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The Mystery Box

A Women Who Was Dismembered Into 2000 Pieces and Cooked for Several days

Nanjing’s Black Dahlia unsolved mysteries

Daio Aiqing. Photo credit: thenanjinger.com / The Paper

Diao Aiqing’s dismembered remains were discovered across numerous locations on or near Nanjing University in Jiangsu, China, on January 19, 1996. Diao Aiqing was…

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A publication about unsolved mysteries from the deep ocean to space and from antiquity to present day.

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