Top 10 Historical Unsolved Mysteries

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joseph Rapoza
joseph Rapoza - Day ago
What a waste of 10 minutes
sugarkaneandchloe - 7 days ago
Cayce is pronounced KayCee
MysTic_Aiden - 8 days ago
You could’ve done one about the sea people
Jere Lull
Jere Lull - 13 days ago
A minor language quibble: I believe the more proper term you should have used over theorists is "conspiracists", since that seems to be the context you're using it in -- Conspiracy theorists --
ben prastitis
ben prastitis - 15 days ago
Joseph Benson
Joseph Benson - 16 days ago
Von Daniken is a charlatan. Former hotel manager and did time for fraud. (If I didn't nail those two facts, I'm close enough for my point.). He came up with a bunch of theories for which he has nothing in the way of evidence. I think the gods of Olympus were collections of hyperintelligent flies, congregating together inside a human costume. Prove me wrong.
John Hand
John Hand - 20 days ago
Kelly and his hero’s found the gold in a bank.
John Barber
John Barber - 27 days ago
The Cyclops. If I knew I was headed for Baltimore, I'd"vanish" too.
CAO Designworks
CAO Designworks - Month ago
Man, now I remember why I thought this channel was trash back in the day. This is the kind of research and accuracy I expect to find on a two subscriber conspiracy channel.
Prjndigo - Month ago
The Phaistos disk is a song. A children's song used to teach writing.
Red 94MR2
Red 94MR2 - Month ago
wtf, an ancient alien assertion by Van Daniken made your "Historical" list?
Prowler Cam
Prowler Cam - 2 months ago
The Minoan disc was an ashtray some kid made in school for his mother.
Max Power
Max Power - 2 months ago
I'm a simple man. I see crap about ancient alliens, I hit dislike.
chris bond
chris bond - Month ago
Very blinkered view old chap, with truly uncountable zillions of planets out there in space, "we"are the only one that has "intelligent " life? (well some of it is intelligent) !!
Malcolm Brown
Malcolm Brown - 2 months ago
Speaking of the USS Cyclops. I've read that she carrying a return cargo of manganese, which s a quite dense ore. So took up a lot less space than her regular cargo of coal and that at some point due to some unknown accident or whatever, the manganese cargo shifted leading to the ship turning over/sinking. As well as having a somewhat [by some reports] a somewhat eccentric U.S. Naval Captain of German descent.......
crbielert - 2 months ago
More drivel.
tom kat
tom kat - 2 months ago
THEY BLAME EVERYTHING ON HITLER !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
ashley cross
ashley cross - 3 months ago
9. Was probably a rogue wave...
Melinda Kraft
Melinda Kraft - 3 months ago
Is this a computer because he mispronounces many words in all the shows
Old Daddie
Old Daddie - 3 months ago
I wish you had included the Disappearance of the Amber Room on this list!
Ish Kabibble
Ish Kabibble - 3 months ago
The WOW! signal isn't a mystery. It was a it was a staelite rocket launched in 1970 to take pictures of a planet. Im not positive but it may have been called Jupiter 10. Decades later, it's battery was still working and still sending back signals from billions of miles away which was a little ways out of our solar system.
Richard Jack
Richard Jack - 3 months ago
She didn't deliver the movie tape because she was Arkancided...even back in those days.....
Stephen Enders
Stephen Enders - 3 months ago
#3 yes.
Michael Don Corleone
Michael Don Corleone - 3 months ago
constipated in sin city
constipated in sin city - 3 months ago
Ghengis Khan tomb is under a river near an old bridge. The stream is trickling over the area. There's a cave overlooking the spot with Mongolian graffiti!
Not Happy
Not Happy - 3 months ago
The "Babushka Lady" has been identified for decades.
LodiTX - 3 months ago
There's actually a lot about Columbus we don't know for sure. Like his actual name and birthplace, since the historical record does not back up some of his story. His family relationships are also a little murky. As far as where his body ended up, who cares? It was dead meat that decayed. It was his life which was important, not where they stashed his corpse. It's not like his body turned to gold or anything, right?
Mike May
Mike May - 3 months ago
Most of these so called mysteries should have been included in the conspiracy theory top ten
Mike May
Mike May - 3 months ago
erich von däniken was a crank who has put everything down to aliens
Joshua Fante
Joshua Fante - 3 months ago
I found Hitler's stash, used it to find Pablo Escabars money which I used to find El Chapos money which I used to get high, so now I'm in debt and rehab.... Life's crap.... Lmao not really! I left rehab and robbed two banks naked wearing only sandals n a hat .. but I spent the money on clothes and donated em all to Goodwill. Robbed Goodwill n took a vacation to the Pentagon. Stole secrets n sold em to Russia. Robbed Putin so now I'm dead... Thanks
jhamilton07 - 3 months ago
I love unsolved mysteries particularly of ships and planes. Cyclops is one of the better known stories. While the mystery of when and where it went down will probably remain for some time, what happened to it is no mystery. It left port overloaded and under powered because of a dead engine with an undisciplined crew that had no faith in their Captain and sailed into bad weather under those circumstances. It would probably be a bigger mystery if it DIDNT sink under those conditions.
Wayfaring Stranger
Wayfaring Stranger - 3 months ago
You aren't pronouncing Cayce right. It isn't "case" for pronounciation, phonetically, it's "Cay-see"
Gordon Marshall
Gordon Marshall - 3 months ago
I speculate Hitler's gold is at the Vatican, I am sure I'm not the first.
Tedd Zagan
Tedd Zagan - 3 months ago
The only reason I can imagine anyone would want to find Columbus' remains is to *x!55* on them.
spradder5 - 3 months ago
Did you say that Columbus was originally interred in Vigiadolid? Surely you mean Valladolid, the former capital of Spain. It might be pronounced Fa-cha-dol-id by some or Vaya-dol-id by others or even conceivably Vaj-a-dol-id, but in English, it's well known to be pronounced Va-la-dol-id and in Castillian Val-ya-dol-id. This is just one of the excruciating errors in pronunciation in this particular Top 10. I rarely dislike a video, because I know how much research and effort goes into most of them, but surely you check for spellings and pronunciations? before embarking on a recording
charles stuart
charles stuart - 3 months ago
Bim min nee Road
Haekathe - 3 months ago
My theory about the Babushka lady had always been this: it was the 60'. She was probably a defiant house wife who went to see the parade despite her husband forbidding her. She wore the scarf to avoid recognition and never came forward with the photos because her husband would probably have battered her if he found out it she had been there.
MilliganX - 3 months ago
Beth-Lee-ham!!!! What Really? Beth-la-hem...graciousness please.... Christi-hands....ugh!!!
Kevin Rouse
Kevin Rouse - 3 months ago
The "were the Greek Gods aliens?" one isn't a mystery, unless every crackpot theory ever conceived is also a mystery. Yeesh.
Love & Honour Honour
Love & Honour Honour - 3 months ago
The Mayan Disk shows the beginning of our Universe at 14 Billion years ago. The greatest mystery is: How did the Mayans know what happened 14 Billion years ago, without the the Hubble telescope? This is the greatest mystery on Earth.
American Pride
American Pride - 3 months ago
Honestly my guess for where gengis was buried was the forest that protected him from those trying to kill him in his youth
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