Would be great that those individuals who are guilty of terrible crimes get what. And to some extent—between all of our judges, juries, police, lawyers & legal systems—they do.
But there have been a lot of instances in history when, for some strange reasons, an unforgivable crime has gone unsolved. These 19 cases, however, are the most deplorable, disgusting, and unforgiving crimes committed…
Still they remain unsolved.
1. The Axeman of New Orleans.
Active in New Orleans and some surrounding locations, this serial killer committed his crimes between May 1918 and October 1919, but there were similar murders as early as 1911. He was never caught or identified, but on March 13, 1919, a letter to “Esteemed Mortal” that was supposedly written by the Axeman was published in several New Orleans newspapers. It began with this chilling message: “They have never caught me and they never will. They have never seen me, for I am invisible, even as the ether that surrounds your earth. I am not a human being, but a spirit and a demon from the hottest of hells. I am what you Orleanians and your upstart police call the ‘Axeman.’”
2. The Black Dahlia Murder.
The stark naked body of Elizabeth Short was found in two sections on the morning of January 15, 1947, in an empty block on the west side of South Norton Avenue in Leimert Park, Los Angeles. USA. The crime remains unsolved despite assessing numerous suspects.
3. The Boy in the Box.
On February 25, 1957, the body of a 4-to-6-year-old boy was found in the Pennsylvania woodlands, wrapped in a plaid blanket and stuffed in a cardboard box. The boy was never identified.
4. The 2001 Anthrax Attacks.
Beginning on September 18, 2001, 7 days after the September 11 attack on the World Trade Centre, letters containing anthrax spores were received by two U.S. senators and several media outlets, injuring 17 people and killing five. The FBI called the investigation that followed “one of the extended and most complex in the history of law enforcement.”
5. The Keddie Murders.
In 1981 in Keddie, California, USA three members of the Sharp family, as well as one of their family friends, were brutally bludgeoned to death with hammers, with one repeatedly stabbed. Whoever attacked them bound them with medical tape.
6. The Highway of Tears Murders.
Around 1969 to 2011, along the 450-mile section of Highway 16 between Prince George and Prince Rupert in British Columbia, Canada, 18 women—mostly teenagers of aboriginal descent—were murdered or went missing.
7. The Children Who Went Up In Smoke.
The house of husband and wife George and Jennie Sodder was destroyed in a fire late on Christmas Eve in 1945 in Fayetteville, West Virginia. USA. George, Jennie, and four of their five children survived, but they never found the bodies of their other five children. For the rest of their lives, the Sodders believed that the missing children were perhaps still living.
8. The Death of Elisa Lam.
On February 19, 2013, The body of 21-year-old Canadian student Elisa Lam was recovered from a water supply tank on top of the Cecil Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles. USA. Guests had been complaining about the water supply, so when maintenance workers investigated the issue, they discovered the body. She had been reported missing since the beginning of that month.
9. The Dyatlov Incident.
On February 2, 1959, in the Northern Ural Mountains, a team of nine experienced ski hikers set up camp for the night. According to investigators, they later tore their tents from the inside and fled, including many who were barefoot, even in the heavy snow. Apparently, they were trying to escape some immediate threat, as there were signs of struggle. The chronology of the events is unclear, as there were no survivors.
10. The Tamam Shud Case.
On December 1, 1948 near Somerton beach south of Adelaide in South Australia, an unidentified male corpse was found;. The phrase “Tamam Shud” (“finished” or “ended” in Persian) was printed on a small piece of paper in one of the man’s pockets.
11. The Hinterkaifeck Farmstead Murders.
Six people living on a small farmstead in the town of Hinterkaifeck (43 miles North of Munich, Germany) were murdered savagely with a mattock during the evening of March 31, 1922.
12. The Disappearance of Amy Lynn Bradley.
Late in March of 1998, the 23-year-old went missing during a cruise on the Royal Caribbean International cruise ship, Rhapsody of the Seas. Although there were purported sightings of Bradley in 1998 and 1999, she is still listed as missing.
13. The Lake Bodom Murders.
Four teenagers were camped on the shores of Lake Bodom in Finland on June 5, 1960, when an unknown group or individual murdered three of them with a knife and blunt instrument. Though the fourth lad, Nils Wilhelm Gustafsson, survived the vicious murder attack and lead an apparently relatively normal life, he became a suspect in 2004. All charges were dropped in 2005.
14. Bear Brook Murders (The Allenstown Four).
Between 1985 and 2000, four unknown murder victims were found in Bear Brook State Park in Allenstown, New Hampshire.USA. All of the victims were either partially or completely skeletonized and believed to have died between 1977 and 1985.
Last seen alive on May 17, 1953 in Isojoki, Finland, Kyllikki Saari was on her bicycle riding home from a prayer meeting when she was apparently attacked. The murderer was never found, even though the event received significant media attention. Her remains were discovered in a bog on October 11, 1953. Later that summer, her bicycle was found in a marshy area close by.
In May 2007, while her parents were eating next door, 3-year-old Madeline McCann vanished from her hotel room. This was initially deemed an abduction until an incorrect DNA test stated that the girl died in the hotel room. The abduction case reopened in the year 2008.
Between 1979 and 1986, this rapist and murderer killed at least 10 people in Southern California. USA. He phoned his victims years later, saying terrifying things like “Merry Christmas, it’s me again!” before hanging up.
Six members of the Moore family and two house guests were found bludgeoned viciously to death in 1912 in Villisca, Iowa USA. with traumatic & severe head wounds from an axe. Though there were several suspects, including one individual who was tried twice and acquitted, the murderer has never been identified.
Charles Rogers disappeared in June 1965 after police discovered the dismembered bodies of his elderly parents in the refrigerator of the Houston house they shared. The media named the crime “The Icebox Murders,” and Rogers was declared dead in absentia in July 1975. He remains the only suspect, and has never been found.
These weird cases still are unsolved to this very day. Some of the killers may even still be out there… waiting to strike again! Or are still striking victims
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