As you may have heard by now, The Daily Mail published a piece today written by someone claiming that he’s solved the mystery of Jack the Ripper’s identity once and for all. The proverbial finger Continue Reading > about Jack the Ripper’s Identity Found? Scientist Claims DNA Evidence on Catherine Eddowes’ Shawl Proves Aaron Kosminski as Perpetrator
Previously: The Curious Case of Kaspar Hauser. Flying a kite on an idyllic summer day might sound like the perfect day off—as long as you don’t stumble upon two dead bodies while you’re doing it. Continue Reading > about Unresolved: The Lead Masks Case on Vintém Hill
Previously: Bunny Man Bridge. There’s a small, unincorporated community near Weatherford in Custer County, Oklahoma. A picturesque spot on Deer Creek, the community bears a name significantly less Continue Reading > about Haunted Road Trip: Dead Woman’s Crossing, Weatherford, Oklahoma
Previously: The Servant Girl Annihilator of Austin, Texas. Once upon a time, there was little city called Nuremberg. A bustling place, especially in the early 19th century, it was one of Germany’s Continue Reading > about Unresolved: The Curious Case of Kaspar Hauser
Previously: The Taman Shud Case and the Somerton Man. Since the publication of Erik Larson’s The Devil in the White City, the name of H. H. Holmes has his status as America’s first serial killer Continue Reading > about Unresolved: The Servant Girl Annihilator of Austin, Texas
Unsolved mysteries fascinate us, largely because the more time that passes, the less likely it is we'll ever learn the truth about what happened. In "Unresolved," I'll be taking a look at unsolved Continue Reading > about Unresolved: Who Put Bella in the Wych Elm?