25 Creepy Unsolved Mysteries Finally Solved

Posted by , Updated on May 16, 2017

Have you ever wondered if seemingly impossible to solve mysteries finally got their answer? Today is your lucky day! Here are 25 Creepy Unsolved Mysteries Finally Solved

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The Roanoke Colony

Croatoanhttp://www.history.com

It is believed that the settlers that lived in Roanoke disappeared without a trace, but they actually did leave a small clue. At their colony site, those searching found “Croatan” written on a tree. When the nearby island was checked, European goods were found.

14

Amelia Earhart

Amelia_Earhart_standing_under_nose_of_her_Lockheed_Model_10-E_Electra_smallhttp://www.history.com

She disappeared in 1937 while attempting to fly around the world. Despite her disappearance being covered in mystery, certain remains were found in 1940 on Nikumaroro, an island southwest of Earhart was headed. At first the remains were said to belong to a male castaway, but later the findings were rechecked. It’s possible that the remains found actually belonged to Amelia. 

13

The Bermuda Triangle

Bermuda_Trianglehttp://bigthink.com

The number of ships that went missing in the Bermuda triangle is not much different from the number of ships that go missing in other parts of the ocean. The specific loss in this region is most likely because of the hexagonal wind patterns that can reach high speeds.The stories and tales behind the area made it seem more haunted than it actually is.

12

The Flying Dutchman

The_Flying_Dutchman_by_Charles_Temple_Dixhttp://www.cracked.com

In the early 1700’s, people thought they saw floating ships sailing along the ocean. The ships weren’t actually floating; the people were experiencing a phenomenon known as fata morgana. It is the optical illusion that makes faraway ships look like they’re floating.

11

The Sailing Stones in Death Valley

sailing stoneshttp://abcnews.go.com

These hefty stones move around the valley, leaving dark and deep grooves in the ground. How do they do it? There are tiny little pieces of ice and water inside the rock. when they melt, it gets the rock wet, and the wind can slide the rocks to new places.


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