- In 2007, Andrew Gosden, who was described by teachers as both a math and computer genius, disappeared after leaving his home Doncaster, UK.
- Andrew was last seen in the King’s Cross train station in London, having bought a single ticket even though a return ticket would have only cost 50p more.
Unsolved mysteries – stories from real life
1. something that is difficult or impossible to understand or explain.
2. a novel, play, or film dealing with a puzzling crime, especially a murder.
Unsolved Mysteries and crimes. Cold Cases and Missing People. Everyone loves mysteries - it is a safe thrill, like roller coasters when you were a kid; And a safe adventure, as well.
- The body of a 4-year-old French boy was found in the river, with feet and hands bound
- An unknown man took the responsibility for the killing and taunted the parents with letters and phone calls for four agonizing years
16-year-old Don Henry and a year older Kevin Ives were best mates. They went to high school and did everything together. In the early hours of August 23rd, 1987, they also died together. The driver of a 6000-ton cargo train noticed two bodies lying side by side, in straight lines, on the tracks. He honked, but it was impossible to stop the train this late. After running them over, the weight of the heavy train carried it for another mile, despite the emergency stop.
What looked like a horrible tragedy turned out to be a haunting mystery.
January 26, 1966. A hot summer day in Australia. Three siblings Jane, Grant, and Arnna Beaumont decided to take a five-minute journey from their home to a beautiful Glenelg beach in Southern Australia. Jane, who was 9-year-old at the time and the eldest of three, was considered mature enough to take care of 7-year-old Arnna and 4-year-old Grant. They had taken a similar trip before. At that time, in Australian society, it was considered to be safe and acceptable by all standards.
The children left home at 10 am, took a bus and made it safely to the seaside and were supposed to return by 2 pm, but never made it back.
The huge attention given by the media for the disappearance of children created one of the largest police investigations in Australian history and remains one of most infamous cold cases to this day. It also changed the way parents supervise their children on a daily basis.