Clare Fitzgerald

Clare Fitzgerald is a Writer and Editor with eight years of experience in the online content sphere. Graduating with a Bachelor of Arts from King’s University College at Western University, her portfolio includes coverage of digital media, current affairs, history and true crime.

Among her accomplishments are being the Founder of the true crime blog, Stories of the Unsolved, which garners between 400,000 and 500,000 views annually, and a contributor for John Lordan’s Seriously Mysterious podcast. Prior to its hiatus, she also served as the Head of Content for UK YouTube publication, TenEighty Magazine.

In her spare time, Clare likes to play Pokemon GO and re-watch Heartland over and over (and over) again. She’ll also rave about her three Maltese dogs whenever she gets the chance.

Writing Portfolio
Stories of the Unsolved

Articles by Clare Fitzgerald:

First Round of Guest Appearances Announced for TANKFEST 2024

AMX-13 driving around a dirt track

The Tank Museum in Bovington, United Kingdom has announced the first round of guest tanks that’ll be making an appearance at TANKFEST 2024. The annual…

Fighting in the Trenches of the Russo-Ukrainian War is More Like WWI Than We Thought – There’s Rat and Mice Infestations

Military health worker holding up a live mouse with a pair of scissors

Many are aware that trench warfare has featured heavily on some fronts of the Russo-Ukrainian War, bringing to mind images of World War I and…

An Earache Saved Paul Newman From Certain Death During the Battle of Okinawa

USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) at sea + Military portrait of Paul Newman

When thinking of the biggest names of Vintage Hollywood, it’s likely Paul Newman comes to mind. The actor, philanthropist and auto racer starred in some…

The Most Dangerous Weapons to American Service Members? Their Own

US Army soldiers firing a 105 mm Howitzer

American service members face danger regularly on the battlefield, but what if someone were to tell you enemy combatants aren’t their biggest danger? In a…

Tupolev Tu-95: The Soviet-Era Bomber That Could See Nearly 100 Years of Active Service

Tupolev Tu-95MS in flight

Know by NATO as the “Bear,” the Tupolev Tu-95 is a turboprop-powered strategic bomber operated by the Russian Aerospace Forces. Dating back to the Cold…

Jerry Bruckheimer Doesn’t Know When ‘Top Gun 3’ Will Get Made: ‘Tom Is So Busy’

Tom Cruise as Capt. Pete "Maverick" Mitchell in 'Top Gun: Maverick'

Top Gun: Maverick was the second-highest-grossing film of 2022, with fans of Tom Cruise’s Pete “Maverick” Mitchell flocking to theaters to watch the highly-anticipated sequel…

Study Reveals New Details About How the British Gave the Germans the Advantage on the Somme

Dirt rising into the air during an explosion at the Hawthorn Ridge Redoubt

A study recently published in the Journal of Conflict Archaeology is providing new insights into the failed British advance at the Hawthorn Ridge Redoubt on…

WWII-Era Anti-Submarine Munitions, Smoke Devices Found Off Los Angeles Coast

WWII-era munition on the seafloor

Oceanographers working off the coast of Los Angeles, California have discovered that a site previously believed to just be home to toxic chemical waste was…

In Photos: Burying the Hatchet at the 1913 Gettysburg Reunion

American Civil War veterans walking by tents at the 1913 Gettysburg Reunion

The 1913 Gettysburg Reunion was an event held to commemorate the 50th anniversary of its namesake battle. The engagement, considered the turning point of the…

Chinese State Television Reveals New Photos of Country’s New Next-Generation Aircraft Carrier

Type 003 Fujian at port

Chinese state television has released footage of China’s newest aircraft carrier, the Type 003 Fujian. A marvel of engineering and the first domestically developed carrier…

A US Air Force Stealth Bomber Was Once Caught Mid-Flight On Google Maps

Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit flying over a cornfield

The Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit is among the most advanced stealth bombers ever developed. Its unique design is meant to keep its radar signature at…

Johnnie Johnson: The Highest-Scoring Western Allied Air Ace of World War II

Supermarine Spitfire in flight + Johnnie Johnson walking

Several pilots cemented themselves into history with their skills during the Second World War. One aviator, Johnnie Johnson, did more than the average person, taking…