Three hours after that, the parents came home to a grisly sight. So did Lancelyn Green commit the most batshit suicide imaginable to make everyone else assume foul play? As time goes on, these cases get colder and colder and the shroud of mystery thicker. The American merchant ship Silver Star was first to arrive on the scene. Police arrested William about two weeks later, convinced he had left himself a phony message, as the call came from a box only a few hundred yards from his chess club. .
In 1953, a mysterious informant claimed something different: that the woman had been killed by a German spy ring that had set up shop in the British Midlands. One of the friends, William Kennedy, claimed that he dropped McCabe off at a gas station convenience store shortly after 2 a. The Overtoun Bridge, near Dumbarton, seems to call dogs to leap to their death. Ron got a phone call on August 17, 1977, and it made him angry. One year later, their mother gave birth to twins, Gillian and Jennifer. The house was then engulfed in flames and the parents managed to rescue only four of the children before the entire property collapsed. Then there's the matter of his clothes, or lack thereof.
The loving mother of a three-year-old boy, Donna dropped her son off with her parents to go on a blind date. She had crashed her car on the icy road of Route 112 in New Hampshire and a bus driver who passed by asked if she needed help. The signal lasted for 72 seconds. Belongings and supplies had been untouched, which made the case more mysterious and ruled out that the community had relocated. The local fire department was understaffed and arrived too late to the scene.
Over 40 rounds were fired into the victims, even as they raised their arms in surrender, while an unidentified voice over loudspeakers. Despite the exhaustive search, they hit a dead end. It's named for the Polish book dealer who purchased it in 1912. Travelers who cut through the town discovered all the buildings, including the well-built homes, were abandoned. Hanging on the clothesline were blankets much like the one wrapped around the boy.
That's where the first two bodies were found, shoeless and wearing only underwear. The maid and their youngest son were killed in their beds. Rob raced out to his car, and drove to the grocery store pay phones. And in case this story hasn't already ruined Christmas for you forever, the coroner even used the phrase to describe it. He would be in his 40s now, if he's still out there. Although the settlers themselves claimed to be Portuguese, Sevier apparently did not believe them, also concluding that they were Moors.
Since then, the sightings have decreased in frequency, with observations numbering 10—20 per year. Single mum Christine Collins above reported her nine-year-old son, Walter, missing in March 1928 from their home in Los Angeles. To add to the mystery, the bodies of seven starved sled dogs were found and several graves had been dug in the area but these were unused. Doctors became convinced she had a staph infection or some type of eczema-like skin disorder. Waldemar Fenn, a German archaeologist, has pointed out that the taulas all faced south, leading him to speculate that they were erected as a religious monument to.
The last known surviving Sodder child, Sylvia, 69, still doesn't believe her siblings perished in the fire. No one knows who was on the other end of the phone, what was said, or what led to his death. Fearing his muskrat traps would be confiscated by police, the hunter didn't report the body. Apparently George tried to save the children who he believed were still trapped inside by using his coal truck, which strangely, was inoperable; the phone lines to the house were found to have been cut; a woman claimed to have seen all five missing children peering from a passing car while the fire was in progress; and a woman at a Charleston hotel who saw the children's photos in a newspaper said she had seen four of the five a week after the fire. There are various theories concerning what happened in those dark and dreadful hours on the Mountain of the Dead. In fact, the evidence made no sense at all.
She's called the Isdal Woman because no one knows her real name, and her burnt body was recovered from Norway's Isdalen valley on November 29, 1970. Today, 24 percent of Americans. It had a real human skull. Since her disappearance, her father has posted on her social media pages, sometimes alienating others searching for Donna. The coroner would not rule the death a suicide, and had a rather valid argument for doing so: Garroting yourself to death with a shoelace is very, very difficult.
And if they weren't drug traffickers, what would their motive be for taking him? They have been mysteries for decades if not longer. Her aviation skills turned her into a household name and she was the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. A month later they would find the most substantial but puzzling evidence in a secret pocket in the man's trousers. Well shit, someone's getting fired over that one, right? By the 1800s, the mysterious settlers had spread out from Tennessee into isolated areas of Virginia and Kentucky. Did the ship even exist, or is it merely a sailor's tale? Appalachian mothers would scare their children with tales of the dark people in the mountains. Others believe it was Mary, herself, and that she used the letters to concoct and support the perfect murder of her own husband.