Before an invention reaches the public and is widely used, the inventor will carry out a very long trial and error process to ensure the tool or object he invented is safe and fit.
Many inventors get sick or suffer fatal accidents, even death, due to working on their findings in this process. The following are six stories of the inventors who died because of their discoveries.
It is common knowledge that not all murder cases find a bright spot that leads to the arrest of the perpetrator, who finally gets punishment for their actions. In some cases, let alone catching the perpetrators, sometimes revealing the mastermind behind the murders was unsuccessful because there was no evidence and witnesses.
The killers will usually try in various ways to remove evidence to hide the bodies of their victims. That is why police typically fail to uncover several murder cases.
Well, some stories have happened in the world where murder victims solve their own cases. Some go through the…
In the early hours of June 1960, an unidentified assailant attacked four teenagers camped on the shores of Finland’s famous Lake Bodom. Three were killed, one survived, and the perpetrators of these heinous murders remain unknown.
Four Finnish teenagers had planned to camp out on the shores of Lake Bodom on June 4. They were fifteen and accompanying their lovers, Seppo Anter and Wilhelm Gustafsson, who were eighteen.
The teenagers’ arrival at the campsite and the ensuing day went on smoothly as they enjoyed their time in nature. The calamity didn’t happen until the early hours of the following day.
In history, there are stories of exploratory expeditions that failed. These explorers not only fail but also have to deal with the tragic ending of their life. Some vanished as if swallowed up by the Earth, while some were found in unfavorable conditions. Here are six exploration expeditions that ended tragically.
Al Capone, a gangster in the 1920s, was famous for his illegal business network. But who would have thought that the end of his legendary gangster’s life had to be spent in a psychiatric hospital. Al Capone was thought to have suffered a mental illness at the end of his life as a result of being haunted by the person he had killed.
Alphonso Gabriel Capone (1899–1947), better known as Al Capone, was an American gangster who led America’s Prohibition era. He was involved in the alcohol, gambling, smuggling, and prostitution businesses in Chicago from 1920 to 1931.
On December 15, 1900, a ship passed through the Flannan Islands. The crew was confused by the absence of lighting from the lighthouse on the island. After checking, they did not find any guards there. All they found was the closed main door, the clock stopped, and the chairs in the kitchen upside down. The three lighthouse guards disappeared without a trace …
Throughout history, many archaeologists have found relics of the past, one of which is ancient tombs. In some cases, these tombs were the tombs of famous figures who had been buried over the past centuries. In addition, some graves hold mysteries and strange events that have not been resolved until now. Here are six of the most mysterious tombs in human history.
In the 1920s, Howard Carter and his team excavated the tomb of the Egyptian king Pharaoh Tutankhamun. Only a few months later one by one the people involved in the excavation died mysteriously. This led to speculation that the Egyptian ruler’s tomb carried a curse.
This case refers to the children of Margaret Fandel, namely Scott and Amy, who disappeared on September 4, 1978, in Sterling, Alaska. At that time, Scott was 13 years old, and Amy was eight years old.
On July 2, 1966, three female friends, Ann Miller (21), Patricia Blough (19), and Renee Bruhl (19), mysteriously vanished, and their whereabouts remain unknown. When they vanished, all their belongings were still left on the beach.
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