History’s Greatest Unsolved Mysteries

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There are a lot of things in the world’s history that simply can’t be explained. Here are the greatest of all time.
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Mary Celeste

The Mary Celeste was an American merchant ship found adrift in the ocean in 1872. The boat was fully stocked, but the lifeboats were missing and the crew was never seen again.
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Dancing Plague

In July of 1518, nearly 400 people began dancing in the streets of Strasbourg. Many died of heatstroke or heart attack and experts never figured out if was a health issue or a social movement.
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Loch Ness Monster

Many people have claimed to have seen the Loch Ness Monster, but not definitive proof has ever been found.
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Mohenjo Daro

Why this ancient city was destoryed is still one of history’s greatest mysteries. There are meany theories, but none have ever been proved.
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Jack the Ripper

This notorious serial killer worked during the 1800s in London and his true identity remains a mystery to this day.
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Amelia Earhart

Earhart attempted to fly her plane across the Pacific Ocean, but was lost. Her plane was never recovered and she was never seen again.
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Stonehenge

This collection of huge rocks in England is theorized to be both the work of humans and the work of nature. Either way, no one has ever figured out why it’s there.
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Area 51

Located in Nevada, this site is thought to be a crash place to UFOs and many people think there are aliens there too.
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Bermuda Triangle

This area of the Atlantic Ocean is also called the Devil’s Triangle and a vareity of ships have been lost there and never found.
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Shroud of Turin

This cloth looks to bear the image of a man and some people think it was the burial shroud of Jesus. Despite extensive testing, the purpose of the cloth is not known.
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