The skeletal remains of two young boys were discovered in Stanley Park, Vancouver, Canada, in 1953. They had been hacked to death with a hatchet. Who were they and who killed them?
On the 21st of July, 1999, the body of a young woman was found in a cornfield near the town of Raymond, Racine County, Wisconsin. She had been tortured and starved for a prolonged period before perishing. Her identity still remains unknown.
The struggle for civil rights in the United States has a long and murderous history. William Lewis Moore was murdered while waging a one-man protest against segregation.
Rosemarie Nitribitt, 24, was one of Germany’s most notorious high-end escorts who serviced numerous prominent figures. In 1957, she was found strangled to death in her apartment.
Janette Roberson, 27, was beaten and stabbed to death in the basement of a local department store in Reed City, Michigan, in 1983. Her killer has never been identified.
The body of “Septic Tank Sam” was discovered in an abandoned septic tank in Tofield, Alberta, on the 1st of April, 1977. He had been brutally tortured and then murdered. His identity – and that of his killer – still remains unknown.
In 1992, two women were found in different locations in the Wyoming wilderness. The DNA found at each crime scene concluded that they were both killed by the same person. Their identity – and who killed them – has never been solved.
Teresa Sue Hilt, 22, was found murdered in her apartment in Maryville, Missouri, 1973. She had been stabbed in the chest, arm, and lower part of the body. Her killer has still not been identified.
Over the spring of 1946, a ruthless serial killer held the citizens of Texarkana in a state of perpetual fear. The identity of the so-called “Phantom Killer” who murdered 5 people in this sleepy town still remains unknown to this day.
Jodine Serrin, who suffered from mental disabilities, was found murdered in her apartment on Valentine’s Day of 2007. Despite the fact her parents saw her killer, he has still not been identified.