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There's a Discovery Channel show where an NYPD cold-case detective seems to argue pretty conclusively that it was another guy, James Kelly.
Some facts that didn't appear in the video.
1. She possibly was running away from law enforcement. People have mentioned that she may have transfered from West Point because she was caught using other people's credit card information without their permission... and that this activity was continuing at UMass.
2. When her car was found, it had a rag from Maura's emergency kit stuffed into the tailpipe. Possible suicide attempt?
3. She took down her posters and boxed up all of her stuff before leaving her dorm. Although, some people think that she may not have unpacked her belongings after returning from Christmas break.
I think there's a good chance she may be alive and well in Canada.
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Should have called Harry Stamper.
Ever get the feeling you've been cheated?
There was a similar thread on reddit a while back. Some great stuff in there. Don't look unless you have a good long time to do some reading. 7k+ replies and a fuck ton of wiki entries.
Give me obscure, small town stuff too. *Keep them coming! I solved all but one, I'll post the solutions soon. **I just wasted my entire evening, ...
For the love of Trevor...™
A little closer to home, I’d like to know what exactly happened on that boating trip Lana Stempien and Chuck Rutherford took on Lake Huron seveal years ago.
I read another book about him being Jack too. I am trying to find it. It was also pretty good.
It doesn't "appear" to be hollow. Certain people claim it is hollow based on comments such as astronaughts saying it "rang like a bell." Statements like these were misinterpreted by the public. People also claim that because meteor impacts only go so deep, regardless of the size of the impact, that there must be a thick shell of a very strong material. I'm not sure there is a ton of good evidence supporting the idea that it is hollow, but there also isn't a lot of published information debunking it. I would say it is highly unlikely to be hollow as some of the HMT people believe.
Also, a definition of hollow might be appreciated. What is the ratio of empty space to shell to be classified as hollow. Potentially there could be a cavity in the moon (still interesting) but it doesn't carry the same implications.
Just spent an hour on the reddit thread. Have 1k more posts to sort through and about 200 links. I don't know whether to thank y'all or be pissed.
IIRC, there's a solid core at the center of the moon, but I'll have to do more research.
Part of the issue is that no government cares to spend the billions of dollars required to conclusively prove/disprove any of this. I've heard some things that "sound" right, but you're correct in that that doesn't make them accurate.
Michigan State does not and will not run the 3-4 defense.
Coolest "unsolved" mystery I've encountered is the Coral Castle. I don't believe the guy had any sort of advanced technology like some theories claim, I just think the guy was an absolute genius with Newtonian mechanics.
The most annoying thing about this article is that it leads people to believe there isn't rational explanations for all of this stuff. The article sells itself on "paranormal activity" and "unexplainable phenomenom." Technically these are unsolved mysteries, but you don't need to imply that there isn't rational, highly probable, explanations. The worst cuplrit is the spontaneous combustion one. There is exactly zero evidence for spontaneous combustion, there aren't even any justifiable explanations for it. There are zero documented cases. What there are, is coroners and other investigators that simply say, "I can't figure it out, therefore something 'magical' happened." No... all it means is you couldn't find conclusive evidence to pinpoint the cause. People get cancer, we can't always explain why, that doesn't mean there is some phenomenon called "spontaneous cancer" that causes it.
Here is another murder mystery closer to home....the Good Hart, MI killings of the Robison family.
I stayed with my family up in good Hart where they happened. Puzzling mystery for sure
Yeah arent most of the people in those spontaneous combustion stories smokers ?
I always thought this one was fascinating:
My professors always told me that the moon was completely solid and doesn't have a molten outer core like earth. This would explain the ringing because the sound waves and vibrations won't be distorted and diluted because they dont have to travel through a liquid, molten core. Also, due to not having a liquid outer core, the moons gravitational pull is extremely weak compared to earths and is why it stays in Orbit even though it is abnormaly sized. The moon is also getting farter and farther away from us as well.
Is there enough atmosphere to even hear a sound?
"Flight 19 was the designation of five TBM Avenger torpedo bombers that disappeared on December 5, 1945 during a United States Navy overwater navigation training flight from Naval Air Station Fort Lauderdale, Florida. All 14 airmen on the flight were lost, as were all 13 crew members of a PBM Mariner flying boat assumed to have exploded in mid-air while searching for the flight."
Numbers Stations are creeeeeeepy
I don't think anyone ever heard a sound per se but it resonated like a bell. Earth does to but not to the extent that the moon does.
the mystery of the Giant Stone Balls was solved - they're Mark Dantonio's.
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"If you have the right to be offended I have the right to offend you." - Ricky Gervais
Agent Mulder jizzed in his pants so many times reading that.
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