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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Belmez Faces

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In Spain, during a home restoration, face drawings were found on the floor, with no sign of paint or ink. This mystery was dubbed the most important paranormal phenomenon of the 20th century. In reality, the previous homeowner used an oxidizing agent with dark colored ashes (soot) to create the drawings.

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Loch Ness Monster

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The photographer who originally took the photos admitted that the creature is not real, and the whole thing was a hoax. Mystery solved. 

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Romanov Massacre

The_Romanovs_1913http://www.medicalbag.com

The survival of the youngest daughter, Anastasia has always been a mystery. Her remains were not found with the rest of her family. Unfortunately in 2007, her body was found and DNA confirmed it to be her; it was found 200 feet from where the rest of her family was buried.

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Auras

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Aura photography was fascinating to the public, but they never understood how the magic glow worked. Aura photography hits a person with electricity, ionizing the air around them, and if the air contains any water it emits a color. Most often this water is sweat.

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Human Magnetism

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Humans cannot physically attract and stick things to their body. If things do happen to stick, it’s because of sweat and body oils.

 

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