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10 mysteries that remain unsolved

Published: Monday, March 24 2014 11:55 p.m. MDT

Associated Press

For just over two weeks, the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has captivated the news cycle. Theories about the whereabouts of the missing plane and its passengers have been in no short supply, but recent reports have concluded that the plane did indeed crash into the Indian Ocean. The question now is why.

As long as no piece of the plane has been found, the cause of the disappearance is likely to remain a mystery. We've compiled 10 other such mysteries that, unlike the Malaysian flight, have never been solved, and probably never will be.

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California Steve
Hanford, CA

How about "Where's Jimmy Hoffa"??

Objectified
Tooele, UT

@ California Steve:

The Hoffa story isn't so much a mystery, seeing that an entire group of mob affiliated men knows exactly where Jimmy Hoffa is (or was). His feet are encased in cement at the bottom of some fairly deep water. The rest of him became fish food decades ago.
Sadly, over the last century, many dozens of mob-affiliated victims have shared a similar fate.

Hutterite
American Fork, UT

Where did I put the car keys?

ConnieMST
Stockholm, ME

I would also include the mystery of the Mary Celeste, a ship abandoned for unknown reasons in the 1800s near the Azores. There are new theories, but there still is no sure conclusion.

Craig Clark
Boulder, CO

I'm a bit surprised they left out Flight 19 in which five Navy planes vanished on a training flight in World War II. Spielberg made use of the unsolved mystery in his sci-fi classic film Close Encounters showing the abandoned planes discovered out in the desert.

Impressionist
Salt Lake City, UT

The mystery of the noise from space is exactly that.

A brief, unidentified background noise which happens every
second of every day of every year.

Nothing here, folks.

Howard Beal
Provo, UT

Amelia Earhart?

Wally West
SLC, UT

Who let the Dogs out? There was even a song about it.

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