5 terrible disappearances that no one can explain

5 terrible disappearances that no one can explain

Thousands of people disappear every year. This, of course, is sad, but most of these cases have a logical explanation: murder, accident, or the desire of people to start everything from a clean slate, when they realize that they will never be able to pay off their debts. But sometimes there are such disappearances that are devoid of any meaning and which are simply impossible to explain. Such as…

1. Children Sodder10
On Christmas Eve 1945 in Fayetteville, West Virginia, the Sodder family slept soundly when a fire broke out in their home, trapping ten children at the top. Unfortunately, the fire managed to kill five of them before the firefighters arrived at the scene and extinguished the flames. At least, this is exactly how the initial fire brigade described what happened, despite the fact that no bodies or at least the bones of the dead were found at the scene of the incident.This prompted George and Jenny Sodder to state that their children could still be alive.

Yes, the lack of bones was damn weird, but this should have been a rational explanation. In addition, it should have been the fact that when George Sodder tried to drive a pick-up truck to the house (hoping to climb onto the roof of the car and reach the second floor that was burning with a bright flame), its engine did not start. And the fact that the family could not reach the fire brigade on time, because their telephone line was obviously cut, so it is ... this is ... hmm ...

... and the berries ahead:

In the light of the strange circumstances of the tragedy, the Sodder family recalled that a few days before the fire, two suspicious types came to their house, which made it unequivocally clear that they would burn their house and kill their children. One of them, who introduced himself as an insurance agent, even told George, an Italian immigrant, that he would pay for criticism of Mussolini. It is definitely a suspicious situation, but it doesn’t compare with the fact that later the same “insurance agent” served as a juror in a jury at the coroner, who considered the fire in the Sodder house to be an accident.

Soon, other people stated that they had seen a person near the Sodder’s house with a set of tools in their hands that could hypothetically be used to break the car. Also on their lawn, Sodderes discovered an incomprehensible rubber object that, as George stated, was a napalm bomb, which hypothetically could have been used as a napalm bomb.

But wait, it all looks like evidence of some nasty murder of five innocent children by Italian fascists ... Or not. A waitress working at a roadside eatery and a Charleston hotel employee later said that they had seen four out of five missing children with a group of Italian men and women who forbade them to talk to anyone. Unfortunately, their testimony came to nothing, just as the picture that Jenny Sodder received in the mail 20 years later and in which one of her missing sons was allegedly depicted.

So what was it? Kidnapping without a ransom demand or what? Was the fire somehow related to threats? Or maybe the remains of the children lay under the rubble, but they could not be found? Is it possible that the Sodder family hid some terrible secret from the police? All we can say is that any one of the possible versions is quite alarming.

2Team Ghost Balloon11
Balloons can be compared to fatty slow-moving Rascal sky scooters, so Lieutenant Ernest Cody and Ensign Charles Adams (Charles Adams) probably thought that they were waiting for a spontaneous balloon flight when on August 16, 1942 both were sent to patrol the airspace. This illusion persisted until the moment when the fuck both disappeared without a trace.

Soon after sending from San Francisco to the Farallon Islands, the young people reported by radio that they were leaking oil below. A few hours later, the L-8 ship was found strayed over the Daily City, where, after hitting a few houses, it eventually fell to the ground. People in the vicinity rushed to the pilot's cabin ... and found that there was no one on board.

... and the berries ahead:

The Navy, of course, conducted the most thorough investigation, but as a result found only that all the lifeboats and parachutes were in place. In fact, apart from a pair of life jackets and a door wide open, everything was in perfect order. The engine and radio were working with a bang, and there was no sign of a struggle.Perhaps the Japs grabbed Cody and Adams after they descended to examine the oil slick. Or both accidentally fell overboard, conducting an emergency repair of the vessel? And if so, what exactly did they repair?

Ultimately, this case turned into one of the most inexplicable mysteries of the Second World War, and over time the ship with the missing team received the creepy / awesome nickname "Ghost Balloon." Today, among the readers, for sure, there will be people who will immediately connect the incident with the "abduction of UFOs", but as is the case with the other stories discussed in this article, each possible scenario only excites the imagination. Maybe these two opened the door and just ... started down? But why? We will never know about it.

3. Ben Padilla and Boeing 72713
In 2003, American pilot and aircraft engineer Ben Padilla arrived in Angola to oversee the repair of the old Boeing 727. Everything was going great, and soon the plane was supposed to fly out of the country. However, when one evening the 727th drove off to the take-off lane for routine checking of the engine, he suddenly, for no reason, made an unauthorized takeoff without any connection with the tower.

The aircraft's repeater was turned off, the 727th headed towards the Atlantic Ocean, and since then no one has seen it.

... and the berries ahead:

It is worth noting that this story took place already after September 11, when the hijacked airliner was expected to be seen a week later, making a raid on some nuclear power plant. The missing 727th, even if empty, the authorities could not simply take it off and write off as “crashed” for the sake of insurance. Yes, and the size of the aircraft was very impressive, so that it could not be planted in his backyard and hide in the hangar. In fact, the ship was loaded with containers with tons of diesel fuel, so the authorities were worried that they could have hijacked it for some insane suicidal mission.

Nevertheless, the investigators did not succeed in attacking the trail of the missing aircraft. Then they suggested that Padilla with another crew member - a Congolese named John Mikel Mutantu, who was seen on board the aircraft - decided to go on a Boeing in a drunken flight. And this version could easily have passed for the plausible, if someone from the former aboard really knew how to fly the plane.

Although Padilla was a licensed pilot, he did not have the necessary qualifications to control the Boeing 727, for which, by the way, at least three people are required for everything to work as it should. And Mutant didn’t have any flight experience whatsoever. In addition, according to eyewitnesses, during the acceleration and until the moment when the aircraft took off the ground, the plane constantly wobbled, as if in a cockpit there was a struggle for the steering wheel.

According to another theory, the owners of the 727th decided to son-assess the disappearance of the aircraft for the sake of insurance. But if so, then what happened to Padilla? And as if there were not enough oddities in the case, in 2005 the FBI, despite the fact that the case caused serious concern for the country's national security and was investigated by several organizations at once, closed the case without any explanation what only one thing means: that the ugly gremlin from the Twilight Zone was to blame for everything.

4. Keepers of the Flannan Island Lighthouse14
Flannan Islands is a small group of islands off the coast of Scotland, located right on the important sea route.And so naturally, a lighthouse was built there, so that Scottish ships could safely and securely navigate the changeable waters of the North Atlantic and deliver valuable cargo of hagiss and bagpipes to all corners of the world, despite the vehement protests of this very world.

The work of the lighthouse was supported by three people. At the time of December 1900, they were: Thomas Marshall, James Ducat and Donald MacArthur. All three were to spend 14 days on the island. However, unfortunately for the trinity, none of them have been seen alive since the landing on the island.

A few days later, a violent storm struck the islands, and the passing ships noticed that the beacon light was off. Soon, a group of rescuers arrived at the locked lighthouse, finding only beds made in place, untouched dinner on the table and not a soul around.

... and flowers in front:

The captain of the rescue vessel quickly concluded that all three men had fallen into the aforementioned storm and were drowned. However, his theory collapsed about the raincoat of one of the keepers, left in the lighthouse, and a journal in which records were made even after the weather cleared.

The current theory says that the missing men were carried away by a wandering wave, but it is based on the idea that all three guardians persistently ignored the established rules that forbade leaving a beacon unattended, no matter what. Marshall, Dukat and MacArthur could in no way leave the lighthouse together. Plus, why would they lock the lighthouse door behind them?

5. Zebb Quinn15
In January 2000, the 18-year-old Zebb Quinn walked with his friend Robert Jason Owens, when suddenly an urgent message came to him and the young man rushed to the nearest payphone.

Returning a few minutes later, Quinn looked very agitated and, before leaving, allegedly crashed into Owens' pickup truck. This was the last time he was seen alive.

A few days later, "Quinn" allegedly called for work and asked for sick leave, but the supervisor did not recognize his voice. Tracking the call, he called Owens, who said that Quinn had asked him to call him. Naturally, the police reacted with distrust of this story, especially after they learned that Owens had gone to the hospital with broken ribs and a head injury the morning after Kiunna disappeared.Owens claimed that the injuries were caused by a minor accident that had nothing to do with the case, and then flatly refused to cooperate with the police.

It soon discovered that Quinn had romantic feelings for a woman named Misty Taylor, who met a jealous young man who had beaten her. Telephone records confirmed that the message that Quinn received before the disappearance came from his aunt, who said that she was not at home then, because she was with ... Misty Taylor and her family.

... and the berries ahead:

Two weeks after Quinn’s disappearance, his abandoned car was found in a parking lot; a kiss was left on the back window and exclamation marks were drawn on the lipstick. Inside, there were things that clearly did not belong to Quinn, including: a jacket, a key to the number of an unknown hotel, and a three-month-old Labrador puppy. The car was parked across the street from the hospital where Kiunna's relatives worked, as if someone was trying to say something to them in this way ... Needless to say, this did not help. Nothing of what was in the car, not a step closer to the police Quinn, who has not yet been found and who is considered dead.

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