The “Mysterious” Criminal Case that Until now has not been solved!

It is OK to rely on the security apparatus, but many things in the world are sometimes too complicated to understand. In the midst of an era of rapid technological advances, there are still cases of criminals that can not be solved, even cases from decades ago.

1. Shud Park

The case of Taman Shud or also known as Somerton’s Mystery is an unsolved case to this day. This began when an unidentified man was found on Somerton Beach, Adelaide, Australia at 6:30 am local time. Oddly, there are no cards and signs that indicate the identity of the man. Only half a cigarette was sucked in his pocket and a number of other things. The most prominent thing is the paper that is twisted tight and hidden in the pocket of his pants. The paper reads “Taman Shud” which in Persian means “finished”.

The paper turned out to be the last tear from the Persian poetry book Rubaiyat. The Taman Shud case has evoked many conspiracy theories that the man was a spy during the Cold War. Moreover, the coroner test indicated he was poisoned.

2. The Original Night Stalker or East Area Rapist

The Original Night Stalker is the name given to serial killers and rapists who have killed more than 10 people in Southern California from 1979 to 1986. The perpetrator was also detected in East Sacramento when more than 50 women were sexually abused from 1976 until 1979. The perpetrator is still unknown is then given the nickname The East Area Rapist. In 2001, cases of rape in Northern California were also linked to the same murder case in Southern California.

The Original Night Stalker or East Area Rapist never found a real identity. Some have been proven innocent and until now no one has been able to uncover the original identity of the perpetrator.

3. The Children Who Went Up in Smoke

On Christmas Eve 1945, the house of the Sodder family suffered a fire. Four of the nine children in the room could run out of the house with their parents, but five children were trapped inside and allegedly burned to death.

The next day, no bones or human traces were burned in the ruins of the Sodder family’s house. Various investigations and allegations have been made while they were abducted or killed when they left home in the event of a fire. Mr. and Mrs. Sodder even put up posters to find their five children in exchange for some money.

4. Madeleine McCann’s disappearance

In May 2007, the three-year-old Madeleine McCann disappeared from her hotel room in Portugal when her parents had dinner at a bar near their hotel. The case was reopened in 2008 and until now still has not found a way out.

5. The killing of Bodom Lake

Bodom Lake is a place in Finland that is adjacent to the City of Espoo. In the early hours of June 6, 1960, four teenagers were camping on the shore of Lake Bodom, when the four teens were brutally attacked. The incident occurred between 04:00 and 06:00 local time and a mysterious man had killed three teenagers with a knife and other blunt weapons blindly.

The incident is still unsolved, although a survivor of those suspects in 2004, Nils Wilhelm Gustafsson. Investigators found evidence of DNA and claimed to belong to Wilhelm. But in October 2005, Wilhelm’s trial was suspended and he was found not guilty by a local court.

6. Kyllikki Saari’s murder

Saari was last seen on May 17, 1953. He was allegedly attacked by an unknown person while on a bicycle heading home after returning from worship. Saari’s body was discovered on October 11, 1953 in a muddy dirt area.

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