History's Mysteries - Ten For Your Head

The 2012 Doomsday predicted by the Mayan Calendar and Nostradamus is approaching. This phenomenon includes many different beliefs that surround the fact that cataclysmic events will transpire in the world on December 21, 2012. Are you prepared?

The real-life Robin Hood is still unknown. Candidates include a fugitive in Yorkshire by the name of Robert Hod, who went by Hobbehod as well as a Robert Hood of Wakefield. Got any leads?

The mystery of the Bog Bodies. Hundreds of these ancient corpses have been discovered buried around the northern wetlands of Europe. Where did they come from?

The Shroud of Turin is a linen cloth bearing the image of a man who had apparently died of crucifixion. Most Catholics consider it to be the burial shroud of Jesus Christ. Examined by science, the shroud appears to be old enough, is it Jesus Christ?

Jack the Ripper's identity is still unknownThe name Jack the Ripper was taken from a letter sent to a newspaper at the time by someone claiming to be the killer. The victims were typically prostitutes who had their throats cut and bodies mutilated. Got any leads?

The Indus Valley Civilization - stretched from western India to Afghanistan with population numbering over five million, the ancient Indus Valley people—India's oldest known civilization—disappeared faster than the Mayan's.  Anyone know why?

Did Amelia Earhart make it to an island? During an attempt to make a circumnavigational flight of the globe in 1937 in a Purdue-funded Lockheed Model 10 Electra, Earhart disappeared over the central Pacific Ocean near Howland Island. Well did she?

The Tarim Mummies - 100 mummified corpses dating back 2000 years in Tarim Basin, China. The blonde-haired and long nosed Tarim mummies DNA samples prove the bodies were of European genetic stock.Anyone say how?

The Minoan Empire was destroyed by volcanic ash? Clay tablets unearthed by archaeologists revealed that instead of folding, Minoans carried on for another 50 years before finally disappearing.  Know where or why? 

The Voynich Manuscript is the most unreadable book in the world. The 500-year-old relic was discovered in 1912 at a library in Rome and consists of 240 pages of illustrations and writing in a language not known to anyone.  Can you read it?