In 1981. After being found frozen in a lake, Jean Hillard miraculously survived, despite her solid skin and undetectable body temperature."
Mary Reeser's mysterious death in Florida leaves behind only her lower leg and spine intact, as the rest of her body was incinerated without any apparent source of heat.
Atlanta homeowner Minnie Winston discovered unexplained human blood oozing from her floors, walls, and appliances in 1987, with no discernible cause ever found by police.
During Hurricane Sandy in 2012, the roots of a fallen tree in New Haven Green, Connecticut, revealed over 200-year-old human skulls and body parts, potentially belonging to thousands of victims of an unknown epidemic.
Robert William Fisher, suspected of killing his family and setting his home ablaze in 2001, remains on the FBI's most wanted list, with his fate unknown.
The 1962 Alcatraz prison escape resulted in the presumed deaths of 33 inmates, but John Anglin, Clarence Anglin, and Frank Morris managed to escape and have never been recaptured or located.
In the 1970s, mysterious animal mutilations occurred in Idaho where blood was drained and genitalia removed, with law enforcement attributing it to cults but never finding any concrete evidence.
The 1982 unsolved case of The Investor fishing boat fire and murder left eight bodies, including the owner, his pregnant wife, their two daughters, and four crew members, found shot on the boat with no clear perpetrator.
South Carolina's Browntown witnessed bizarre sightings of a seven-foot-tall, red-eyed "lizard man" with superhuman strength in 1988, and sightings continued until 2015.
1966 Michigan light mystery: Was it swamp gas or a ghostly brakeman's lantern? No official cause found.
Horicon, Wisconsin family reports strange hauntings after buying used bunk bed in 1987; clock radios turn on, paintbrush dips itself, children become sick, and unexplained fire occurs, all ending when the bed is destroyed.