A catalog of missing persons. You can view recent updates to cases and look for cases in your area. The maintainer also writes for Executed Today.
Not sure why I thought this was a good category.
Perhaps not impossible—but definitely too good to be true. Turns out: the glistening, fleshy art of fantasy artist Rowena Morrill graced the corridors of Saddam’s love nest when it was seized.
The impossible leaping skill of this urban legend (ripped from the penny dreadfuls of the Victorian age) had such a technological flare. Ah, the idea that an inventor-cobbler with a gas-powered dental retainer could inspire demonic fear. His attacks lasted a century! (Also at Wikipedia.)
Who was sending plastic Garfield telephones up the Iroise coast for 35 years?
You can probably skip this - but I find it interesting. Turn of the (19th) century mysteries competed toward more and more improbable murders. Some of the endings are still baffling.