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:

The 7th Panzer Division: Germany’s Ghost Division

A column of German tanks + a portrait of Erwin Rommel

The German invasion of France during the middle of 1940 was swift and effective. Within a matter of months, they’d overrun the country’s defenses and…

UK Secretary Of State For Defence Pays Respects At The Tomb Of The Unknown Soldier

Ben Wallace bowing in front of a wreath

On July 12, 2021, U.K. Secretary of State for Defence Ben Wallace met with U.S. Secretary of Defence Lloyd J. Austin III in Washington, D.C.…

RAF Master Bomber’s Gallantry Medals Up For Auction

Six WWII medals lined up + a portrait of Sidney Baker

The gallantry medals awarded to a Royal Air Force wing commander have come up for auction in the United Kingdom. They belonged to Sidney “Tubby”…

USS Ronald Reagan And HMS Queen Elizabeth Train Together In The Indian Ocean

Seven ships sailing in the water

The United States recently teamed up with the United Kingdom and the Netherlands to participate in training exercises in the Indian Ocean. The two-day session…

Swiss Pikemen: The Most Fearsome Medieval Mercenaries

Swiss pikemen against German Landsknechts

One of the most formidable military infantries from the Middle Ages was the Swiss pikemen. Despite being a small contingent with little in the way…

Statue Of Confederate General Robert E. Lee Removed From Charlottesville Park

Robert E. Lee statue being hoisted in the air + the statue on a truck surrounded by people

The debate surrounding Civil War-era monuments in the United States has been gathering steam over the years. With movements like Black Lives Matter raising issues…

Lumber Jills: The Women Who Made Up Britain’s Timber Corps

Members of the Women's Timber Corps

Throughout the Second World War, women in Britain stepped up wherever they were needed. Many volunteered as air wardens or joined civilian organizations dedicated to…

How World War II Spurred The Creation Of The Flu Vaccine

Soldiers in hospital beds + a portrait of Thomas Francis Jr.

It’s hard to imagine a time when vaccines didn’t exist. However, up until the Second World War, they were few and far between. It wasn’t…

Treasure Hunter Claims To Have Found Legendary Lost Gold Train

Ilmensee-Express train + Piotr Koper + a pile of gold

Treasure hunter Piotr Koper has announced he’s possibly uncovered the legendary Nazi gold train at the bottom of a lake. After more than a decade…

The Battle of Los Angeles: The Enemy Attack That Never Happened

Los Angeles Times newspaper clipping of the Battle of Los Angeles

The United States entered WWII after the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. The bombing put the entire nation on high alert, and…

Sailor Who Died At Pearl Harbor Identified 79 Years Later

The remains of U.S. Navy Electrician’s Mate 3rd Class Alphard Stanley Owsley have been identified 79 years after he perished during the Japanese attack on…

An Incredibly Rare 1940-Era Plane Is Up For Sale

Two Boeing B-17Es in formation

The Boeing B-17 series of planes are considered some of the best military aircraft developed during WWII. It was nicknamed the “Flying Fortress” by a…