of standalone BuzzFeed videos with a separate co-host (Brent Bennett), to a series now available on Amazon Prime, Hulu, and its own YouTube channel, Ryan and Shane have been able to grow BuzzFeed Unsolved to an internationally-recognized webseries, even being nominated for a YouTube Streamy in 2019.
Where can I view all of the episodes?
On the wiki, you can access the True Crime episode table (along with links to episode article pages), and the same for Supernatural! You can view them in chronological order, too! You can access a list of bonus episodes and specials here!
How can I participate?
Are you looking to write an article? Please click here for a template and instructions on how to do so!
You can also visit the Community Corner to get a list of other ways to help out!
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