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.
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.
During the cold months of late 1995, the body of a middle-aged man was found in a rail car in the town of Wright, Wyoming. His identity still remains a mystery today.
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.
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.
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.