Several accidents happened involving the car, and suddenly, it disappears without a trace.

Little Bastard. Source:

In the 1950s, A fatal accident had killed a young Hollywood actor in an open hood Porsche car. If the accident had only happened once, maybe strange stories wouldn’t have come up. But the problem was that after the accident, another accident involving the same car happened as if it had been cursed. Plus the fact that the car suddenly disappeared without a trace!

September 30, 1955, was a tragic day for James Dean. At the top of his career, the Hollywood actor was killed in a road accident with his newly purchased car — a Porsche nicknamed “Little Bastard.”

Menendez family murder story

The Menendez family in 1988

On the night of August 20, 1989, a wealthy married couple named Jose Menendez (45 years) and Kitty Andersen (47 years) were taking time with them, watching a movie in the room.

Suddenly a gunshot from the back direction was accurately charging on the back of Jose’s head. Kitty was shocked and tried to escape yet was shot on the leg side. The suspect then shoots her arm, chest, and subsequently Kitty’s face until crushed shattered.

The remains of Jose and Kitty were later discovered by their own sons Lyle (21 years old) and Erik (18 years old), who happened…

The tragic story of the Battle of Ramree Island — World War II (1945)

Photo by Vish K on Unsplash

Have you ever heard of Ramree Island? It is located in Myanmar, and it is the most dangerous island in the world. There was a story that hundreds of people died getting slaughter by crocodiles in just one night.

Since the battle of Midway 4–7 June 1942 and the death of Isoroku Yamamoto — the war strategist in 1943 had caused, the Japanese imperial army was losing spirit in war. The increasingly powerful Allies constantly pushed their position in the Pacific. Territories in the Pacific such as Saipan, Tinian, and Guam eventually fell to the Allies.

Although the Japanese were…

The Solway Firth Spaceman

Jim Templeton’s photograph

In the late warm spring of 1964, the Templeton family spent their afternoons in a green meadow on the Solway Fjord. The father, who was engrossed in his camera, then took a photo of his little daughter playing. But when the image was printed, how shocked he was to find a mysterious figure like an astronaut standing behind his daughter.

More than 50 years ago, there was a photograph that attracted widespread public attention. In a photo set on green grass with a little girl holding a flower, it is alleged to have caught a mysterious figure dressed as a…

At first, Lizzie Border was suspected of killing her father but released because of a lack of evidence. Was she really innocent?

Lizzie Borden. By Anonymous —, Public Domain,

In 1892 there was a murder case in Fall River, Massachusetts. A murder suspect brutally attacked the victim with an ax. The victim's daughter, who was inside the house at the time of the incident, was suspected of being the mastermind of the murder. But there was some evidence that eased her, so she was released. But this murder case still leaves an undisclosed mystery, was she really innocent?

That woman’s name was Lizzie Borden. She was the daughter of Andrew Jackson Borden and Sarah Borden, along with her sister Emma Borden. …

The inexplicable death of Gunther Stoll and the notes he left.

The wreckage site of Günther Stoll’s vehicle.

On October 26, 1984, two male lorry drivers discovered a Volkswagen Golf-type car that was cracked in a ditch. Based on their inspection, the vehicle was feared to have an accident.

The two men then contact the police. After making the call, they both approached the Volkswagen car. There was around a prolonged man whose body was full of blood in the car yet but still in conscious condition. The victim was able to tell that there were four men with him, but they all escaped. He said the four men were not his friends. Soon, an ambulance arrived. …

Amelia Earhart flew 29,000 miles along the equatorial route in an attempt to travel the world in 1937. No one thought that would be her last flight finally disappeared under mysterious circumstances.

Amelia Earhart standing under the nose of her Lockheed Model 10-E Electra.

Amelia Mary Earhart was born in Atchison, Kansas, on July 24, 1897. She was the daughter of Samuel Stanton Earhart and Amelia Otis Earhart. Amelia was an aviation pioneer and the founder of the American women pilots organization Ninety-Nine. She was also the first woman to receive the Distinguished Flying Cross award for her efforts as the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean.

Young Amelia had shown an interest in the world of aviation. Her first flying lesson took place in 1921 at Kinner Airfield near Long Beach after working as a nurse, photographer, and truck driver…

“Villisca Axe Murder House” by Jennifer Kirkland is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

Villisca Axe Murder House in the US is a historic home that will invite tourists to uncover the mystery of the past's mysterious massacre. Now, the house is invaded by many tourists who are curious about the story.

Why this house was so popular because there was a murder that happens there and one of the tools used to commit heinous murders was an ax. Tools that are actually used for positive purposes were used to kill the lives of others. For example, in the Axe Murders of Villisca case, all the victims died from being killed using axes.

The Early Chronology of The Axe Murders of Villisca Mystery

Dead 3 years and no one notices?

Joyce Vincent

Joyce Vincent's name was in the spotlight in 2006. She was found dead in conditions that provoked many inquiries. Her body had been turned into a skull when it was found. Even from the reports, she died sitting in a chair facing the television, and her body sat there for almost three years.

Joyce Vincent's death remains a mystery. Although considered a normal death, but there is a discrepancy with the position of death.

Chronology of Joyce Vincent’s Discovery


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