Let’s peer in the windows of mysterious clubs, from not-so-secret societies like the Freemasons to lesser-known groups like the Bullingdon Club.
Though these marine mysteries are often solved, globsters—unidentified organic masses that wash up on beaches—continue to capture the public’s imagination.
The Great Flood of 1889 killed more than 2000 people, swept away 1600 homes, and caused $17 million in damage. And it wasn’t the last time Johnstown would flood.
For decades, a man dressed head to toe in leather moved through Connecticut and New York. Who was he, and what did he want?
From classics like the vanishing hitchhiker to creepy cryptids, ghostly vehicles, deadly curses, and some stuff you’ve probably seen on Facebook.
In 1961, an ordinary New Hampshire couple claimed to have been abducted by aliens. Betty and Barney Hill's tale still reverberates through pop culture today.
Join me. Perhaps you will learn some things you didn't know about the wonderfully spooky 'Unsolved Mysteries,' which celebrates its 35th anniversary this year.
Curtis Chillingworth was the most esteemed judge in Palm Beach County. But someone wanted him dead.
In 1937, "Doc" Noss found billions in gold in a New Mexico mountain peak. The only thing stopping his family from a windfall? The U.S. Army.
Did someone hide at the Hinterkaifeck farm in the days before its six residents were found murdered?
In 2018, a mysterious stranger left roughly 20 vintage television sets at random doorsteps in Virginia. Then they struck again.
Whether an entire town can’t stop dancing or people suddenly start worrying about minor marks on their windshields, these seemingly unbelievable events have had some surprising (and sometimes devastating) effects.
The ooey-gooey goodness that is American cheese is delicious ... but what is it?
The true fate of many of these ships will never be known, but speculation suggests that storms, piracy, mutiny, accidental bombing, and even the attack of a giant squid could be responsible for their vanishings.
In 1946, college student Paula Welden went for a hike on a local path known as the Long Trail. Her fate has become part of Vermont's folklore.
What really happened to Virginia Dare and the rest of the Lost Colony of Roanoke? In the late 1930s, an enterprising con man claimed to know.
History is loaded with people who have disappeared without a trace; rarer are the ones who seem to have emerged from nowhere.
The world of cryptology is full of stumpers. Here are the stories behind eight especially infamous ones.
Some passages from Agatha Christie's library are being eliminated in an effort to address concerns over alleged xenophobia and racist descriptions.
Finding a highly valuable treasure is one thing. Keeping it is another.
The celebrated author decided she wanted to adopt a new writing identity for a mystery novel. It didn't turn out well.
The letters, mysteriously misfiled among Italian documents, shed new light on Mary Stuart’s political machinations during her years in captivity.
What happened to the Lost Colony of Roanoke? Corporate greed, dreadful diplomacy, and the wrath of Mother Nature. Also, we don’t know.
Alexander Graham Bell’s telephone helped fund his future experiments—some of which have proven tough to decipher.