Top 10 Strangest Unsolved Internet Mysteries of All Time

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In the current digital age there are online answers. There are many strangest unsolved internet mysteries out there that have baffled people for decades and some of them may never be solved.

We are sure to have an answer to every problem – whether it’s a question or a problem that has already been solved. Many websites have forums that give us valuable information on various topics.

There are many unsolved mysteries out there that have baffled people for decades–and some of them may never be solved

In rare situations and if questions are very difficult they can be answered in an anonymous conversation online. There’s however some mystery that nobody knows of. The internet is always searching for a solution, but the truth hasn’t been revealed yet. The strangest internet mystery we can find.

We live in a world where everything is connected. Whether it’s a phone call, text message or email, it’s almost impossible to avoid being exposed to something that could be dangerous. The internet can be an exciting place for us, but also scary and unpredictable.

Here are top ten of the strangest mysteries from throughout history:

The Publius Enigma

Publius Enigma

Publius Enigma has been created to be an alternative reality game for Pink Floyds album division Bell. A 1994 anonymous user posted cryptographic information in an unmodified user newsgroup,

The message encouraged fans to solve a problem and gain rewards. Nevertheless, no one had any knowledge of the person sending the message. It all turned around completely on July 18, 1994.

The lights on the frontstage of the Pink Floyd Concert drew the phrase Enigma Publicus on its front. Apparently it was the band themselves who started playing the alternate reality games.

The “Darkover” email account

The “Darkover” email account is a strange case of an online identity that has remained anonymous for more than 20 years.

It first appeared in the early 1990s and was used to send out messages on behalf of an online community of fans who were interested in Darkover, an immeasurably popular science fiction series by Marion Zimmer Bradley (1931–2000).

The user behind this fictional persona claimed to be part of “a group of people who want to help keep up with what’s going on with Darkover.”

The mysterious individual behind this pseudonym had no discernible background or connections, but he/she claimed to have been born on another planet called Arilinn.

Further evidence suggests that this person was likely one member of a larger organization devoted primarily around keeping up with news about their favorite book series; however, there are no other clues as to why they would choose such an obscure name or what their real life story might be like.

The Pizzagate emails

The Pizzagate emails were a series of fake emails sent to the Hillary Clinton campaign adviser John Podesta. They purported to be from an email account called “darkover,” and they focused on a child sex ring operating out of Comet Ping Pong, a pizza restaurant in Northwest Washington DC.

The investigation into the emails was real: it was conducted by law enforcement officials who traced them back to an IP address belonging to the same person who had created them (and who has since been arrested).

However, despite being part of an actual case against someone else, this story has been largely forgotten due to its lack of relevance today—and many people still believe that there was some kind of secret pedophile ring at Comet Ping Pong after all!

The Drowning of MH370

The disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 is one of the most famous unsolved internet mysteries, but it’s far from the only one.

In fact, there are so many strange events in history that have gone unexplained and unanswered that they could fill an entire book—or even several! Here are some of our favorites:

On March 8th 2014 at approximately 1 am local time (8 AM GMT), Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 took off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport headed for Beijing with 239 passengers on board including six crew members.

The vanishing Malaysian Airlines flight 370.

The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 on March 8, 2014 was an unexplained event that has been the topic of countless conspiracy theories and speculation.

The flight took off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport at 12:41 am and was scheduled to land in Beijing at 6:30 am, but it never arrived.

The plane was a Boeing 777-200ER with 227 passengers on board; there were no casualties or injuries reported during the incident (although this may have had to do with its sudden disappearance).

On March 8, 2014, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 took off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport at 12:41 am and was scheduled to land in Beijing at 6:30 am. But it never arrived.

The plane was a Boeing 777-200ER with 227 passengers on board; there were no casualties or injuries reported during the incident (although this may have had to do with its sudden disappearance).

The plane’s sudden disappearance has led to countless conspiracy theories, speculation and media coverage. Its disappearance sparked one of the biggest searches in history, yet not a trace of the plane has been found. Here is everything you need to know about the missing flight:

Who really killed JFK?

There are many theories about who killed JFK, but the most popular one is that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone.

He was a military veteran, a former Marine and employee at a book store called U.S. Camera in Dallas, Texas. On November 22nd, 1963 he shot and killed John F. Kennedy as he walked through Dealey Plaza with his wife Jackie Kennedy on his way to visit Fort Worth Air Force Base (which they planned on attending).

Oswald was known by some as a communist sympathizer who wished to overthrow President Lyndon B Johnson’s administration because he believed it to be corrupting America’s democracy by allowing Communists into positions of power within it;

However this theory has since been disproven due to evidence showing that Oswald was possibly being framed for something else altogether – namely having infiltrated anti-war protests being held across America during this time period which would also explain why FBI Director J Edgar Hoover didn’t believe him guilty until after hearing from his own men working undercover inside Cuba who’d overheard plans between Soviet agents planning attacks against Americans travelling abroad via ferry boats crossing Lake Pontchartrain during August 1965 – three months before JFK’s murder!

Who is Rich Lee Johnson?

Rich Lee Johnson is an artist who has worked on many of the most popular video games of all time. Some of his most famous work includes characters for games like Call of Duty and Halo, but he’s also known for creating art for design firms like Blizzard Entertainment and Pixar.

He started out as an animator at Disney Studios in the 1990s before moving on to work with Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe (SIE).

In 2002, he started working at Microsoft Game Studios where he created visuals for games such as Gears of War 2 and Forza Motorsport 3—his role there was similar to what it had been before: creating CG images that could be used by developers across multiple platforms.

His work has been seen by millions of people, but he’s also known for being an outspoken advocate for artists’ rights in a field where they are often undervalued.

In 2005, Johnson and other visual effects artists started a union called the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE), which helped give them more power over their careers.

The Internet’s Most Mysterious Song

What’s a Mysterious song on the Internet? It’s typically easy to find an answer through an online search. When one man known as Darius tried finding the name of a song in an old CD, he remained empty.

Lydia then took a closer look at the song then uploaded it to the Internet. Soon thousands of musicians and web-savvy fans came to find its origins. To date, nobody knows the true source of the song.

Mysterious Internet

The mysterious internet is a term used to describe the Darknet, which is an encrypted network of peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing systems that do not rely on a central server. This network has been around for over 10 years and consists of many different websites, applications, and services.

There are many different ways to access this network, but most commonly people use the Tor browser to access it. The Tor Project was originally developed by the United States Navy for their research into protecting military communications from surveillance. In 2006, after it had been deployed in several countries, it was released into public domain and became available for download by anyone interested in using it.

The Darknet can be accessed through a browser such as Firefox or Chrome or through programs such as Tor Browser Bundle or Orbot.

It is important to note that while these applications help you bypass firewalls and other barriers designed to protect information on your computer from being accessed by third parties they do not allow you to access sensitive information or commit illegal acts while using them.

Alternate reality Game

One of the strangest unsolved mysteries on the internet is the Alternate Reality Game. ARGs are interactive games that take place in the real world and use social media to keep players on-board. They can be anything from a simple game of hide and seek, to an elaborate plot involving characters from television shows or movies.

The most famous ARG was created by The Blair Witch Project director Eduardo Sanchez and his team for Microsoft’s promotional campaign for Xbox 360 in 2001. The game inspired many imitators, but none have been as successful as this one.

World Wide Web

The World Wide Web is one of the strangest mysteries in history. For over two decades now, it has become an integral part of our lives while at the same time remaining a mystery to many people.

The Internet is a vast network of interconnected computer networks that allows users to transfer data and communicate with each other over long distances. But how did it come about?

The www is an online system for providing information resources and services worldwide. It was developed by Tim Berners-Lee, Robert Cailliau, and others at CERN starting in 1989.

The concept was first described in a memo written by Berners-Lee in March 1989 that proposed a hypertext system for linking documents (the first web browser was designed by Marc Andreessen and Eric Bina). The first message or “page” ever displayed on the WWW was sent from England to Switzerland on August 6, 1991 – marking its official birth.


We’re not saying these cases are closed or fully solved, but we do think they should be investigated further.

After all, if a crime has been committed, then it’s time to investigate who did it and why. The conspiracy theories surrounding MH370 might never be fully debunked, but at least now more people know about them than ever before thanks to Reddit and other websites.

And while Pizzagate may seem like a random internet theory now that no evidence has turned up yet linking Clinton campaign manager John Podesta to Comet Ping Pong Pizza in Washington DC—but there’s always tomorrow; let’s hope justice prevails!

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What is the biggest unsolved mystery in history?

The Zodiac Killer

What is the oldest mystery on the Internet?

Markovian Parallax Denigrate

What are the 7 mysteries of the world?

  • Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt.
  • Hanging Gardens of Babylon.
  • Statue of Zeus at Olympia.
  • Temple of Artemis at Ephesus.
  • Mausoleum at Halicarnassus.
  • Colossus of Rhodes.
  • Lighthouse of Alexandria.

Who is the biggest mystery?

The Dark Matter