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The All-Time Creepiest Unsolved Mysteries

Reddit user BubblegumCrocodile asked: 'What’s the creepiest unsolved mystery?'

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Humans are inquisitive creatures. We love a good mystery whether it's pure fiction or true crime.

Just check book sale statistics and TV and streaming ratings.

But humans also crave closure which can be why unsolved mysteries capture our attention.

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The Closest People Have Ever Come To Killing Someone

"Reddit user BBQPancake asked: 'What was the closest you've gotten to killing someone?'"

We all... could be a Dateline NBC villain.

Life pushes us.

Of course, there are also times when accidents happen and we prove life is fragile.

One never knows what actions they will one day be responsible for.

More deep breaths should be taken.

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CW: Assault and abuse.

Everyone loves a good true crime mystery.

The number of documentaries and podcasts reporting on murder and mass madness has tripled over the years.

People still make Dateline NBC, 20/20, and 48 Hours must-see TV.

Some cases should be too brutal to watch.

Yet we can't help ourselves.

We just can't seem to get enough.

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Every town has a secret.

Secrets, lies, and darkness run rampant everywhere... if you look closely enough.

The only thing worse than the secret is the cover-up.

The way people scramble to hide facts and keep truths hidden is masterful and scary.

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What separates a human being from a monster?

It's an age-old question about humanity. How is a species that is born out of love and blessed with the ability for critical thinking and making others happy capable of committing unspeakable acts of horror?

The scary thing is anyone is capable of the worst kind of crime–taking another's life.

Does it take one unfortunate moment in a fit of rage or cross paths with the wrong individual resulting in a person snapping and killing someone?

Or, are some of us born with the murder gene?

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