10 mysterious and strange people

The world is full of mysterious people who have had a great impact on history, people who followed a bizarre, secretive lifestyle, and who died without giving any explanation for their true reasons. In many cases, we talk about secret agents, spies, government scientists, people with paranormal powers, assassins, serial killers, or members of the mafia groups. The deeds of such individuals have controversy and conspiracy theories. In this article I will present the lives of 10 such people who still fascinate people around the world.

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10. Wolf Messing - medium, telepathic and clairvoyant

Wolf Messing was born in 1899, in a family of poor Jews in the city of Gora Kalwaria, located 25 kilometers southwest of the Polish capital, Warsaw. Since teenage years, Messing claimed to be clairvoyant, telepathic and medium. He could anticipate the future through telepathy and body language.
During his performances, Messing entered some sort of trance and tried to find hidden objects. Messing attracted the attention of Albert Einstein and Sigmund Freud and became famous after the Second World War.

In 1937, Wolf Messing predicted Hitler's death and the failure of the Nazi invasion in Russia. After this prediction, he had to move to Russia where he was forced to show his abilities to Stalin. To convince him of his power, Stalin sent him to a bank with a piece of paper to convince the bank official that he was a 100,000 ruble check. Missing ended the challenge and then returned the money. Another curious and famous fact is Messing's appearance in Stalin's office without any document, presenting himself to security agents as Beria, their boss, manipulating them with the power of thought.
Messing wrote an autobiographical book entitled "About Me," in which he says, "My ability to see the future may seem to contradict the material understanding of the world, but there is no supernatural particle in the act of precognition." Wolf Messing died out in 1974, leaving behind many unfulfilled facts and unanswered questions.

9. Adam Rainer - the giant dwarf

Adam Rainer was born in 1899 in Graz, Austria, and is a very curious medical case. At 19, he was medically tested and found to be very short for his age, and in 1921, when he was only 1.18 m, he was declared dwarf. Shortly after this diagnosis, Adam Rainer began to grow without signs of stopping. At 32, he reached a height of 2.18 meters, one meter more than 21 years old. This amazing growth rate has weakened him and kept him in bed. He began to lose sight and to be very difficult to eat and move alone. In 1930, physicians suggested that it was a tumor in its pituitary gland, which caused an overproduction of the growth hormone.
He lived in unfavorable conditions until March 4, 1950, when he died of life at the age of 51. At the time of death, Adam Rainer was 2.34 m high. He is the only man in history to have been classified as dwarf and giant.

8. Raymond Lee Harvey - Assassin or Crazy?

On May 5, 1979, a man named Raymond Lee Harvey was arrested by the US Secret Service for displaying a blind bullet pistol near President Jimmy Carter 10 minutes before he held a speech in Los Angeles. Harvey was arrested only 15.2 meters from the place where the American president was supposed to speak. After being questioned by the police, Harvey admitted that he was part of a group of four people aiming at killing the president of the United States. His attacking role was to shoot in the air without injuring anyone, while an experienced sniper assassinated Carter.
Harvey conspired with a 21-year-old Osvaldo Espinoza Ortiz, arrested by the police. Ortiz admitted that he was harrying Harvey, but he firmly denied any plan to kill President Carter.
Raymond Lee Harvey had previously been diagnosed with more mental illnesses, initially believing that his story was a fruit of his imagination. Later, the investigators found evidence of the plan and the threat was taken seriously. The assassination attempt was reported in the American press but soon disappeared from the media landscape. After a series of testimonies, Harvey and Ortiz were imprisoned, but shortly the charges were withdrawn. Many details of Raymond Lee Harvey's life are still a mystery.
People have mentioned that the potential assassin is called Raymond Lee Harvey and his accomplice Oswaldo Ortiz. In Spanish, Osvaldo is the equivalent of the name Oswals, which leads to the name of "Lee Harvey Oswald", the alleged assassin of President J.F. Kennedy. Coincidence has sparked a series of conspiracy theories that say President Jimmy Carter's assassination attempt was staged to scare the presidential administration.

7. Karl Koecher - the man who broke the CIA

Karl Frantisek Koecher was born on 21 September 1934 in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia. In his youth he was the producer of a radio satire show, ironizing the communist regime. It turned out later that this was just a cover story. In 1960, Koecher entered the Communist Party and in 1962 he was recruited by the Czechoslovak Secret Service.
Because of its impeccable English language, the USSR decides to send it to the West as a cover agent. In the mid-1960s he moved to the US and earned his Ph.D. in Columbia University philosophy. In 1971 he became an American citizen, and in 1973 he received a position as a CIA translator / analyst and became a spy for the Soviet Union, being one of the few who succeeded in doing so. It is still unclear how CIA officials realized that Koecher is a "charity", but in 1984 he was arrested by the FBI and accused of being a spy. The CIA tried to win him on his side, but it was found he could not be trusted. Shortly after the retention, the FBI released him. On February 11, 1986, he exchanged information with another USSR spy, Anatoly Shcharansky.
On his return to Czechoslovakia, Karl Koecher was received as a hero and was given a government position. In 1989 it was suggested that Koecher was involved in the Velvet Revolution, the pacifist movement through which Czechoslovakia returned to democracy, but denied rumors. After the fall of communism, very few things were published about his life.

6. Lawrence E. King Jr. - Sexual Abuse of Children

Lawrence E. King Jr. is the man who was at the center of charges of sexual abuse of children in Nebraska, USA, between 1989-1991. Although the case has been publicized, little information has been published about King's activities. In 1988, he was a Republican politician, manager of the Franklin Community Federal Credit Union (FCFCU), a credit company whose purpose was to help the needy. After a few leaks of confidential information, it was found out that the company's account was missing $ 38 million. This budget hole has given rise to an investigation that has led to the discovery of physical and sexual abuse on children.
Sources reported that boys and girls from orphanages were being transported across the country to provide sexual services to rich people. It was speculated that many of the abuses were made by the Republican politicians in Nebraska. The charges were investigated by two different jury committees. Both committees classified the information as a "misleading story". Many people were shocked by this decision. Lawrence E. King, however, was arrested for the disappearance of the $ 38 million and was sentenced to 10 years in prison.
This scandal, yet unclear, has sparked numerous conspiracy theories that include stories of the devil's service, cannibalism and group sex abuse, drug trafficking, and ties to the presidential administration of Bush.

5. Arnold Paole - the vampire outlaw

At the beginning of the seventeenth century, the people of Southeast Europe began to believe in the existence of vampires. They were frightened and seen as a real problem of society, especially in Transylvania. The people here began to unpack graves and to infuse woods in the hearts of the bodies considered vampires. Some people reported that they saw their own relatives attacking people on the street. Panic has spread across Europe and many newspapers have written about this phenomenon. Two of the most famous vampires in this period are Arnold Paole and Peter Plogojowitz.
In 1726, Serbian haiku Arnold Paole died in the village of Meduegna, near the Morava River, near the present town of Paracin. Immediately after his death, people began to see him walk through the village as a vampire. Panic urged villagers to turn to two Austrian military doctors, Glaser and Flückinger. The investigation and report by Flückinger was called Visum et Repertum and confirmed the existence of vampires. The report said that Arnold Paole's innocent body was responsible for the deaths of at least 16 people in his native village. His body was deshumed and found "almost complete and unaltered, with fresh blood in the area of ​​eyes, nose, ears and mouth." Following this description made by the Austrian authorities, Arnold Paole was considered a vampire. He was put in a heart, then his body was burned. His story was published on March 11, 1732 in the London Journal.

4. Walter Haut - UFO Roswell incident

In the summer of 1947, Walter Haut was the spokesman for the US 509th Bomb Group in Roswell, New Mexico, USA. On July 8, 1947, he was told to tell the press that the US Army had recovered a "flying fly" from the desert. The communiqué was published, but immediately withdrawn by the army. Haut was told to promote the fact that the debris found in the desert was actually a meteorological balloon. This explanation has attracted media criticism and gave birth to one of the greatest theories of conspiracy in history, that of the Roswell UFO.
As for the initial press release, Haut had said, "When it came to the media, the world had ended in my mind. My phone calls constantly. "For the rest of her career, Haut has worked for the US Government, claiming she does not know anything about the Roswell incident and just published a wrong message. However, in the early 1990s, after retiring, Walter Haut changed his story. In 1997, he said: "I think a well-thought-out muslimization has been set up."
In the last 15 years of his life, Haut has said he has witnessed the collapse of the Roswell UFO and the extraction of alien bodies from it. Following these allegations, in 2002 Haut signed an oath statement stating his experience with aliens as well as details of them and their ship. He described the ship as having the shape of an egg, and the aliens were small in stature and with large heads. This information was only published in 2007, after Walter Haut's death, in the book "Witness to Roswell: Removing the 60-year-old Muslim." Nearly 66 years after the Roswell incident, it remains the first place in the aliens' conspiracies.

3. Alexander Solonik - the ambidextrous assassin

Alexander Solonik was born in 1960 in Kurgan, Russia. In the late 1980s he was arrested for rape and convicted. In prison, he became a living target because of his connections with the police, but he was able to reject all the attacks, winning the respect of the other prisoners. In 1990 he escaped and became one of the most infamous assassins in Russia. He murdered an impressive number of figures of criminal organizations and received the nicknames "Alexander the Great" and "The Super Murderer".
It is not known exactly how many people killed Alexander Solonik, just as many details of his life are still a mystery. In the early 1990s he earned his reputation as a paid assassin who had the ability to shoot both hands. Solonik testified that he had killed a large number of criminals, including Viktor Nikiforov, Valery Dlugach, Vladislav Vinner, and Andrey Rura. In 1994, he was arrested in Moscow's Petrovsky Square and taken to a detention center he escaped later.
He leaves the country and moves to Greece where he sets up a criminal organization. He bought many real estate in Athens and became one of the 10 most wanted people in Russia. In 1997, an Athens newspaper said a Russian interlop was found dead at 30 km from Athens. It came to the conclusion that Solonik's body was inanimate, although the Greek authorities insisted that he was not Solonik. Even so, the authorities declared him dead. Since then, nothing has been heard of him, and the true influence of his criminal organization since the mid-1990s is still a mystery.

2. Sidney Gottlieb - mind control experiments

Sidney Gottlieb was born in 1918 in New York under the name Joseph Scheider. He took his doctorate in chemistry from the California Institute of Technology and became an expert on lethal poisoning. In 1951, Gottlieb joined the CIA, where he received a post in a secret biological project called MKULTRA. This project has conducted a series of human experiments to control and change minds. During the project, Gottlieb used many people as guinea pigs, which is why he was nicknamed "Dark Wizard" and "Dirty Pacal."
Gottlieb helped organize Midnight Climax, a program by which the CIA bought homes in San Francisco, Marin and New York to monitor people. For this project, the CIA hired a large shoulder of prostitutes who lured the subjects to a home, drugged and sexed with them while Gottlieb and his team monitored them. Throughout his career, Gottlieb has been working for Lockheed, DARPA, the Ministry of Defense and Naval Services. He was involved in incidents still mysterious and explained yet, like the death of a colleague, Frank Olson, on November 28, 1953, in suspicious circumstances.

1. Sergei Tretyakov - the Russian-American spy

Sergei Tretyakov, born in 1956, was a Russian spy who fled to the United States in October 2000. During his stay in Russia, Tretyakov was Colonel of the Russian Intelligence Service (SVR) and oversaw secret operations in New York and from the United Nations headquarters. Since 1997 he has become a double agent and has provided state secrets to the Americans. After moving to the US, the Americans rewarded him with $ 2 million and included him in the Witness Protection Program. In 2008, Tretyakov gave the US information on SVR, saying it is as active today as it was during the Cold War. He acknowledged that his desertion was a major failure of the Russian Intelligence Service. He told the Americans that SVR had a list of politicians who were subsequently assassinated to bring Vladimir Putin to power. Tretyakov also provided information on a Russian nuclear program known as Active Measures, a program that uses misinformation, propaganda, false stories and political persecutions to influence major world events. "Active Measures" have been called "the heart and soul of Russian intelligence", largely used to discredit the United States.
On June 13, 2010, Sergei Tretyakov died in his home in the United States, drowned with a piece of meat, but allegedly assassinated by SVR.

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