The Philippines' 4 Unsolved Mysteries
The Case of the "Chop Chop" Lady On May 29, 1967, a gruesome discovery shocked the residents of Manila. The legs of a woman were found chopped into four pieces, wrapped in a newspaper, and discarded in a garbage can on Malabon Street in Sta. Cruz. The legs appeared to have been stored in a freezer as they were cold to the touch. Remarkably, the well-pedicured toes hinted at a person of wealth. The following day, the woman's torso was found on a vacant lot near the Guadalupe Bridge along Epifanio De Los Santos Avenue (EDSA). Unfortunately, her head was never recovered. An autopsy revealed that the woman was one month pregnant at the time of her death. Eventually, the police identified the body through fingerprints, which matched those of Lucila Lalu, a woman who had moved from Candaba, Pampanga to Manila in pursuit of a better life. Lucila was involved in various business ventures and had relationships with both a common-law husband and a lover. Despite initial suspicions falling on her lover, a dental student named Jose Luis Santiano confessed to the crime. However, he later retracted his statement, and the case remains unsolved officially.
The South Korean Who Ate 26 People
You Young Cho rose to infamy as one of South Korea's most notorious serial killers between 2003 and 2004. During this period, he instilled fear in the city, while the national press hungered for answers and the police refused to acknowledge the existence of a serial killer. Cho's weapon of choice was a homemade hammer, which he used to carry out a blood-soaked reign of terror before eventually being brought to justice in a case filled with shocking twists and turns. However, Cho's journey into becoming a cold-hearted killer was preceded by a disturbing rap sheet and a history of prison time. Let's delve into the unhinged world of this Korean man, who became known as the Raincoat Killer.
Bulanawan and Aguio
Once upon a time, there was a couple named Langgona and his wife who were blessed with twin boys, Bulanawan and Aguio. One fateful day, when the boys were around two years old, the mother took Bulanawan with her to the field as she went to gather cotton. She spread out the cotton fibers she had collected the previous day on the ground to dry, near the child. Suddenly, a powerful wind unexpectedly swept through, entwining the cotton around the baby and carrying him away. Bulanawan was whisked off to a distant land, where he grew up and eventually became a formidable warrior.
The Lazy Boy Story | Teenage Stories
Once upon a time, there was a lovely couple named Joe and Willow, who had a beautiful home. Their love for each other was immense, and after seven long years, they were blessed with a child whom they named Jaden. Jaden was the apple of their eye, and they showered him with unconditional love and everything he desired. They never questioned his wishes, even as he grew up, spending his days engrossed in TV and video games. Joe and Willow's sole aim was to provide Jaden with all the love and comfort in the world, despite hoping that he would engage in outdoor activities and contribute to household chores like other children. This family was considered the happiest.
The young woman was discovered in her bedroom. 31 years later, only
A 16-year-old girl residing with her parents and younger sisters was discovered dead in her room the morning after she went to sleep. The police immediately recognized it as a murder case, but none of her family members heard anything during the night. It took 31 years to finally solve the case, and the turn of events caught everyone off guard.