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Andra världskrigets olösta mysterier

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5 olösta mysterier som förbryllar utredarna och skakat världen

10 Greatest Unsolved Mysteries

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The Unsolved Mystery of Taman Shud

On December 1, 1948 a body was found lying on Adelaide’s Somerton Beach. All the labels were missing from his clothing, he had no identification and his dental records did not match any known person. A piece of paper with the printed words “Tamam Shud” on it was discovered in a secret pocket concealed within the dead man’s trousers. The scrap was traced to a rare edition of a book entitled The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, a code was on the back. The case was never solved.

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Chances are you have not heard of BEKs (Black Eyed Kids) yet. Sightings of them are few and far between but via the internet they are growing in number, and the reports describe close encounters that are not only weird, but also frightening. The stories almost always start with a ring of the doorbell. One, two or more children appear on a ‘victim’s’ doorstep and ask for help: they need to use the toilet, make an urgent phone call or relate another tale of distress. They ask to come in…

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June 1947, SOS message was picked up: “All officers and captain are dead followed by some indecipherable Morse code, and final message "I die." The nearest ship, The Silver Star was soon alongside the Dutch ship and their boarding party found a macabre sight: every member of the crew lay dead, their corpses scattered, their eyes were still open and expressions of terror were on their features. found the radio operator dead, eyes open and teeth bared. no wounds on any of the bodies.

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The solution to one of the greatest mysteries of all time still eludes America’s Federal Bureau of Investigation. On the November 24, 1971, a man in his mid forties and giving the name Dan Cooper (he is also known as DB Cooper due to a ‘press miscommunication’) hijacked a Boeing 727 aircraft and demanded $200,000 in ransom and two parachutes. His claim of having a bomb in his briefcase was verified by an air stewardess.

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