Creepiest Unsolved Mysteries Of All Time – The Bear Brook Murders
In November of 1985, a hunter found the bodies of two women inside of a metal drum in the forests of Bear Brook National Park. They were wrapped in what was believed to be a garbage bag, near a cabin that had burned down. Blunt force trauma was the cause of death.
Then in May of 2000, two more dead girls were found also in a metal drum, wrapped in garbage bags and the location was only roughly 300 feet away from where the first two victim were found in 1985. The cause of death for the two girls found in 2000 has yet to be determined.
Of the four victims, one woman is believed to be between 23 and 33 years old. One of the girls was between 5 and 9, and the other two weren’t older than two years old. As of November 2015, authorities are still actively been trying to find their identities and causes of death. It’s believed by some due to dental results that the victims lived something of a transient lifestyle.