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Guys i been really stick for a while in this kind of histories about mysterious abductions cases or mysterious disappearance and deaths. I've been very scared about what people or mysterious things can do.


If you know something about a history let us know...I will be sharing some cases i been looking for this days...share yours



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Elisa Lam Death 




Her disappearance had been widely reported; interest had increased five days prior to her body's discovery when the Los Angeles Police Department released video of the last time she was known to have been seen, on the day of her disappearance, by an elevator security camera. In the footage, Lam is seen exiting and re-entering the elevator, talking and gesturing in the hallway outside, and sometimes seeming to hide within the elevator, which itself appears to be malfunctioning. The video went viral on the Internet, with many viewers reporting that they found it unsettling. Explanations ranged from claims of paranormal involvement to the bipolar disorder Lam suffered from; it has been argued that the video itself has been tampered with.

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For me this have something to do with the Cecil hotel...



The Hotel is known for several suicides and its criminal activity which includes three murders.  Most notably, the hotel was the reported residence for serial killersRichard Ramirez in 1985 and Jack Unterweger in 1991. It is rumored to be one of the last places Elizabeth Short was seen before her murder in 1947.

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The Taman Shud Case



On the morning of December 1st, 1948, a body was found on Somerton Beach in Adelaide, Australia. The man's body was in perfect condition, with no injuries to be found. He was well dressed, although all the labels on his clothes were missing. In his pocket was a train ticket to Henley Beach, never to be used. It would be a month later when they would find a suitcase linked to him at Adelaide Railroad Station. Its label was removed as well as those on the articles of clothing inside it. Unfortunately, it led to no clues, just like his autopsy, which reported no foreign substance in his body that could directly link his death to poisioning. A month later they would find the most substantial but puzzling evidence in a secret pocket in the man's trousers. It read, "Taman Shud."   


Public library officials called in to translate the phrase. They concluded that it meant "ended" or "finished", which can be found in a collection of poems entitled The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. Immediately police ran a nationwide search for the book where this scrap paper was torn from. A man came forward, claiming that he found the book in the backseat of his unlocked car a week or two before they discovered the body. On the back of it was a strange code scrawled out in pencil. A phone number linking to a nurse was also discovered, though the nurse said she had given a copy of the Rubaiyatto an army officer named Alfred Boxall. Both the man who found the book and the nurse denied any connection with the dead man. They never got any further with the case, although many suspect it may have been a suicide since the book's theme was about having no regrets when life ends. Others think he may be a spy. And until there are any breaks in the case, his grave will remain reading, "Here lies the unknown man who was found at Somerton Beach 1st Dec. 1948."

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I have read before that the nurse daughter say that her mom have an affair with the guy and she had a child with him too but the child died

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Abduction Case: Village Of Angikuni 




Mysterious are the cases of individuals disappearing without a trace. But what about the entire population of a village that vanished without a single clue ? This is exactly what had happened at the Inuit village near Angikuni Lake in the Kivalliq region of Nunavut, Canada. 

On an evening in November 1932, the Canadian fur trapper named Joe Labelle was searching for a refuge from the intolerable cold of the tundra when he stumbled upon the Inuit village of Angikuni. Joe wasn't new to this place. He had been here before. Except then he had found it full of hospitable villagers and their playful sled dogs. But today, he found the village sunken deep in an eerie silence. There were no roars of laughter, no usual sound of friendly chatter and no barking of the sled dogs. As he cried out to the villagers, there was no reply. The huts, the tents, everything was quiet. As he scurried through the village desperately searching for life, he noticed a fire burning at a distance. As he quickly headed towards it, he discovered not the excepted face of a friendly villager, but the charred remains of a stew neglected by its brewer. He explored every single hut he could find. The people's dearest possessions, their food supplies, weaponry, everything was in place. But there was not a single human face. Bathed in cold sweat, Labelle struggled to the nearby telegraph office, and promptly sent a message to the nearest Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) barrack. 

The Mounties arrived hours later, to find the village unpeopled by its inhabitants. On inquiring another trapper named Armand Laurent, they found that Armand and his children had seen illuminated UFOs shooting towards the Angikuni Village. On further investigation they discovered that the ancestral graves of the villagers had been emptied. Moreover, the ground surrounding the graves was frozen and hard. The tomb stones had been piled up into two heaps, confirming that this couldn't have been the work of an animal. Further, about 7 sled dogs were found buried under 12 feet thick snow drift in a region far from the village. They had all starved to death. One report even claims that the dogs were tied up to scrub trees, preventing them from hunting for food. The Mounties were then surprised to witness shimmering blue lights in the sky.

Journalist Frank Edwards included this bizarre story in his work 'Stranger than Science'. The RCMP however, officially denied ever investigating this case. They in fact blamed Edwards for faking this whole legend. Edward's reputation, however, makes this hard to believe. Later RCMP records showed that they did investigate the disappearance, but this was nothing but a mere migration of the village population and nothing mysterious. But they failed to reason why the Inuits would abandon all their food supplies, weaponry and shelters to set off on a journey in the terrible cold.

Labelle himself claimed that a local deity named Torngarsuk, the malevolent sky god of the Inuits, was responsible for abducting them. But the claim made by Armand and the pulsating blue lights seen by the Mounties all suggest a mass alien abduction, at least, most people say so. Many ufologists have given their consent to this theory, causing it to gain much popularity. 

Possibilities are infinite, and so are the different theories attempting at explaining this baffling incident. It is up to you which one seems most convincing to you.


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The Boy In The Box



It was the year 1957 in Philadelphia when a hunter found the bruised body of a boy in a JC Penney box. The boy, around four to six years-old, was nude and wrapped in flannel. He seemed to have died from blows to the head. Fearing his muskrat traps would be confiscated by police, the hunter didn't report the body. It was two days later when a college student found the body, that the police started on the case of "America's Unknown Child." It immediately attracted the media's attention, and flyers of the boy were seen throughout Pennsylvania.

Although police received thousands of leads, they were never able to uncover the identity of the young boy. They tried tracing back the JC Penney box and checking the boy's fingerprints, but everything led to a dead end. However, there were two promising leads of note. One lead involved a foster home located 1.5 miles away.

A medical examiner, who pursued the case until his death, had a psychic lead him to the foster home, where he found a bassinet similar to the one that was sold in the box. Hanging on the clothesline were blankets much like the one wrapped around the boy. He believed the boy belonged to the stepdaughter of the man who ran the home, and she didn't want to be found as an unwed mother. Police interviewed the couple, but closed the investigation.


In 2003, they opened the case again when interviewing a woman identified as "M" who claimed her abusive mother bought the child back in 1954. According to her, her mother killed the boy in a fit of rage. Because "M" was mentally unstable, the investigation was closed as well, leaving the boy to remain "America's Unknown Child."       

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Guys i been really stick for a while in this kind of histories about mysterious abductions cases or mysterious disappearance and deaths. I've been very scared about what people or mysterious things can do.


If you know something about a history let us know...I will be sharing some cases i been looking for this days...share yours


I love how these stories aren't scary until u go to bed.

At least for me


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Madeleine McCan Case




Madeleine was on holiday from the UK with her parents, Kate and Gerry McCann, her younger twin siblings, and a group of family friends and their children. She and the twins had been left asleep at 20:30 in the ground-floor apartment, while the McCanns and friends dined in a restaurant 50 metres (160 ft) away.[4] The parents checked on the children throughout the evening, until Madeleine's mother discovered she was missing at 22:00. At first the Portuguese police seemed to accept that it was an abduction, but after misinterpreting a British DNA analysis came to believe that Madeleine had died in the apartment, which placed a cloud of suspicion over her parents.[5] The McCanns were declared arguidos (suspects) in September 2007, but were cleared in July 2008 when Portugal's attorney-general closed the case.


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This case is pretty sad for me :crying2: i think their fathers may have something with her 'disappearance'...but..i think she's death so :crying2:

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Johny Gosch 


On September 5, 1982, Johnny Gosch was abducted while doing his Sunday morning paper route, for the Des Moines Register. This day began a 23 year search for Johnny, and the truth. Johnny's abduction was not by chance. Evidence indicates Johnny's picture was shown to several people the night before, as the child they would abduct in the morning

In 1989, Paul Bonacci provided his attorney, John DeCamp, with information indicating he had participated in the abduction of a Des Moines, Iowa paper boy. This paper boy was Johnny Gosch. Bonacci's testimony provided a great deal of information about Johnny and his case, however local authorities refuse to interview him, questioning his credibility.


According to numerous reports by Paul Bonacci, Michael LaVey (son of Anton LaVey), and Johnny Gosch himself, Johnny was taken by a highly organized, very corporate global pedophile/pornography ring. Evidence links this same porno/pedophile ring to the 80's 'congressional call boy scandal', money laundering, drug running, illegal arms deals and more.Like so many others, before and since, Johnny was subjected to severe trauma and torture of a satanic and sexual nature, in order to intentionally destroy the conscious personality.... brainwashing. This intentional application of trauma is a systematic procedure used to control these victims, in order to use them in sexual slavery, pornography and more.In February 1999, in Federal Court testimony in Omaha Nebraska, Noreen Gosch testified that Johnny Gosch came to see her in 1997, providing information about his experience, asking for his mother's help and pleading for her to not reveal his visit. Johnny is now 36 years old. After years of suffering tremendous torture and pain at the hands of his captors, being used and abused, he and several others escaped. They have been living in hiding under new identities... they fear for their lives.People ask ... why is it necessary for someone to hide and live this way..... It is simple, Johnny can identify many of the people involved and would be a threat to the very people who took him. He is known as the "chameleon". Why? Because he can so completely change his appearance.He would like to be a part of his family once again but it isn't safe. The people who take these children also do a thorough job of brainwashing. Telling these young children that if they try to resume any kind of life with their families.... they will be killed. It is enough of a threat and fear to these young people ....that they do not try to contact their families.Johnny took a chance to come and see his mother for a very short time. He wanted to give her information, in the hope she could bring it out to the public. Information about this network of pedophiles and how they operate. He is very angry about what has happened to him and the years with his family which have been taken from him. Who could blame any of these young people for being angry at the system.


A number of the other victims who Noreen has had the opportunity to know... have given her a lot of information about Johnny and the times they were with him. She was told he would try to calm some of the others when they would be upset and afraid. That would be so like him due to the kind nature he had as a little boy.


The sadness and pain which is felt by Johnny, and for Johnny by his family, is something difficult to describe to others who have not experienced it. People who take children.... Pedophiles are the most dangerous predators on our planet. It is Johnny's hope that one day he can walk as a free man.... free to see his family again without threat of harm to himself and others.

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This have to do with the 'Franklin case' the major big scandal about child prostitution and satanism in USA 

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Please if you can watch the documentary tho is very very interesting and sad 

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