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The Mystery Box

Unsolved Mysteries: The Death of a Pope

Reigning a Mere 33 Days, Was Pope John Paul I Murdered by His Own Vatican Officials?

Many believed Pope John Paul I would be one of the great popes, a man who would revive compassionate conservatism within the Catholic Church. Born Albino Luciani, he was known in Italy as “The Smiling Pope,” seeking to be a teacher and devoted servant to…




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

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Michael East

Michael East

Freelance writer. Writing on true crime, mysteries, politics, history, popular culture, and more. |

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