Secrets and riddles have always been interesting to people at all times, and the stories that remained unsolved were considered especially intriguing. It is interesting to know he will tell about 8 riddles, the answers to which are still unknown.
1. The murder of Julia Wallace
This murder still remains one of the strangest and most gratuitous crimes known to history. In 1931, a man named William Wallace received a letter in which a man named Quultro asked him to come to the specified address. The man goes to the place, but without meeting anyone named Quultro returns home and finds the bloody corpse of his wife.
2. The big gray man from the top of Ben Macdui
Since the late 19th century, there have been numerous legends about the white yeti seen by hundreds of witnesses on the summit of Ben Makdui of Mount Kerngorm. This creature remained an inexplicable phenomenon, despite the fact that even scientists who went there for research claim that they saw a monster.
3. Lights of Hessdalen
For the first time, scientists recorded this phenomenon in 1811 in the Norwegian Hessdalen Valley. Then, in 1980, the lights began to appear even more often, the figure went up to 20 times a week. Scientists have done a lot of research in order to establish the light, but they never came to anything.
4. The Mystery of Amherst
A woman named Esther Cox, who lived in Canada in the second half of the 19th century, insisted that she was being pursued by a poltgeist who was pursuing her wherever she moved. To find out for sure whether Esther is lying or not, one of the researchers of the paranormal lived for several weeks in her house, after which he wrote a book in which he assured that he really saw some evil spirits that constantly attacked Esther.
5. The disappearance of Benjamin Bathurst
British diplomat, Benjamin Bathurst, in 1809 decided to take a walk through the cities of Germany under an assumed name. At the same time, armed with not only two revolvers, but also a strong German assistant. When the comrades decided to spend the night in one of the hotels in the city of Perleberg, something incomprehensible happened. Bathurst mysteriously disappeared from his room, after his clothes were found in different parts of the area, but the body was never found.
6. Lost Mine of Sublett
There is a legend that there is a gold mine in the mountains of Guadeloupe, which was found by gold digger Ben Sublett in the 19th century. The locals believed that he had definitely dug out a gold mine, since he always paid in gold and nothing more. But he took the secret of his wealth with him to the grave, and did not even share it with his son. Until now, thousands of gold prospectors cannot find wealth.
7. The incident in Aurora
Legend has it that in one of the small towns of Texas, Aurora, aliens were buried, who allegedly crashed into the mill and decided not to leave the corpse of their pilot on the ground. But researchers still believe that such a story was invented by local drunks who simply wanted to hide the fact that they accidentally burned down the mill that belonged to the city judge.
8. Black mausoleum
One of the few poltergeist stories that almost all researchers call "a compelling paranormal phenomenon of all time." There is a poltergeist in Greyfriars Cemetery (Edinburgh) that inflicts strong blows and burns to all visitors. It is worth noting that the victims were not dozens, but hundreds.