In April of 1943, a group of young boys discovered the skull of a woman lodged inside a Wych Elm in Hagley Woods, West Midlands. She became known as “Bella” and after the discovery, graffiti asking “Who Put Bella in the Wych Elm?” began to appear throughout the town.
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.
12-year-old Muriel Drinkwater was found shot dead in a forest nearby her home in Penllergaer, Swansea, Wales, in 1946. To this day, nobody has ever been charged with her murder.
Orville Steele and Carolyn Newell were teenage lovers that vanished one evening while at Lula Lake. The following week, their bound bodies were discovered. Carolyn had been bound, raped, beaten & strangled. Orville had been tied to a tree and strangled.
Shortly after 5PM on the 12th of September, 1943, a Sedan was spotted driving erratically and meandering through Washington Blvd., barely missing a telephone pole before crashing into a bean field near Thatcher Ave. A man emerged from the wreckage wearing just a pair of white swimming trunks. He was covered in blood and stumbled into the field before collapsing in the field.
Amber Hagerman, 9, was abducted while playing with her brother in an abandoned grocery store parking lot in Arlington Texas. Four days later, her body was found. Her killer had kept her alive for two days before killing her. Her brutal murder still remains unsolved.
Penny Bell, a successful business owner, was stabbed to death in her car after apparently making an appointment with a client. Her killer has never been identified and the motivation for the murder remains unknown.
Vishal Mehrotra, 8, vanished on the day of the 1981 Royal Wedding. Following his disappearance, rumours of a pedophile ring operating from a local guest house led to talks of a cover-up
On the 5th of December, 1982, the body of a baby girl was found floating in Escatawpa River in Moss Point, Mississippi. Who was she and who killed her?
On the 29th of January, 1976, 13-year-old Tracey Ann Patient was strangled to death just blocks from her home in Henderson, Auckland, New Zealand. Her killer has still not been identified.