In 1912 4yo Bobby Dunbar mysteriously disappeared, was found 8 months later with Julia Anderson who claimed to be Bobby’s mother and called him Bruce Anderson, but courts favoured the Dunbar Family. He lived as Bobby Dunbar and died in 1966. In 2004, DNA tests concluded he was not a Dunbar.
Two brothers hoarded over 130 tons of garbage in their residence and were found dead in 1947.
There was a man who claimed he was 256, the Chinese government claimed he was 197 years old, it was also said that he was seven feet tall.
In 1974 some guy in Alaska flew hundreds of tires into the crater of a dormant volcano and lit them on fire – best April fools joke ever.
Anneliese Michel, the young woman in Germany was supposedly taken over by demons and fought for nearly eight years before finally losing her battle with evil. Three motion pictures, The Exorcism of Emily Rose, Requiem, and Asylum film Anneliese Michel: The Exorcist Tapes, are loosely based on her story.
A family of Native Americans were taken from Canada in 1880 to be displayed in zoos in Europe.
The moon maniac was a man who murdered and ate a 10 year old girl and years later wrote a letter to her mother describing everything in great detail. He was killed by electric chair.
Ella Schuler was so old she couldn’t put her real date of birth on Facebook.
The Inuit people offer hunted seals a drink of fresh water before they die.