33 Unsolved Missing-Persons Cases That Will Make You Scared To Ever Leave Your House Again


Amy Bradley.

She was on a cruise with her family. She was last seen asleep on the balcony of the cabin and was seen earlier in the night with the band on the cruise. She was reported missing shortly after the cruise docked. There were no signs of her on the ship or in the ocean.

There were possible sightings of Bradley in Curaçao in 1998 and 1999. Two Canadian tourists reported seeing a woman resembling Amy on a beach in Curaçao in August 1998. The woman’s tattoos were reportedly identical to Bradley’s. Bradley’s tattoos included a Tasmanian Devil spinning a basketball located on her shoulder, the sun placed on her lower back, a Chinese symbol located on her right ankle, and a gecko lizard on her navel. She also had a navel ring. A member of the Navy stated that he saw Bradley in a brothel in 1999. He claimed she told him that ‘her name was Amy Bradley and [she] begged him for help,’ explaining that she was not allowed to leave.

I find it freaky just because of how terrifying human trafficking is.”



Juan Martinez. (YouTube)

“Juan Martinez disappeared while on ‘vacation’ with his mother and father who was a truck driver. His dad was carrying a load of 20,000 liters of sulfuric acid on route to a chemical plant or something similar when he somehow started driving erratically down a long declining road. The truck Juan was on crashed into another truck, spilling the sulfuric acid and killing both of his parents. Juan however, was never found after the accident. And no, sulfuric acid doesn’t dissolve everything, so something should have been left of him, but nothing was ever found.”



Jaliek Rainwalker. He disappeared from the home of his adopted parents in upstate NY about 10 years ago. Lots of shifty behavior from his adoptive father—an off-the-grid, paranoid, hothead. Weird notes sent after his disappearance….Also—that name is pure Jedi.”



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