Which Unsolved Mystery Always Freaks You Out?

Unsolved mysteries are interesting, but when they happen in real life, they can be terrifying.


Maybe you’ve heard of the 1982 Chicago Tylenol Murders, where someone switched the powder in a bunch of Tylenol bottles with cyanide. Horrifying.

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Seven people died, and no one knows who could’ve pulled off this atrocious act.

Perhaps you’re fascinated by the fact that over 50 dogs have mysteriously jumped to their deaths from the same spot on Scotland’s Overtoun Bridge since the 1960s.

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Or maybe you know that Agatha Christie disappeared for 11 days in 1926, and when found she claimed she’d been “in a dreamlike state with another person’s identity.”

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Even weirder, she never mentioned her disappearance in her memoir that she wrote years later.

Unsolved mysteries can get quite spooky, so tell us: What’s the creepiest one you know of?


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