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Death Ship: The Ourang Medan Mystery

What happened to SS Ourang Medan or “Man from Medan” in Malaysia is perhaps one of the most fascinating and mind-boggling mysteries that ever existed in seafaring history. Everything began with an SOS message in 1947 that mentioned the captain, along with the rest of the crew, was dead. What’s worse, even the telegrapher died during the transmission of the message. When the Silver Star was able to receive the distress call and went to inspect the ship, they confirmed the deaths of all aboard. Speculations of ghosts, hazardous chemicals, and even aliens have been raised, but there is still no conclusion as to what actually happened.

Source: https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2011/11/death-ship-the-ourang-medan-mystery/
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The Voynich Manuscript

The Voynich manuscript was written in a language that men through the centuries have tried to decode to no avail. The only idea anyone has of its origin are the drawings found on various pages.The book has been carbon-dated to the early 15th century (1404–1438), and may have been composed in Northern Italy during the Italian Renaissance. The manuscript is named after Wilfrid Voynich, a Polish book dealer who purchased it in 1912. The pages of the codex are vellum. Some of the pages are missing, but about 240 remain. The text is written from left to right, and most of the pages have illustrations or diagrams. Many people have suggested different theories for deciphering the text, while some believe its just pure nonsense and might be a hoax. Whatever it may be, but to this day the manuscript remains a confusing mystery.

Source: https://edition.cnn.com/2018/06/15/health/voynich-manuscript-mystery/index.html
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Ambrose Bierce The Man Who Vanished into Thin Air.

Author and war hero Ambrose Bierce is probably more famous for his disappearance than his writing. In 1913, Bierce wrote to friends that he was traveling to Mexico “with a pretty definite purpose which is not at present disclosable” then vanished off the face of the earth. The logical explanation is that he ran afoul of soldiers in the Mexican Revolution. However, prior to this trip, Bierce had been researching strange and bizarre disappearances. One such case was that of Charles Ashmore. The story goes that in 1878, Ashmore left the family farmhouse near Quincy, Illinois, to go fetch fresh water from the spring a short distance away. When he did not return his family went in search of the boy. A new snow had just fallen and Charles’ footprints were plainly visible as they went out the back door and started across the yard. His father followed his trail for a short distance but after going about 75 yards, he saw that the trail abruptly ended. Beyond the last footprint was nothing other than smooth, unbroken snow – the boy’s tracks simply came to an end, vanishing without a trace. Bierce theorized that people could fall into dimensional holes and be trapped forever, suspended between life and death. Is this what happened to Bierce? Did he prophesize his own fate? Nobody knows, and to this day his disappearance remains a puzzling mystery.

Source: https://www.historicmysteries.com/disappearance-ambrose-bierce/
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Josh Maddux

In May 2008, 18-year-old Josh Maddux, left his home in Woodland Park, Colorado and was never seen again. His disappearance remained a mystery until seven years later, when a cabin only a quarter-mile from Maddux's residence was about to be demolished ... and a mummified corpse was found inside the chimney, in what appeared to be in a fetal position. The body was eventually identified as that of Josh Maddux. Officially, the coroner ruled Maddux's death accidental, and he came up with a rather horrifying scenario: The young man attempted to slide down the chimney, but wound up getting stuck and died in there.No real explanation was offered for why Maddux would have climbed into the chimney in the first place, but the bigger question was whether it was even physically possible. The cabin's owner insisted that when the chimney was originally built, a heavy steel mesh rebar was installed near the top in order to keep animals out. Was Maddux's desire to get into that damn chimney so intense that he Hulked out and pulled the rebar away?

Source: https://www.denverpost.com/2015/10/19/chimney-discovery-ends-mystery-over-young-mans-disappearance-but-questions-remain/
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Shepherd’s Monument Mystery

In Staffordshire, England, there is a sculpture that has invited the wits and intellect of many intellectuals in an attempt to decode an inscription reading DOUOSVAVVM. Although the Shepherd’s Monument was constructed back in the 18th century, the letters found therein were never solved, even 250 years after it was completed.

Source: http://www.ancientpages.com/2018/09/29/shepherds-monument-mystery-yet-another-undeciphered-inscription/
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The Mysteries Behind Florida’s Coral Castle

The Coral Castle is an immense collection of intricately carved limestone formed from coral. These megalithic structures take on many shapes, some have even been constructed as rooms with doors created from mammoth pieces of limestone that can be opened by the single push of a finger. It is the mysterious work of a Latvian American emigrant named Edward Leedskalnin.First arriving in New York City, he moved to the Pacific Northwest to find work in the lumber industry. There he worked as an ax-handle manufacturer in Reedsport, Oregon. In the winter of 1922, Edward contracted tuberculosis which was aggravated by the cold damp Oregon weather. Edward then moved to Florida to seek out a more curative, warmer climate. He purchased an undeveloped piece of land in Florida City which is located in Miami-Dade County. There Edward began construction of what he called “Rock Gate”, a massive structure that took him over 20 years to construct. He worked mostly at night, carving over 1,100 tons of oolite limestone into what would eventually be called the Coral Castle. Once completed, he dedicated the structure to the girl who many years prior had broken his heart. He used crude tools made from salvaged lumber and automobile parts to move and carve mammoth blocks of stone. Working at night and under low-light, he kept most of his construction methods a mystery. Some believe Edward used a type of reverse magnetism to lift the stones and move them into place. Others believe he was endowed with supernatural powers given to him by some other worldly source. How else could have moved such heavy stones into position by himself, then place them perfectly atop one and other where they remained for decades without the aid of mortar or concrete?

Source: http://www.the13thfloor.tv/2017/04/18/the-mysteries-behind-floridas-coral-castle/
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The Mackenzie Poltergeist in Greyfriars

The Mackenzie Poltergeist is one of the most famous attractions when taking the City of the Dead tour within the Greyfriars Kirkyard in Edinburgh as people who join the tour experience bruises, scratches, and some even faint as they enter and see the Black Mausoleum where Sir George Mackenzie lies. Is it all for show? Maybe there’s only one way to find out…

Source: https://mysteriousfacts.com/mackenzie-poltergeist-haunts-greyfriars-kirkyard/