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These plentiful exceptions notwithstanding, there is something in an unsolved mystery that appeals to many of us. Some go so far as to publicly hope that this or that classic case will never be solved, comparing mysterious cases to gaily wrapped presents forever unopened, never losing their appeal for armchair detectives. When the package is opened, its contents revealed, no amount of excitement or pleasure can ward off the inevitable letdown.
We want to see the gift, possess it but. In the real world, as it happens, unsolved mysteries are distressingly common. The solution rate for U. Lesser crimes are even more likely to go unsolved.
Cases with multiple victims are identified either by the geographical location e. Blind entries link individual victims to entries profiling a serial murder or similar crimes e. References within the text to subjects possessing their own discrete entries appear in large and small capital letters. This second edition of the Encyclopedia of Unsolved Crimes includes 93 completely new entries, plus various additions to the original bibliography.
Many others have been updated with new information received since , and several entries from the first edition were deleted, based on solution of the crimes in question by arrest and conviction of the perpetrators.
In those cases, whether simple error or deliberate frame-ups are indicated, both sides of the ongoing debate are presented, leaving readers to serve as the ultimate jury.
Exposure of government misconduct over the past quarter century, combined with scientific exoneration of wrongfully convicted defendants since , clearly demonstrates that official declarations of guilt sometimes deserve close and critical scrutiny.
Special thanks are owed to David Frasier, friend, author, and reference librarian extraordinaire at Indiana University in Bloomington; to William A. Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy in the text that follows. Anyone with further knowledge of the cases covered—or of unsolved crimes in general—is invited to contact the author, in care of Facts On File. Homicide investigators frequently remind us that the first 24 to 48 hours are critical to solving a crime, but these cases and others like them, cracked long after the fact, serve as a daily reminder that justice is often delayed.
That said, what constitutes an unsolved case? Typically, the term applies to a crime in which no suspects are identified, but that need not be the case.
Others, some notorious, remain technically unsolved after a known offender was acquitted by a biased or dim-witted jury. In some cases, authorities have branded a suspect as guilty on the flimsiest of evidence and without benefit of trial.
Suspects Patrick and Tony Brindle were charged with the murder, held over for trial at the Old Bailey court in early Frightened witnesses to the shooting testified behind screens to conceal their faces, identified only by numbers in court. Patrick Brindle declined to testify, but brother Tony produced evidence that he had been drinking and playing cards in a London pub, The Bell, when Abdullah was shot. Jurors acquitted the brothers on May 16, , whereupon police pronounced the case closed.
A suspected London mobster, Francis Adkins was identified as the boss of a narcotics smuggling ring in January , in sworn testimony offered to a Chelmsford court. Subsequent testimony indicated that Adkins was involved in smuggling stolen emeralds through Holland and that he had completed several runs without difficulty prior to the night of September On the latest run, however, one of the packets containing hot gems had been stolen, a circumstance that did not prevent the Colombian suppliers from demanding full payment on schedule.
His negro [sic] amours are more numerous than his years. He was among the most degraded of the scalawags. They camped outside Warrenton and tried to suppress local violence, with mixed results. No charges were filed against Ellis Adams, and he died in a shoot-out that December.
Troops sought to arrest a second murder suspect in March , but he was warned in advance and fled the county. The case remains officially unsolved. The gunmen were never identified, and the case remains open today, with no realistic hope of solution. Adkins further outraged white opinion in April , when he posted a statutory bond for Sheriff John Norris, another Republican hated by Conservatives and the night-riding Ku Klux Klan. Sheriff Norris warned Adkins not to return, but Adkins ignored the many threats against his life.
On May 10, , a gang of racist thugs was waiting for him when Adkins disembarked from a train at Dearing, Georgia. Along the way he was ambushed and mortally wounded by gunfire. His wife and daughter found him lying in the road. Adkins lived long enough to name at least one of the shooters, who had failed to don their usual Klan disguises.
Adams bore a special grudge against Adkins, since Adkins had reported him for stabbing a black man and other racist crimes. Adams was also a prime suspect in the murders of victim Perry Jeffers and his family near the Dearing station. Over the past nine decades, various fatal air crashes have spawned conspiracy theories that linger as haunting historical mysteries.
Five cases produced official verdicts of criminal activity, but no suspects were ever indicted. The remainder are listed as accidents, but nagging doubts remain. Short president of the Essandee Corporation died while performing aerial acrobatics at Venice Beach, California. Gunshots of unknown origin had also been fired at DeLay days earlier, during a performance in Santa Monica. Journalists linked the crash to bitter litigation between DeLay and C.
Frey, a rival who claimed ownership of an airstrip purchased by DeLay in Witnesses reported hearing a midair explosion at p.
Many observers suspected a bomb or rocket attack. No cause of the crash was officially determined, but suspicion of sabotage persists. The final radar contact with Flight was recorded at a.
Searchers found scattered wreckage and corpses near that point, but most of the aircraft was never recovered. Suspicion focused on passenger William Taylor, who boarded the plane with a ticket issued to ex-convict Robert Vernon Spears.
Authorities surmised that Spears had tricked Taylor, a friend from prison, into boarding the plane with a bomb, thus permitting Spears to collect on a life insurance policy purchased in his name. Police later arrested Spears in Phoenix, driving a car registered to Taylor, but he subsequently vanished and was never charged with any crime pertaining to the crash.
The plane was never found. The Margo Commission, an investigative panel including representatives from several nations, blamed the crash on pilot error—a verdict flatly rejected by the governments of Mozambique and the Soviet Union. In she married then-South African president Nelson Mandela. Initial examination of the wreckage revealed apparent residue from three different explosive compounds—PETN, RDX, and nitroglycerin—but authorities claimed to find no evidence of impact from a rocket or missile.
Some conspiracy theorists maintain that Flight was shot down by terrorists, while others suggest a disastrous mistake during an offshore U. Navy training exercise involving surface-to-air missiles. The case is officially closed. Witnesses reported a smooth liftoff, followed by erratic flying and a steep nosedive. The resultant political chaos led to full-scale genocide in Rwanda, where ruling Hutu tribesmen slaughtered rival Tutsis, and sparked civil war in Burundi. Authorities found evidence of a bomb, blaming the crime on terrorists.
Suspicion focused on Jamal Lya, the only passenger whose corpse remained unclaimed after the bombing. Wellstone was near the end of his campaign for a third Senate term, his death coming 11 days before the scheduled balloting. In fact, Guess had been fired from two previous flying jobs for incompetence. On September 24, , Justice attorney John Doar visited Amite County with Robert Moses, interviewing Steptoe and requesting names of any other blacks who had suffered harassment. There would never be another chance for them to meet.
Early on September 25, the day after Doar returned to Washington, Lee drove a truckload of cotton to the gin near Liberty, Mississippi. Behind him, as he pulled into the parking lot, was another vehicle occupied by state legislator E. Hurst and his son-in-law, Billy Caston.
An argument ensued between Hurst and Lee and climaxed when Hurst drew a pistol and shot Lee once in the head, killing him instantly. Robert Moses later described the event and its aftermath to journalist Howard Zinn. Fourteenyear-old Kelly Jean Poppleton was the first victim. Tina Faelz, also 14, was stabbed to death on April 5, , while taking a popular shortcut under a freeway, near the county fairgrounds. Later in April, year-old Julie Connell vanished from a local park; her lifeless body was found six days later, dumped in a nearby field.
Lisa Monzo, age 18, was last seen alive on November 27, , walking in the rain near Nimitz Freeway.
Iman or "Magnet" owing his good luck is truly a not very literate young man of deep Spain. He's brave and truly hard, has a Mauser rifle, is aided by some machine guns, howitzers, tanks, airplanes and poison gas, but doesn't like his own officers point him with the pistol when things become hard.
Perhaps he has to sell his ammunition to his future enemy but the pay is low. Yes these war was terrible as "Apocalyse now" and no doubt, better written by a master of Spanish language of XX century who knew these war. The main part of the novel counts real facts: the defeat of the Spanish in the disaster of the battle of Annual.
Summing up, Gral. Silvestre, favourite of the king Alfonso XIII and ladies of court, fearless but irresponsible chief of the army traces a foolish plan in order to inflict a definitive defeat to the moors commanded by Abd El Krim, wise Moslem leader. He despises the Moors so, the lines are too advanced in the Sahara virtually without supplies, water, food and ammunition.
The moors are masters in fighting battles of ambush in the desert, avoiding open fight, but now this was to be different, they know the Spanish have gone too much far and they attack massively killing Spanish soldiers by thousands ant pursuing them until Melilla in the coast where the guns of the battleships stops them finally, but before they have to drink his own urine, the ink of the offices and and many survivors became mad.
Silvestre and his staff was suspected killed himself or was turned in pieces by the moors although some corpses were given back intact by the moors as demonstration of strange respect for the Spanish, the well known enemy.
Silvestre was stupid enough to be in first line of front, but it's unknown what happened truly because he was catholic. This novel is superb and so you can know why Spanish people mistrusted his own army and king and why Spanish Civil War exploded 15 years after in such a society.
Ramon J. Sender lived and wrote many years in the USA until arrival of democracy. This man was in the very front line of the brutal carnage of bloodshed, cowardice and military ineptitude that caused the killing of about 15, Spaniards in North Eastern Morocco. If you want to get the feeling of an absurd colonial war, of what was Spain in the pre Republic period and why the Republic came in --that is, if you are interested in Spanish contemporary history, read this book.