Top 10 Unsolved Internet Mysteries

Even with an entire community of online amateur detectives on the case some answers continue to elude us welcome to all usual stuff and today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 unsolved internet mysteries before we begin I write blogs every day so be sure to follow and subscribe our newsletter for more great content for this list we're looking at some of the most popular odd and puzzlingly pervasive mysteries to ever surface on the Internet or be intimately linked with it.

Number Ten: The jak freeze emails we've all heard spooky tales of spirits communicating from the other side but such messages are usually conveyed via a psychic a Ouija board or other transcendental medium what a crock of it would seem however that Jack friis who died suddenly of a heart arrhythmia at the age of 32 in 2011 believed in taking a more modern and direct approach to contact those he left behind email roughly six months after his passing friends began receiving messages from his personal email we know what you're thinking the average email isn't tough to hack the thing is the email made reference to private in person conversations and said I'm watching did you hear me I'm at your house clean your attic theories have been thrown around but no definitive explanation was ever found.

Number Nine: Val de feu de Tamaulipas also known as courage for tamale bus it's a well known fact that going up against the Mexican cartels usually only ends one way with the Midler's demise in the state of Tamaulipas Mexico however some brave soul decided to take that ultimate risk he started a Facebook page to document and share information about cartel activity to keep the citizens informed and safe by embracing the world of social media this mystery had men was able to get the word out without losing their head a feat many journalists have tried and failed using traditional media though a massive bounty was put on the operator's life their identity remains a secret even after their retirement in 2014.
Number Eight: Bitcoin by now you're likely familiar with Bitcoin the cryptocurrency that's captured the attention of the mainstream media it's been embraced by the technologically savvy the financially progressive and the criminal underworld alike Bitcoin is is better than currency and it you don't have to be physically in the same place and yet its origin story is still largely unknown sure the Bitcoin system is credited to once a Toshi Nakamoto but that's just a pseudonym for someone whose true identity remains concealed in fact some believe that santoshi is not one visionary programmer but rather a clandestine group of programmers with the current value of bitcoins however whoever Nakamoto is there in possession of the equivalent of roughly 2.7 billion US dollars in bitcoins as of mid 2017.

Number Seven: Acht 28 2011 calm so many questions literally no answers this strange URL and it's even stranger content captured the imagination of Internet sleuths and conspiracy theorists when it launched in 2011 the date of October 28 2011 does coincide with what many believe to be a significant landmark on the Mayan calendar but that date seemed to have little bearing on the content of the website itself the landing page consisted of a few cryptic lines and a phone number that led to weird and disturbing messages it's confusing broken site structure changed regularly and hid a variety of images instructions and codes today opt 28 2011 dot-com continues to captivate online communities even after going down in 2015.

Number Six: 973 - eh T - n a muh - 973 welcome to the world's most dense confusing and labyrinthine website alright maybe we can't say that definitively because you know there are well over a billion web sites out there still this one certainly makes a strong and mysterious bid for the title simply attempting to navigate the web site is a feat unto itself as there are what appear to be thousands of pages of dense content available but parsing meaning from this overwhelming Milosh of verse paintings in numerology could very well drive a curious mind insane by the looks of the site the Creator may have lost it already.

Number Five: Internet black holes some areas of space are so dense that neither matter nor light can escape what goes in does not come back out these fascinating celestial powers have inspired many a science-fiction story but they've also lent their title to an earthly mystery internet black holes have you ever sent an email that didn't make it to the recipient but didn't fail to send or trigger some sort of error response rather it just sort of disappeared well it may have been caught in an internet blackhole a phenomenon that has researchers stumped essentially information has a habit of getting lost on route with no conceivable explanation as to where it went did you get my emails mm-hmm did you see that I paged you I did not.

Number Four: John tighters posts everyone loves a hero but that goes double for a time-traveling one in 2000 an individual began posting in online forums about time travel and describing in relative detail his functional time machine at first I pushed the lever forward ever so slightly later identifying himself as John Titor he offered the world warnings from the future his future the year 2036 though many of his predictions have failed to come true he did stipulate that his future was a parallel one and therefore not guaranteed for us some claim to have found the pranksters responsible Larry and John Hebert however there are many online who still have faith in tighter as the real deal the truth we may never know are you saying it's from the future one possible future from your point of view I don't know tech stuff.

Number Three: Markovian parallax denigrate Usenet an early precursor to the internet debuted in 1980 as the first networked system that allowed computers to communicate with one another it popularized such terms as FAQ flame and most importantly for our case spam the Markovian parallax denigrate is the name given to a massive bit of spam that hit Usenet accounts in 1996 a seemingly random string of words that people are still trying to interpret decades later it all mean it became associated with Susan Lind our an anti-war activist who many believe was forwarding coded messages is this strange assemblage of words encrypted government information or just an early example of nonsensical spam you tell us.

Number Two: cicada 3301 everyone loves a good mystery it's why we as a culture read books like The Da Vinci Code and watch shows like Sherlock the name Sherlock Holmes in the address is 221b Baker Street cicada 3301 however is a mystery that despite bearing all the markings of a work of fiction is very much grounded in reality no one knows what they are or what their purpose is but this secret group posts some of the most challenging puzzles imaginable online and then begins to vet those very few who succeed to what end well at that point anyone who makes the cut stops talking to the press so we don't know some think their hackers others call it a CIA recruiting tool.

Number One: A eight five eight since reddit is the community based online problem solving hub it's only fitting that it's home to the greatest of all unsolved internet mysteries a h58 is actually short for a eight five eight de 4 5 f 5 6 d 9 bc 9 the name of a user and subreddit responsible for posting complex ciphers since 2011 new lines of code were updated daily until 2016 and though some have been broken when taken as individual pieces of information they didn't amount to much a 8 5 8 1 Sivan held an extensive AMA but it resulted in more questions than answers whatever the project was it's now over but the purpose of it all is still far from being uncovered talk about a mystery for the Internet age while.

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