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Many who disappear are eventually declared dead in absentia, but the circumstances and dates of their deaths remain a mystery. Some of these people were

Many who disappear are eventually declared dead in absentia, but the circumstances and dates of their deaths remain a mystery. Some of these people were

7 Unexplained Mysteries Of The National Parks - YouTube

The United States National Park System has over 84 million acres of woods, mountains, deserts, and preserved wilderness, making it a prime place for mysterio...

Researchers have discovered the largest virus ever, and they've given it a terrifying name: Pandoravirus. Pandoraviruses were discovered lurking in the mud of Chile and Australia, half a world apart. This new family of virus lives underwater and doesn't pose a major threat to human health.

The Pandoravirus is so big you can see it in an ordinary microscope. Scientists say its size may have helped fool amoebas and other potential hosts into eating it. But this virus doesn't pose a threat to humans. It's more of a Trojan virus than a surprise from Pandora's Box.

The story begins on April 18, 1943, as four boys - Thomas Willetts, Bob Farmer, Robert Hart and Fred Payne were out poaching in Hagley Woods, located near Wychbury Hill. It was wartime, and with rationing making food a little short, the boys supplemented their daily meals with animals caught in the woodlands. It was a regular exercise for the four friends, and the day was no different to any other. With dogs leading the way, the boys entered the woods in the hopes of returning home with a good c

Who put Bella in the Witch Elm? Unsolved Mysteries "Who put Bella in the Witch Elm" is a piece of graffito painted onto the side of...