Keith Reinhard’s mysterious disappearance and Tom Young’s death in the Rocky Mountains

Keith Reinhard was a middle-aged journalist who was taking a break from his daily activities. He then visited a small town called Silver Plume. This man rents a place where the previous resident, Tom Young, went missing in the Rocky Mountains a year ago. Interested in the case, he then…

An artist working in Japanese tempera paint was found guilty of mass poisoning and sentenced to death, despite the fact that he is suspected to have been wrongfully accused.

On January 26, 1948, just before the Royal Bank closed, a middle-aged guy claiming to be the Health Inspector strolled in.

This man then addressed the entire bank, explaining that he had been sent by the American government to provide dysentery vaccines. Because Japan was, in fact, in a transitional…

Five men went missing while fishing in 1979, and after ten years, something emerged.

Five men went fishing in the Hawaiian Islands on a sunny day. They then rushed off with a borrowed ship without the slightest clue that it would be a fateful day that would put them in one of the mysteries of maritime history to this day.

That day on February…

The life story of George Parrott, a bandit in the American Wild West in the late 19th century

Like museums in general, the Carbon County Museum in Rawlins, United States, holds many historical objects from ancient societies. Some of the most famous collections of the Carbon County Museum include Indian war hats, the Thomas Alfa Edison gallery, and the World War I photo collection.

But interestingly, there is…

They believed that to live a normal life, one of them had to die

At first glance, June and Jennifer Gibbons are like any other ordinary twins. But they were far from ordinary. Their life remains one of the biggest mysteries in modern times.

Behaving Strangely Since Toddlers

June and Jennifer were born on April 11, 1963, in Barbados. They are identical twins to Gloria and Aubrey Gibbons…

The Frog Boys were a group of five boys who vanished on March 26, 1991, in Daegu, South Korea.

March 26, 1991, was a public holiday in South Korea for local elections. Schools, campuses, and workplaces were closed, so people spent more time outdoors.

Five children from Daegu filled their holiday playing outdoors. They set out to find salamander eggs in an area not too far from their neighborhood…

Edwin

A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots. -Marcus Garvey-

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