The REAL Boogeyman?! A Horrible Man or Monster - Albert Fish | Mystery & Makeup | Bailey Sarian

Published 2023-03-13

All Comments (21)
  • My dad was sent to an orphanage in the 30's. He never said he was mistreated. But he was placed there in the middle of the night, so he didn't know he was going. He just woke up in a sea of beds. His mom kept his sister. The saddest part to me was in the yard he could see his aunts house and stood there all day by the fence waiting to come and get him😢 His grandma finally came and got him once she found out he was there. He turned out to be a wonderfully man and father. He passed last year.
  • We absolutely need “I’m laughing because I’m uncomfortable” merch 😂
  • I hope Bailey knows that even if she doesn’t sing the theme song her viewers sing it for her
  • Atreya 300
    Kudos to you for not being bullied by YouTube into being censored from using specific words. I always feel that when people refuse to use the real words that it's almost downplaying the entire topic and making it seem less significant and serious than it actually is. So thank you Bailey! Much love to you! <3
  • TimeBucks
    Bailey feels so much more lively in her episodes lately
  • Sydney Jamie
    Hearing how he wrote about Grace picking wild flowers in the front of the house broke my heart
  • Kay
    I think it would be so cool to have a Dark History episode on orphanages/foster care because it’s a topic that I haven’t seen researched or documented too much, personally. But it’s really interesting.
  • Angela Flores
    My mom was put in an orphanage when she was about 7 with two of her sisters. She always said it was the best time of her childhood, because it was clean and they had food to eat. Her mother was incredibly abusive. My mother spent her whole adult life working as a daycare provider, she loved children and said it was because of her time at the orphanage. She was a beautiful person, when she passed away last year, so many of her “kids” came to her funeral and it really hit me, how many lives she touched. ❤
  • ch
    Throughout my years of consuming true crime, Albert Fish is the one story I just can’t stomach. Nothing even comes close to how horrible this guy was. Absolutely devastating.
  • Alexa Mick
    I love how Bailey can rattled off the word sadomasochism like a pro not skipping a beat but that word horror and rural are quite the doozy
  • Tallia Rosso
    I hate when people try to cover up the real word for something. I hate when people sugar coat everything. Thank you for saying all the Real words on here
  • j e s s a
    “a whopping 43 year age difference”
    Bailey: that’s not bad
  • I really hope Baileys mind is okay after investigating all these cases for us. It’s hard to hear I can only imagine everything she sees to get all the into together 😢
  • BuffyBubble
    Can you imagine his kids, now older, reminiscing the old days and commenting on how dads stews were the best, and they never had it like that since then 😬😬😬
  • Melissa Miles
    Ham and Eggs deserved so much worse than he got. Thanks for covering the story!! ❤
  • vcantdrive
    21:41 is so true. censorship has gone so far that labels don't make sense anymore. like why are those words censored, how else are victims supposed to name/describe what happened to them?

    and idk but for me censoring it is downplaying what messed up humans do to other ppl
  • C
    Bailey feels so much more lively in her episodes lately, especially in this one.

    It's nice to see her personality shine in her videos again
  • Sussex Sandra
    I usually listen to these stories with a detached ear & heart.
    But this story hits hard. It’s truly horrific and sickening.