Unsolved Mysteries

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  • The Mystery of Oak Island

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    The Mystery of Oak Island The World’s Longest Unsolved Mystery The Mystery of Oak Island Close your eyes and imagine the excitement and adventure of finding a mystery that involves many deaths, unknown treasures and much speculation. Mysteries are intriguing and finding a real life mystery that has been unsolved in history for several hundred years is unusual. Throughout time millions of people have been interested in treasures, legends and unsolved mysteries. Books, movies and legends

  • The Plague Argume

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    All around the world there are different mysteries and enigmas. Ranging from solved to unsolved. All depending on where you are. Though there are some mysteries that span the world, enigmas that are known to everyone. But how could they be known to everyone? The internet! A constant web connecting everything and everyone together. With it being so huge and popular, you must assume there are some unexplainable things. To start, an enigma is someone or something that is difficult to understand or explain

  • Stonehenge And Most Common Myths Of Stonehenge

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    Bubshait Dr. Sandra Karnes ENL 111 – 23 13 October 2014 Stonehenge Nothing in the life was built for nothing. Everything has a reason. The same apply for Stonehenge, pyramids, and many other ancients’ structures. Stonehenge is one of the oldest unsolved mysteries in the world. The ancient stone is located in Wiltshire, England. English Heritage organization is the responsible for looking after the monuments included with the Stonehenge. People always ask how come a monument was built before 3000 B.C

  • The Unsolved Mystery Of The Bermuda Triangle

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    Did you know, over 1000 lives have been lost in the Bermuda Triangle over the last century? Jasper A.B Gilbert, I am a world renowned Historian. I have been Hired by the Unsolved Mysteries Society to develop a research paper. This research paper will be exploring the unsolved mystery of the Bermuda Triangle. Known facts, theories that have been presented, which theories have the most support, unexplained aspects will all be showcased in this paper. History of the Triangle The Bermuda Triangle

  • Unsolved Mysteries : The Lost Colony

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    Unsolved Mysteries - The Lost Colony During the 1500’s, the English started their first attempts at colonizing in the New World. One of the first colonies to settle in North America was named after the island on which they settled. That island was named the Roanoke Island. After a while of living on the island the colony had to return to England, since there had been a shortage of food and they had been attacked by nearby indians multiple times. A second group of English settlers also tried to settle

  • Unconscious Is One Of The Unsolved Mysteries Within The

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    Unconscious is one of the unsolved mysteries within the counseling field. Some believe it exists and others do not. Some believe it affects the human mind and others believe it has no influence on the human mind. I am convinced that unconscious exists and plays a role in our actions, behaviors, thoughts, and our decision-making. If it did not exist how would we explain the part of the mind that is unreachable and incomprehensible yet, has a tremendous effect on our behavior and emotions. Most would

  • A Comparison OfThe Boy In The Box?

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    In February 1957, a boy's body was found wrapped in a plaid blanket in the woods off Susquehanna Road in Fox Chase, Philadelphia. The Boy in the Box, which is still unsolved today, is one the most intriguing cases in the Philly area and even in the world. With this being said, many theories arose from this very case. People have been discussing this case through platforms such as podcasts on the internet, shows, and even play offs of the case in television shows. Podcasts are one of the main ways

  • Unsolved Mysteries And Intriguing Theories About The Bermuda Triangle

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    There are many unsolved mysteries and intriguing theories about the Bermuda Triangle. Some believe it is a real thing that exists, while many others consider it to be a mere myth. I personally think it is veritable based off of the speculations that I have made. The Bermuda Triangle, or Devil’s Triangle, is the name given to an area of water in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean between Bermuda, Miami, Florida, and San Juan, Puerto Rico. It is an area in the ocean that is known to suck

  • Analysis Of The Movie ' Chinatown ' And ' Oedipus '

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    Chinatown, directed by Roman Polanski, is a thriller, detective fiction and film noir. Back story plays an important role within Chinatown as it allows the audience to be exposed to the greed and corruption within the plot through a slow reveal. Characteristic of a detective fiction is the slow release of information allowing for the audience to understand the crime and its’ motives at the same pace as the detective. The backstory behind Chinatown builds tension within the story as it clearly foreshadows

  • Photography and The Gothic

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    there are inhabitants around, but not seen or directly noticed. The element of isolation in nature is demonstrated in The Mysteries of Udolpho and The Turn of the Screw by Udolpho and the House at Bly through their setting in isolated landscapes with weak tethers to the rest of civilization. The idea of overcoming this isolation is also present in the novels. Emily in The Mysteries of Udolpho escapes the isolation to safety. The Governess in The Turn of the Screw hopes to do the same by connection with