Two ships and 129 men set out to find the fabled Northwest Passage before disappearing.
Walking off alone into the Canadian wilderness, did a Japanese tourist intend to take her own life?
Appearing frequently in Aboriginal Australian folklore, bunyips are generally described as dangerous, water-dwelling carnivores that prey on the unwary
After his disappearance in 2014, German tourist Lars Mittank became one of the most famous missing persons cases worldwide after his final known movements were captured on CCTV
In 2009, a previously tame and friendly chimpanzee was responsible for one of the most graphic animal attacks on record
Officials believe that the animal responsible for at last 3 deaths and 16 maimings was a hyena. Many witnesses, however, disagree
An account supposedly from a US Special Forces soldier claims that his patrol encountered a giant in Afghanistan in 2002
The 1959 deaths of nine Russian skiers in strange circumstances has resulted in an enduring and widely debated mystery
The killing of a talented lacrosse coach redefined what it meant to own a dangerous dog in the United States, and the interpretation of ‘implied malice murder’
The final hours of 13-year-old Omayra Sanchez were captured in this haunting photograph, which was named the World Press Photo of the Year in 1986