According to an unofficial count, almost 800 deaths have been documented at the Grand Canyon. None of these deaths have been as mysterious as the disappearance of newly married couple Glen and Bessie Hyde in the winter of 1928.
Susan Smalley, 18, and Stacie Madison, 17, were best friends in their prime of life. Then on 19 March, 1988, they disappeared in Carrollton, Texas, leaving behind only Stacie’s yellow Mustang convertible. What happened to them?
Tammy Lynn Leppert was an actress and model from Rockledge, Florida. On 6 July, 1983, she vanished in Cocoa Beach, Florida, after having an argument with a male friend. She has never been found.
Claudia Lawrence was a chef at the University of York who vanished from the sleepy village of Hewarth, York, on the 18th of March, 2009. What happened to her?
On the 25th of June, 1983, Nyleen Marhsall, 4, disappeared while in the Elkhorn Mountains near Helena, Montana. Witnesses saw her speaking with an unidentified man wearing a jogging suit shortly before she disappeared.
In 1978, five mentally disabled men abandoned their car in the Yuba County wilderness & vanished without a trace. Months later, four of them would be found. What forced them to abandon their car and wander into the wilderness to their deaths?
On the 1st of May, 1994, Victor Dwight Shoemaker, 5, vanished while playing with his cousins in the woods of Short Mountain, in Kirby, West Virginia. From a tragic accident to family involvement, the theories have been plentiful.
It’s estimated that around 800,000 children are reported missing each and every year. Thankfully, most of these children return home safely. But what about those who never return? For the loved ones left behind, the not knowing must be unimaginable. In this article, we shall look at five cases of missing children.
From living a life of luxury to great poverty, the case of Margaret Clement,“The Lady of the Swamp,” is one of Australia’s greatest mysteries. For years, Margaret lived a lonely existence in a derelict Victorian mansion before one day, she inexplicably disappeared.
When Barbara Follett was just 12-years-old, her first book was published. Years later, the once child prodigy would leave her home and vanish into the night, never to be seen again.