Newspaper clippings · Washington

Mysterious clear jelly blobs rain from sky, kill kitten

August 7, 1994 Oakville, Washington Gelatinous blobs containing human white blood cells falls from the sky The translucent, gelatinous pieces reportedly rained on and near the home of Sunny Barclift twice in as many weeks. Barclift, her mother Dotty Hearn, and a new kitten were all struck with illnesses after coming in contact with the… Continue reading Mysterious clear jelly blobs rain from sky, kill kitten

Arizona · Graves

Young girl’s body found, buried under the name “Little Miss Nobody” when no one claims her

July 31, 1960 Congress, Arizona An unidentified young girl between the ages of 3 and 6 years old is found burned and partially buried The girl, nicknamed "Little Miss Nobody," was found approximately 2 weeks after her death and, despite the fact her body was in a state of advanced decay, her face was considered… Continue reading Young girl’s body found, buried under the name “Little Miss Nobody” when no one claims her

Executions · Newspaper clippings · Pennsylvania

“Man of Mystery” executed for murder

July 10, 1917 Pennsylvania A man cloaked in mystery and calling himself John Nelson is executed for murder The man gave several false names after his apprehension, beginning with Peter Jackson and ending with John Nelson. On October 30, 1915, he fatally stabbed a man named J. M. Stickler. According to The Scranton Republican (Nov.… Continue reading “Man of Mystery” executed for murder

International/Multi-national

Amelia Earhart’s disappearance

July 2, 1937 Pacific Ocean Amelia Earhart and her navigator, Fred Noonan, disappear Due to neither person nor their plane being found, the disappearance has become a mystery with new evidence and hypotheses coming forward every so often. This includes a forensic anthropology report published in 2018 which claims with 99% certainty the skeletal remains… Continue reading Amelia Earhart’s disappearance