What Mysteries Should Have Been Solved by Now? Here’s What People Said.

There are so many enduring mysteries out there…

And so little time!

And if you’re a crime and history buff like me, these stories really capture your imagination.

Let’s see what mysteries AskReddit users think should have been solved by now.

“The Setagaya family m**ders.

A family of four were m**dered in their Tokyo home in late December 2000, after which the k**ler stayed in the house for several hours leaving behind a ton of evidence (clothes, bag, m**der weapon, DNA from blood and stool — he used the toilet and didn’t flush).

Despite all this and literally millions of man-hours spent by Japanese police and investigators, they’re still no closer to solving the crime.”

“The one with the two girls in Delphi Indiana.

It has been I believe close to 5 years since those girls were m**dered and the only clue they had until recently within the last year and a half or so is the voice clip of down the hill.

I know that more things have been found recently and hopefully that case will be solved soon.”

“Michael Dunahee

I went to the elementary school where he was kidnapped off the grounds.

Only lead to this day was that it was a brown van. It was crazy to live in that town during that time.”

“Missy Beavers.

She was m**dered in a church that she held fitness classes in very early one morning.

There’s video that shows the suspected k**ler was already waiting for her inside the church, wearing full-body SWAT gear from head to toe, so that police aren’t even sure if it’s a man or a woman.

It’s even more suspicious bc she had changed her class meeting location last-minute due to there being bad weather, yet her suspected k**ler was still able to be there ahead of time waiting for her.

Besides the video from inside the church, there’s surveillance footage from outside showing a lone car circling in the parking lot, but it’s not very good footage.

Overall it’s one of the weirdest cases I have ever come across, especially bc it didn’t seem like anyone close to her had anything to gain from her d**th. Usually most m**ders are committed due to a love triangle situation, or so that someone can get some money or something like that.”

“Bryan Schaefer.

Was last seen on camera leaving a bar above ground level and never seen again despite seconds prior being with few of his friends.”

“Ayla Reynolds’ “disappearance” in Maine 2011.

Maine has 22 m**ders per year (less than 2 per 100,000 people, most easily resolved domestic violence with open and shut cases, mysteries don’t happen here much apart from Stephan King novels). She was under 2 yrs old in a house with her father, his girlfriend (not her mom) and his mother.

She “went missing” with blood found in the basement Inconsistent with Ayla surviving. She has not been found. None of the 3 people in the house at the time will tell the police what happened despite it being pretty (IMO) clear that she was k**led by an adult in the house (their defense if charges are ever brought will be to point fingers at each other and shrug). Maine State Police and DA haven’t charged anyone for exactly that reason.

Ayla’s mother is bringing a civil suit against father this year and most of the state of Maine is watching closely with long, long memories and small communities. She will be found and he will answer for it, I hope.”

“JonBenet Ramsey.

Good grief what a debacle that was. There’s not really any detail about this story thats not completely bizarre and contradictory.

It should be a case study in how not to start a missing child case and how hopelessly screwed up DA – Police politics are.”

“The Max Headroom signal hijacking occurred on the night of November 22, 1987, when the television broadcasts of two stations in Chicago, Illinois, United States, were hijacked in an act of broadcast piracy by a video of an unidentified person wearing a Max Headroom mask and costume

Really wish this was solved.”

“Where is Susan Powell’s body?

Josh should’ve been arrested within days of her disappearance and then he would be in jail and her boys would be alive.”

“Lisa Irwin.

Her house is not far from where I lived at the time she went missing. I remember when they found the little girl in Greece.

I know they proved it wasn’t her, but that resemblance is uncanny.”

“The 1962 Alcatraz Escape.

Did Morris and the Anglin Brothers successfully reach land and lead completely new lives?”

“I wish we could know what happened to the Sodder Children.

Don’t think it’ll ever be solved, though.”

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