Category: Historical Mysteries

The bizarre story of the Butcher Of Berlin

Karl Grossman already had a long criminal history of violence, bestiality, and child molestation by the time he rented a filthy apartment in the slums of Berlin in the 1920s. Neighbors often heard screaming coming from his rooms, but this…
The Vampire of New Orleans, Jacques Saint Germain

Records indicate that the man known as the Comte de Saint Germain was born in the late 1600s/early 1700s, but reports by other well-known figures in history have told of a similar man that can be traced back to the…
The mysterious disappearance of Ludwig Leichhardt

Ludwig Leichhardt was a 19th-century naturalist born in Prussia who spent the last years of his life traveling and studying the Australian inland. In 1848, Leichhardt set out on an ambitious trek from the eastern to the western coast of…
The Mystery of the Veil of Veronica

The TURIN SHROUD is not the only ancient artefact purporting to show a mysterious imprint of Christ’s features. Christian legend tells of a fabled, linen veil which also inexplicably shows the face of Jesus. It is a cloth said to…
The strange mystery of the Pyramids

Pyramids are much older than we realize, they are in fact left over from a previous age. They have been reused in interesting ways. When you compare what you find in different parts of the world it appears that most…
Is the Voynich manuscript a hoax?

The 15th century cryptic work has baffled scholars, cryptographers and codebreakers. So far, no one has been able to read a single letter of the script or any word of the text. An ancient book that has baffled experts for…
Lost Treasure – lost city of paititi

Most people have heard the story of El Dorado, a city full of gold lost somewhere in the rainforests of South America. In fact, El Dorado is actually a legend about a Muisca Chieftain (the Golden One) who would cover…
The unexplained disappearance of Ludwig Leichhardt

Strange adventure When Ludwig Leichhardt arrived in 1842, Australia had been thoroughly explored only along its southern fringes. There were no great river systems, as in North and South America, to lead explorers into the dry, harsh interior. Few men…