In previous volumes of the infamous Dead Men Do Tell Tales Series, author Troy Taylor
has collected some of the darkest tales of crime, ghosts and hauntings in American history. In this chilling book, he delves into the shadowy world of unsolved disappearances - people who vanished without a trace and were never seen again These weird tales ran the gamut of the terrifying and the bizarre and include crime victims, lost explorers, ships and people vanished at sea, outdoor disappearances and cases that cannot be anything other than supernatural in nature This collection of cases includes the mystery of Everett Ruess, the infamous Mary Celeste, the vanishing of Ambrose Bierce, the unsolved mystery of Eilean Mor, the lost colony at Roanoke, the mysterious Franklin Expedition, the riddle of Charlie Ross — America's first kidapping for ransom, Dorothy Arnold - the heiress who never came back, Glen & Bessie Hyde, the Joyita - the Mary Celeste of the Pacific, Famous, unsolved disappearances of Amelia Earhart, Glenn Miller, Judge Crater, Richard Halliburton, Michael Rockefeller, Percy Fawcett and many more. This is one of Taylor's strangest books ever and one that will have you turning the pages long into the night
lives in Decatur, Illinois and is the founder of the American Ghost Society. He is the author of more than 80 books on hauntings and unexplained phenomena.