Have you ever read about a true mystery that stuck with you long after you had learned about it?
Reddit user recently u/Apart-Scaleasked, "What historical mystery is unlikely to ever be solved?"
Here are the ones that are definitely bugging me right now:
1."Whatever happened to the Sodder children?"
2."One of Australia's prime ministers just disappeared when he went for a swim in the ocean, so probably that."
3."The missing minutes of the Watergate tapes. What happened during that time?!"
4."Whether Frank Morris, John Anglin, and his brother Clarence Anglin survived their escape from Alcatraz Federal Prison."
5."The murder of Olof Palme."
6."What Pope Leo said to Attila the Hun."
7."I want it to be solved, but it's seemingly more and more unlikely each day: DB Cooper."
8."What happened to the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum paintings?"
9."Mystery of the Somerton Man also known as the Tamám Shud case."
10."The fate of the Mary Celeste's crew."
11."I'd have to say a mystery from where I'm from, New Zealand. It's the disappearance of Kirsa Jensen, a 14-year old who went missing in 1983 while out riding her horse. It's quite significant within a New Zealand context because unsolved disappearances like this simply aren't that common."
12."That damn Amber Room."
13."The missing men of Bermagui, NSW, Australia. Five men disappeared in the 19th century, completely vanished off the face of the planet, with some very confusing things left behind."
14."Who really was the man in the iron mask?"
15."Einstein’s last words. Big lack of foresight there lol."
16."The various dancing plagues between 1374 and 1518."
17."Who put Bella in the Witch Elm?"
18."What information there was in the Library of Alexandria?"
19."The Max Headroom broadcast intrusion."
What's an unsolved mystery that you can't get out of your head? Tell me in the comments!