Andrew Crosse, an amateur scientist, made the unthinkable happen 180 years ago: he accidently created life. He never explicitly stated that his little creatures were conjured from the aether, but he was never able to discern where they originated from if they weren't produced from the aether.
Paula Jean Welden was an American college student who disappeared in December 1946, while walking on Vermont's Long Trail hiking route. Her mysterious disappearance led to the creation of the Vermont State Police. However, Paula Welden has never been found since, and the case has left behind only a few bizarre theories.
15-year-old Kelly Cook vanished from her home in Alberta in 1981, considering one of the province's most high-profile incidents.
The "Boy in the Box" had died of blunt force trauma, and was bruised in many places, but none of his bones had been broken. There were no signs that the unidentified boy had been raped or sexually assaulted in any way. The case remains unsolved to this day.
When Asha Degree mysteriously disappeared from her North Carolina home in the early morning of Valentine's Day in 2000, authorities were baffled. They still have no idea where she is.
On the night of November 12th, Terry Jo Duperrault woke up after hearing screams from the ship's deck. She found her mother and brother dead in a pool of blood and the captain about to kill her next.
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80 days of hell! Sabine Dardenne – the girl who survived the kidnapping and imprisonment in the basement of a serial killer
Sabine Dardenne was kidnapped at the age of twelve by the child molester and serial killer Marc Dutroux in 1996. He lied to Sabine all the time to keep her in his "death trap".
On August 3rd 2020, 27-year-old Michael Bryson paid a visit to his parents in Harrisburg, Oregon. No one knew that would be the final time they'd see or speak with their son.
Jane, Arnna, and Grant Beaumont boarded a bus to neighbouring Glenelg Beach on a sunny day in January 1966, and never to be found again.
For seven long years, the search continued to find Joshua Maddux, but failed. Until a terrifying discovery of a mummified body was found inside a cabin chimney two blocks away from the Maddux’s family home.