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…
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.
The letter, which contains information about society hill treasures, was written in Jamaica 300 years ago by an unknown man, dated May 14, 1716.
According to the letter, this treasure contains gold, which can obviously make the seekers rich. Its location is also mentioned in the letter.
The final part of the letter also tells the reader to burn the letter immediately not to be caught by others. As it turns out, the letter is said to have not been burned until now, so it can still be seen by those of us who live in today’s technologically advanced age.
Herman Webster Mudgett (May 16, 1861 — May 7, 1896) was the name of a U.S. man who later changed his name to Henry Howard Holmes or H. H. Holmes. This name will later be publicly known as one of the most notorious serial killers of the 19th and early 20th centuries.
In 1893, Holmes built a hotel in Chicago. From the outside, the hotel looks ordinary but inside was a place full of traps and murderous tools. That is why the hotel of death built by Holmes was later known as the Murder Castle.
In February 1981, Leroy Carter, Jr., a 29-year-old man, was sleeping in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, USA.
LeRoy Carter Jr. just picked the wrong place to sleep. The next day, he was found lifeless in a terrible condition. His head was gone, and a chicken wing and two corncobs were jammed into the open neck.
Because the corpse's condition was so strange when it was found, the police then asked an occult expert to help with their investigation. The expert then concluded that Carter was most likely killed by suspected a ritual, possibly satanic element.
John Reginald Halliday Christie (8 April 1899–15 July 1953) was a British serial killer who acted between the 1940s and 1950s. During his action, he had committed murder to more than six people, including his own wife.
It all started when John and his wife, Ethel, moved into a new house located in West London in 1938.
One of John’s victims was his neighbor, Beryl Evans. After killing Beryl, John then threw her body into a ditch.
Tragically, the police thought that the husband killed Beryl, so Beryl’s husband was arrested before being sentenced to death.
A man was found near the Burger King dumpster in Savannah, Georgia. When found, this man was unconscious and unclothed with wounds on his body. Further examined, he suffered fractures due to blunt force and many red marks on his body due to ant bites. But when asked about his identity, this man could not answer it. Even the FBI, who stepped in, failed to reveal who this man was.
On August 31, 2004, at around 5 a.m., Burger King employees in the city of Savannah, Georgia, found the body of an unidentified man lying naked in the restaurant’s trash…
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