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:

Three Former US Intelligence Personnel Plead Guilty To Developing Cyberweapons For The UAE

Exterior of the Department of Justice building, surrounded by greenery

Three former US intelligence operatives have pleaded guilty to assisting the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in its cyber-hacking offensives. Under the plea agreement, the trio…

Can You Recognize These Bad Guys From History When They Were Young?

Kim Jong-Il as a baby + Fidel Castro with his classmates + Adolf Hitler as a baby

If history has shown us anything, it’s that the world has had its share of terrible leaders. While they started out as innocent children, they…

Robert E. Lee Statue Removed From Richmond, Virginia Following State Supreme Court Decision

Top half of the Robert E. Lee statue in harnesses

The statue of Confederate Army general Robert E. Lee that stood over Richmond, Virginia’s Monument Avenue has been removed from its pedestal. The removal of…

Pentagon Requests Public Assistance In Renaming Of Military Installations

Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin standing behind a podium + the entrance to Fort Bragg

The Pentagon has asked for the public’s help in renaming military installations named after Confederate Army soldiers. The request follows the passing of the Defense…

Sergeant Stubby: The Most Decorated War Dog of WWI

General John J. Pershing awarding Sergeant Stubby a medal

Animals have been a part of military units throughout history. From ancient times to modern conflicts, they were of use on the battlefield and provided…

Virginia Supreme Court Rules General Robert E. Lee Statue Can Be Removed

Robert E. Lee statue surrounded by concrete barriers

Virginia’s Supreme Court has unanimously ruled on the fate of the 21-foot-tall statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee in Richmond. The state capital served…

US Navy Files Patent For Weapon That Stops Targets From Talking

USS Cole at sea

A report from New Scientist has revealed the U.S. Navy has filed a patent for a new type of non-lethal weapon. Called acoustic hailing and…

Daughter Of Soldier Killed In Action During Korean War Reunited With Father’s Lost Duffel Bag

Military portrait of Joseph W. Sullivan + Eileen Sullivan Alber holding the duffel bag

The daughter of fallen World War II and Korean War veteran Joseph W. Sullivan is singing the praises of an Indiana couple after they returned…

Unvaccinated Active-Duty Marines And Sailors Ordered To Get COVID-19 Vaccine

Female soldier holding a COVID-19 vaccination

The Navy has mandated sailors, Marines, and reservists be vaccinated against COVID-19 or risk disobeying a lawful orders, for which they will face “punitive or…

16th Century Rocket Cats: Brilliant Warfare Tactic Or Terrible Idea?

The Medieval era is known for its unique takes on just about everything. From strange hygiene habits to medical practices, it was certainly a different…

Gremlins Were A Pilot’s Worst Enemy During World War II

Hawker Hurricane in flight + Illustration of a gremlin aiming a slingshot

A good portion of the fighting that occurred between the Axis and Allied powers during World War II took place in the sky, and pilots…

Delta Force Sniper Who Sacrificed His Life In Somalia Memorialized In Hometown

Military portrait of Master Sgt. Gary Gordon + bronze statue

Master Sergeant Gary Gordon had a life-long military career. He joined the U.S. Army in 1978 and was trained as a combat engineer. After a…