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The Strangest Mysteries of 2018

The Strangest Mysteries of 2018

By Tim Binnall

Whether it was the mummified remains of a monkey unearthed in the walls of an old department store in Minneapolis or a puzzling pickle jar that kept showing up on the side of a highway in Missouri, 2018 provided more that its fair share of strange mysteries that left us scratching our heads. Here's a selection of some of the most confounding cases that we're still pondering as the year comes to a close.

Mysterious Seismic Event Stumps Scientists

Spontaneous Human Combustion Claims Another Life in England?

Pickle Mystery Grips Missouri Town

Bizarre 'Reindeer Circles' Caught on Film

Strange Darkness Stumps Siberians

Weird 'Mystery Object' Washes Ashore in Australia

Odd Snow Formations Found in Argentina

Mysterious Mummified Monkey Found in Minneapolis

'Unidentified Floating Object' Stumps Dutch Museum

Mysterious Hum Recorded in Sweden

Fortunately for those in need of some closure, there were also a handful of mysteries that emerged in 2018 that were quickly solved as well as a few new solutions offered for some classic cases.

Montana Mystery Creature Solved

DB Cooper Confession Deciphered?

Mystery of the Turkish 'Crying Cemetery Girl' Solved

Water Study Inadvertently Solves Easter Island Moai Mystery?

Viral 'Mystery Rocket' Identified

Voynich Manuscript Solved Via AI?

Scientist Suggests Simpler Stonehenge Origin Story

Forensic Linguist Solves Jack the Ripper Letter Mystery?

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