On a November night in 1987, two Chicago stations were hijacked by a man wearing a Max Headroom mask. Despite occurring over 30 years ago, the culprits behind the broadcast signal intrusion are still unknown
In 2013, Elisa Lam went missing while on vacation in California. Two weeks after her disappearance a video surfaced of her acting strangely in a hotel elevator. A few days later, she was found dead in a hotel water tank.
In 1955, the 14 year old Emmett Till, from Chicago, was visiting some relatives in Mississippi when he was brutally murdered. His funeral would become a powerful symbol in the Civil Rights Movement.
Two of the most infamous outlaws are the duo that took over the Depression, Bonnie and Clyde. They were known for their robberies and murders, yet people throughout history have had a hard time hating the couple.
In November of 1971, a man under the alias Dan Cooper hijacked a plane and jumped out carrying $200,000 shortly after. The true identity of Dan Cooper, known to the media as D.B. Cooper, is still unknown, making this the only unsolved hijacking case in FBI history.
In 1590, English settlers' attempts to colonize the New World were put on hold when an entire colony mysteriously disappeared with the only trace being the word "Croatoan" carved into a tree.
During the Chicago World's Fair of 1893, Dr. H. H. Holmes constructed what would later be known as the "Murder Castle," a hotel and pharmacy that was constructed with numerous monstrosities that aided Holmes in becoming one of the first serial killers in America.
New Mexico's Sunspot Solar Observatory has been making news lately as nearby towns have been evacuated for undisclosed reasons and local officials also seem to be in the dark.