17 Scary Wikipedia Stories About Lakes, Oceans, And Other Bodies Of Water That Are For Mature Audiences Only

    Swimming is scary and this will make it worse.

    Warning: Some images in this post are potentially disturbing. Continue at your own risk.

    1. The Salish Sea human foot discoveries.

    2. The Murder of Helle Crafts whose chopped up remains were found in a lake.

    3. Roopkund or "Skeleton Lake" where you can see hundreds of human skeleton remains.

    4. The Lake Bodom murders, one of the most infamous unsolved homicide cases in Finnish criminal history.

    5. The Disappearance of Rebecca Coriam who was a crewmember on the cruise ship Disney Wonder.

    6. The disappearance of Andrew McAuley whose distress calls were later found on a recovered memory stick.

    7. The Lady in the Lake trial about a woman whose body was discovered by amateur divers at the bottom of a lake.

    8. Bog body — a human cadaver that has been naturally mummified in a peat bog.

    9. The Lake Nyos disaster that killed almost 2,000 people.

    10. The Lava Lake murders, one of the oldest unsolved murder cases on Oregon's history.

    11. The Diving bell spider — a species of spider that lives almost entirely under water.

    12. Little Miss Lake Panasoffkee, an unidentified young woman found murdered in Florida.

    13. The MV Joyita, a ship whose crew mysteriously disappeared.

    14. The Abyssal zone, the part of the ocean that remains in perpetual darkness.

    15. The sinking of the U.S.S. Indianapolis that left crew members floating alone in the ocean...with sharks.

    16. Oba Chandler — a murderer who threw his victims into the water while still alive.

    17. And finally, the List of Bermuda Triangle incidents — there are so many!