Disappearance of Maura Murray


On February 9th, 2004, 21 year old Maura Murray set out on a car trip, telling her employer and professors it was because of a death in the family–a lie that puzzles investigators to this day. Despite many alleged sightings and bad tips, her disappearance has remained a mystery for the past decade. Was this a case of startlingly well planned out foul-play? Did she run away? Is she still alive?

Some of Our Research:
The Maura website
James Renner’s investigation
The Wiki on Maura

Gary McKinnon


Gary McKinnon hacked into NASA and several other government agencies’ computers. He swears he found evidence that we have a fleet of space ships and that they are staffed by “non-terrestrial” officers-humans in space, not space aliens. Did he really find that kind of information or was it all in his head?

Some of Our Research:
All about Gary
Interviews with Gary
Majestic connection
Disclosure project

Netta Fornario


Netta Fornario, a student of the occult, left her London home in 1929 for an extended stay on the tiny but storied island of Iona; months later, she died while apparently performing some sort of ritual, leading to accusations of, among other things, murder from beyond the grave.

Some of our Research:
A basic overview
First hand accounts
Back story on Netta

The Montser with 21 Faces


Following a kidnapping of the president of Glico industries, a crime organization calling themselves the Monster with 21 Faces begins systematic extortion attempts on confectionery giants Glico and Morinaga, including lacing candy with potassium cyanide. The mystery behind who the Monster with 21 Faces is remains.

Some of our Research:
Simple facts
Pocky related approach
The Glico Morinaga case

The Irish Crown Jewels

Irish Crown Jewels poster

The Irish Crown Jewels were discovered to be missing on July 11, 1907. No one knows who took them or why but for a century there has been plenty of finger pointing over who the thief must have been.

Some of our Research:
One heck of an investigation
An great archive
A little seedier side