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Our history is littered with such cases, and many of them have remained ice cold through the decades. However, at least in most cases we at least know who the victims were, what their background was, something to work with. Yet there are plenty of mysterious deaths that seem to have befallen people whose identities have never been found, their true names obscured by a miasma of murky facts, foggy data, and sheer lack of any clues. These are people who must have been someone in life, yet have stepped off the earth into death with no name, no one to claim them, and no clue as to who they really are.

They remain enigmatic specters wandering about the landscape of unsolved crimes, their names, identities, and histories lost to the darkness, perhaps forever beyond our ability to comprehend.

One strange earlier account of a dead person from nowhere comes to us from November of , during the vicious fighting of World War II.

It was then that an Australian battleship called the HMAS Sydney found itself locked in deadly combat with the German cruiser the Kormoran, which would see the Australian ship completely obliterated and the entire strong crew killed, in one of the greatest maritime disasters in Australian history.

None of the remains of these sailors were ever recovered, except for one. The problem is, no one really knows who the sailor was. Not long after this deadly battle at sea, the remains of a lone sailor from the HMAS Sydney were found drifting about in a lifeboat near Flying Fish Cove, on Christmas Island, an Australian external territory located near Java and Sumatra and around miles from the Australian mainland. The unknown man was simply buried in an unmarked grave at the time, but decades later was exhumed when curiosity surged over who he had actually been.

The body was found through DNA analysis to to have had been Caucasian and rather tall, with red hair and blue eyes, and it was found that he had sustained a shrapnel hit to the head. There was also found that he had extensive gold fillings in his teeth, nine of them altogether, as well as two missing teeth, and his clothing marked him as not being an officer. A look at his skeletal structure showed that he had spent a lot of time squatting, which means very little, as it could mean anything from that he was a horse rider to that he did just about anything else that involves a lot of squatting, such as working fields or coal mining.

Despite these intriguing clues, this is about all we know of him and a modern mystery was born. Another avenue that has been pursued is trying to track down people who have a genetic link to the remains by finding some descendant or family member still alive. Such mysterious deaths of unidentified people more often turn up with murders, and there is no shortage of such cases.

On February 19, , the corpse of a woman was stumbled upon by hikers, stuffed up under the Interstate 75 bridge at the rural Lake Panasoffkee, in Sumter County, Florida, in the United States. The woman had obviously been brutally murdered, with a belt still firmly tied around her skeletal neck. Analysis of the rather decomposed remains showed that she had been a woman in her late teens or early 20s, that she had perhaps at one point been pregnant, and that she had died around 30 days prior to her discovery.

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This odd clue suggested to authorities that the woman may have had some connection to the rather large nearby Greek community in the area, about a 2-hour drive from where the body had been found, meaning that this could be a lead in what had happened to her, who had killed her, or at least who she was.

A few years later, two more such cases came in in The first was on August 9, , when the bodies of a young couple were found sprawled out on a bleak, secluded rural road in Sumter, South Carolina. Both victims had been shot to death, and were estimated to be of around 18 to 22 years of age, with similar facial features that led investigators to think that they may have been related somehow, perhaps even bother and sister.

Expensive jewelry, clothing, and extensive dental work done on them suggested that they were fairly wealthy. An autopsy of the corpses showed that they had not been under the influence of any drugs or alcohol, and it was speculated that they may have been hitchhiking in the area and had come across a nefarious party. Intriguing, but ultimately useless leads began to trickle in over the following days. One local witness claimed that he had heard gunshots and then a car speeding of at around the time of the deaths, although he had not seen any crime himself.

In December of that same year, a grisly discovery was made under a bridge in Carbon County, Pennsylvania, in the form of the horrifically dismembered parts of a corpse stuffed into three separate, bloodied suitcases. It was unknown why all three suitcases had been unceremoniously left there under the bridge, but it was suspected that the killer had perhaps trying to lob them into the Lehigh River, which was hundreds of feet down below the bridge and had failed, leaving the suitcases and grisly contents strewn about on the riverside below.

Chillingly, her breasts, ears, and nose had been cut off, and among the gory mishmash of body parts was found a full-term fetus, meaning that the ravaged woman had been very pregnant at the time of her death.

One strange clue that was found was a series of letters and numbers scrawled in pen upon her left palm, but the meaning of these remain unclear. She has proven to be a specter, her murky identity and the grim circumstances surrounding her gruesome death perhaps forever a perplexing mystery. The dead woman was later found to have been 13 to 19 years old, and had been shot twice in the head with a handgun from close range, execution style.

The pockets of her clothes had all oddly been turned inside out, and a deluge of rain that had hit the region at the time had washed away most potential evidence. Autopsy reports determined that she had died not long before she had been discovered, but this was about all that was known.

Some witnesses came forward to say that they had seen the woman hitchhiking in the area, but the case nevertheless grew quite cold. The only new lead was in , when some grains of pollen found on her clothing were found to have originated in Florida, Arizona or Southern California, yet this helps little, and the identity of the dead young woman has never been found.

The corpse was highly decomposed, but was thought to be a woman in her 20s, yet this was hard to ascertain as the victim seemed to have a good amount of male DNA and was thought to be perhaps transgender. She was thought to have had breast implants done, and to have been pregnant at some point in the past, but this was unclear. Despite the fact that Julie Doe is believed to have been undergoing gender reassignment surgery to become a man at the time of her death, and that this was a rather rare procedure at the time, there have been no clues from the plastic surgery community as to her identity, and she is still a nameless, shadowy victim who could be anyone.

In April of there was an unidentified woman that turned up dead after being tragically struck by two different vehicles near Huntington Beach, California. The woman, who was around her early 20s, carried no identification of any sort, and nothing came up in database searches, leaving authorities scratching their heads as to her identity.

An unusual clue found on her was a ring made of human hair, its purpose just as inscrutable as her identity. Further investigation would turn up some leads, but they only served to make things more mysterious. Some people who came forward claimed that they had met the mystery woman and that she had said her name was Andrea, with one witness even saying that she had stayed with them for a time. A few of these witnesses said she was just a homeless vagrant, but others said that she had told them she well off and was looking for her birth parents, who by her own admission were rather famous.

The Huntington Beach Jane Doe In that same year, on September 10, a motorist in Brazoria County, Texas came across a human skull stuffed within an old tire when he pulled over to relieve himself by the side of the road. Nearby was the rest of the skeleton, thought to be from a woman in her late teens or early 20s.

Other than that, not much could be made of the decomposed skeletal remains, and even the cause of death was not apparent, but there were certainly some intriguing hints found on her person. The woman was found to have a total of 6 rings on her fingers, one of which was a class ring from Robert E. Lee High School in Houston for the class of This was odd, since the woman would have been too young to have graduated at that time, and authorities have been stumped as to why she would have it.

All attempts to track down who might have given it to her or lost their class ring from that year have turned up absolutely nothing. More such mysterious deaths and unidentified people followed in , the first of which came on July 9, , when a woman was found dead in a room of the Whitehall Motel in El Dorado, Arkansas.

The young blonde woman had been ruthlessly beaten and shot, and this time authorities were lucky enough to find identification on the body, which said she was a Cheryl Ann Wick.

This would prove not to be the open and shut murder case that it appeared to be, as it turned out there was a woman with this same name living in Minneapolis, who was very much alive and who had apparently had her identity stolen by the dead woman. It would later come to light that the mysterious blonde woman had been murdered by her boyfriend in cold blood, but even then the enigma of her identity would not be resolved.

Within the cooler was found cans of cola and beneath those the decomposing body of a young girl of around 3 or 4 years old, wrapped up in a black plastic garbage bag. An autopsy showed that she had been sexually abused before death, and that she had probably been killed by asphyxiation a few days before her body was found. - Nowhere Man: The Final Days Of John Lennon

Nicknamed Baby Hope, the grisly discovery would lead to one of the most massive murder investigations the city of New York has ever seen, and sketches of the girl were widely circulated at the time.

The lead was pursued, but the mystery woman who had contacted authorities dropped off the radar before any headway could be made, and it is uncertain of how genuine her chilling story was. Three months after this, a series of polaroid photos showing a naked girl very similar looking to Baby Hope being sexually abused were uncovered, but they turned out to be of yet another young girl, rather weirdly also named Hope. One very spooky and well circulated story in recent times comes from June 26, , when a van crashed and killed its two passengers.

The driver of the vehicle was identified as a Michael Eric Hager, but the passenger would prove to be more of a mystery. He must have been quite the Grateful Dead fan, because he was also found to have had a ticket stub for one of their concerts from the previous night in his pocket at the time of death. Although investigators have looked into these leads, they have come back with nothing, and no one knows who the unidentified Grateful Dead fan is or why he was in that van.

It has come to my attention that this one was actually finally solved. However, I think it is still weird enough to keep it in here!

The unidentified Grateful Dead fan Some cases of these mysterious people and their deaths are probably not murders, but still just as inexplicable and often every bit as creepy.

On March 31, , a man in his 60s 0r 70s was at a thrift store in San Angelo, Texas, when he slumped to the floor, after which he died of a heart attack at the Shannon Medical Center. Also suspicious was the fact that his fingertips had been deliberately smoothed down so as to erase any sort of substantial fingerprint scan and make it impossible to figure out his identity through those means.

It was found that the man had gone under other names as well, including Roger Smith, Peter Turner, and Gerald Brown, meaning that he was evading something or someone.

It was suspected that whoever the man was, he probably had some sort of criminal record, and it was even thought for a time that he was actually an Australian murderer named Elmer Crawford, who had killed his wife and three children before vanishing off the face of the earth, but DNA tests proved this to be false.

Then in December of we come to the curious case of a body that was stumbled across by a cyclist on Saddleworth Moor, a part of the Peak District National Park, not far from the Dovestone reservoir, near Greenfield, England. The corpse was laid out right in the open, wearing clothing that was wholly inappropriate for the terrain and the weather at that time of year. An autopsy would find that he had died from ingesting strychnine, most likely a suicide, and that there was an empty bottle of thyroxine sodium, a thyroid gland medication, lying nearby, which was thought to have actually held the poison used to kill him.

Oddly, there was writing on the side in Urdu, and the bottle was traced as having come all the way from Pakistan, although this is a lead that has not gotten very far. A search was made of missing persons reports in the area but turned up not a thing. He just asked for directions to the top of the mountain.

Just the top of the mountain. He just thanked me and asked me again for the directions, which I repeated to him. And he just set off. CCTV image of the Dovestone John Doe Analysis of closed circuit TV cameras managed to find him at Manchester and Piccadilly stations, but after that it is all a complete mystery, and it is not known for sure how he had actually managed to wind up at that pub or where he really gone after that.

No one knows how he got there, why he wanted to go to the top of the mountain, why he would go out in the clothing he was in, or why he died of strychnine out on that moor. Who were these people?

How could they evade any possible identification even when widely circulated in the news? How could someone who presumably have had friends and family looking for them fall so completely off the map? These are people who seem to have come from nowhere, only to sow bafflement, intrigue, and unsolved mysteries.

These cases remain open, but it is unlikely that we will ever have the answers we seek unless more evidence or someone who knows them comes forward. Until then, these are more or less shadow people, inhabiting a world beyond our own and their deaths taunting us from the grave. Tags Bizarre Conspiracy Crime modern mysteries mysterious appearances mysterious deaths mysterious murders strange crime unsolved crime unsolved mysteries Brent Swancer is an author and crypto expert living in Japan.