Though these marine mysteries are often solved, globsters—unidentified organic masses that wash up on beaches—continue to capture the public’s imagination.
There’s a reason the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum decided to leave the stolen paintings’ frames empty.
Most shipwrecks can usually be blamed on weather, currents, or mechanical failures. For others, the Bermuda Triangle could be the culprit.
Were they all executed criminals, or were some decapitated after death (possibly to prevent haunting)? Researchers aren’t sure.
On June 11, 1962, the Anglin brothers and Frank Morris mounted the most infamous prison break of the 20th century. Evidence continues to mount that they actually got away with it.