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  • a shockwave circles the world, leaving its mark on seismographs everywhere, but no one can understand where it has come from.

  • Welcome to watch mojo and today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 creepy mysteries that were eventually solved.

  • Police agencies around the world are circulating photos of luka Magnotta for this list.

  • We're looking at some popular mysteries that kept the world guessing and creeped out until they were eventually solved.

  • What do you make of the answers?

  • Let us know in the comments below Number 10.

  • The face on Mars was there once an advanced civilization on Mars.

  • Some of the features on the planet's surface definitely make you wonder.

  • This is one of the most popular space images of all time taken by the viking orbiters back in the mid seventies, The picture depicts the Sedona region of MArs.

  • People immediately noticed that one of the features bore a striking resemblance to a human face.

  • Or maybe one of those old school hockey masks.

  • Everything is proportional.

  • If the face is a mile and a half, two miles along the eyes, a quarter mile, he knows about a half a mile.

  • So it's not small structure.

  • It's very large structure, speculation immediately flew to aliens or some kind of human habitation on the supposedly barren planet.

  • But now the answer is much more boring, turns out this was just an optical illusion.

  • The result of lighting angle and a low resolution picture.

  • More recent and much better photos have been taken of the same location and they reveal nothing but a boring hill with face like characteristics.

  • No nine.

  • The trunk of bones.

  • A longtime resident moves away and leaves behind some of his belongings included is an old locked trunk in a shed back in 1993 unsolved mysteries aired.

  • A well a mystery about some old bones.

  • Let's just see what's in here.

  • No telling what we'll find out, we'll find much of anything.

  • Uh goodness.

  • In 1986 john Morris gave his friend Newel Sessions an old steamer trunk.

  • Inside the trunk was a human skeleton and the skull was found to contain a bullet.

  • X rays revealed a bullet was lodged in the skeleton's skull.

  • Now it seemed that the sheriff had a murder on his hands.

  • A police investigation was launched and Morris claimed to have no knowledge of what was inside the trunk as he never actually opened it before, investigators could probe Morris further.

  • He took his own life.

  • The case remained cold until 2017 when D.

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  • Identified the remains as belonging to one joseph Mulvaney.

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  • Test was conducted with the help of mulvaneys descendant who believes that Mulvaney was killed by john Morris number eight.

  • The Tunguska event in the early morning of june 30th 1908.

  • A remote area of Russia was hit with a massive and mysterious blast in one hour.

  • The explosion and the great fire that followed destroy a region of forest the size of greater London.

  • People who observed that thought the end of the world had come judgment day, divine intervention.

  • This blast completely leveled over 800 square miles of forest and flattened 80 million trees.

  • No source could be found for the explosion.

  • So no one knew what exactly happened.

  • It's an event and it's a mystery that would take 100 and five years of research.

  • Before we could finally write the words the end.

  • Thousands of scientific papers have been written about the incident and the area has been studied for decades with many trying to crack the bizarre case.

  • It is now generally agreed that a 200 ft meteor traveling 60,000 MPH exploded in midair over the area, resulting in what's called a meteor airburst.

  • This airburst then leveled everything below the Meteors detonation site.

  • If it was a meteorite and the earth had turned a bit further, it would have destroyed ST Petersburg an hour later, it would have destroyed Helsinki one hour later, Stockholm.

  • And after that Oslo number seven, the death of Ryan stallings.

  • Patricia stallings brought her sick baby Ryan to the hospital.

  • The doctors found what they thought was ethylene glycol in the baby's blood, leading them to conclude that he had been poisoned.

  • He recovered.

  • But Patricia was suspected of the poisoning and Ryan was sent to live elsewhere and I was just, I was devastated.

  • I was blown away.

  • I just could not believe that they could even think, I mean Ryan was my world.

  • Following a future visit, Ryan fell sick again and died.

  • Patricia was again blamed for poisoning Ryan and charged with homicide.

  • His mother Patty was now charged with first degree murder and held without bail.

  • She was not allowed to attend Ryan's funeral.

  • She later gave birth to another son and he exhibited the same symptoms.

  • It was later found that both Children suffered from a disorder called methyl melodic Asadi mia.

  • An acidic byproduct of the disorder can be mistaken for ethylene glycol.

  • It would be very simple to confuse the diagnosis of MMA with multiple poisonings because the symptoms are very similar.

  • Patricia was released from prison and successfully sued the lab that tested Ryan's blood.

  • Number six Stonehenge.

  • The awe inspiring stone circle is an enduring mystery despite centuries of intense scrutiny.

  • One of humanity's greatest marvels, Stonehenge has been standing for thousands of years.

  • The widely accepted theory is that the Stonehenge landscape was a large cemetery, a place to bury and worship the dead, but where exactly did the giant stones come from?

  • They're all pretty much symmetrical, 13 ft high, seven ft across and each weighing 25 tons, experts have been trying to crack the case for hundreds of years.

  • Some will have you believe that it was aliens.

  • But no, it was really just the nearby woods.

  • In 2019.

  • Researchers were able to do tests on a small area of extracted stone and sourced to the nearby Westwood's in Wiltshire?

  • The location has finally been pinned down, but one tantalizing question remains, how did they drag these 25 ton boulders 15 miles to the south.

  • Clearly some very, very powerful people around at that time.

  • Being able to control resources, control the labor force to create some of the largest monument number five.

  • The centennial olympic park criminal north Carolina Crown zero for the largest, most expensive fugitive search in United States history on july 27th 1996 Atlanta's centennial Olympic park was bombed during the summer olympic games.

  • The blast injured hundreds.

  • But thanks to the heroic efforts of security guard, Richard jewel direct deaths were limited to two people.

  • Jewel himself was initially pegged as the culprit, but he was eventually cleared and the case remained a mystery for several years.

  • The FBI was eventually led to a man named eric Rudolph who had committed various other bombings across the american South Rudolph was finally arrested in 2003 and pleaded guilty to all charges.

  • He was given four life sentences and is currently held in a Supermax prison in colorado.

  • He had one live bomb and £250 of explosives buried in the mountains here.

  • He agreed to tell the government where it all was in exchange for life sentences number four.

  • The disappearance of Jamal Cashaw key trump Administration touched off a new storm of criticism over the killing of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi the U.

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  • Has sanctioned some Saudis in response but the Crown Prince has yet to face any punishment.

  • The case of journalist Jamal Cash talk.

  • She was all over the news in the fall of 2018.

  • On october 2nd of that year, she went missing While visiting the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.

  • At the time she was living in exile as he was penning scathing articles that criticized the Saudi Arabian rulers and I think his knowledge of the regime added credibility to his profession as a journalist.

  • When he spoke out while his fate remained a mystery for weeks, most people had a good idea what happened.

  • She was killed inside the consulate.

  • It was eventually revealed that she did indeed die inside the building.

  • And on October 25, Saudi Arabia's attorney General admitted that it was a premeditated homicide.

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  • A later concluded that she was assassinated on the orders of Saudi Arabia's crown prince Mohammed bin Salman.

  • There was credible evidence that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and other Saudi senior officials were liable for the killing number three.

  • The death of jun lin.

  • His mother still worried about him living in a big foreign city.

  • So he walked the streets with his cellphone and stream images back to earth.

  • His message to her and their daily conversations was always the same.

  • Don't worry.

  • He told her I'm safe.

  • One of the most notorious videos in the history of the internet was uploaded on May 25th 2012 titled One lunatic one Ice pick It depicts an asian male getting killed and dismembered by an unidentified figure.

  • So you could see that clearly the murder happened on the bed.

  • Various body parts were then sent to schools and federal offices across Canada and these remains were linked to the man who was killed in the video.

  • The case made international headlines and remained a mystery for several days, but investigators quickly traced the grisly homicide to a man named luka Magnotta who had already fled the country.

  • An international manhunt ensued and man was finally captured in Berlin on june 4th about a week and a half after uploading the infamous video number two, the collapse of the Maya civilization.

  • The largest and most sophisticated pre Columbian civilization of the Americas.

  • The Maya flourished for thousands of years.

  • They mastered mathematics and astronomy, perfected the first written language of the Western hemisphere and produced stunning works of art.

  • The civilization entered its so called classic period in the year 250 this lasted until 900.

  • It was around then that the entire political system collapsed and the Maya abandoned their most important cities to move north.

  • With this, the Maya civilization entered what is called its post class Period.

  • So what the heck happened?

  • It's a mystery that has plagued historians for years.

  • The answer was finally found in the 21st century.

  • It turns out the Maya were so overpopulated that they damaged the environment and created a devastating drought.

  • The extreme intensity of these droughts was disastrous, Making a carefully managed response.

  • Their only hope with their agriculture thoroughly destroyed, the Maya were forced to abandon their most populous cities Today.

  • The empty jungles of the yucatan serve as a reminder that even great city can fail.

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  • Number one, the vampire clan, One of the creepiest episodes of unsolved mysteries involves Rod Ferrell and his so called vampire clan.

  • Farrell and his clan reportedly like to play vampire at various places around town.

  • One favorite hangout was an abandoned building they called the vampire hotel.

  • In november of 1996 Jennifer Wendorf found her parents beaten to death inside their florida home.

  • The case went unsolved for weeks, although police immediately suspected Farrell in the killing as he was close to the Wendorf other daughter, Heather Farrell was the leader of a Kentucky cult centered around vampirism and allegedly had prospective members drink his blood in order to join that he would cut his arm and let others suck his blood as sort of some kind of ritualistic they call it, being embraced, embraced into the family.

  • The grandmother of a member helped police apprehend the cult and both feral and a man named scott Anderson were found responsible for the Wendorf deaths and given life sentences.

  • While the couple's daughter, Heather was arrested along with Pharrell, Howard Scott Anderson, dana cooper and charity Keesee, all who were sent to prison.

  • A grand jury believed Heather was unaware of the murder plot and she was not tried.

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