The Tyntila Murder - Nearly a hundred years ago there occurred on the mountainside below a lonely Rhondda mountain farm a tragedy which for months afterwards focused the attention of the outside world on the small mining village of Gellidawel and which even today is spoken of in many Rhondda homes as the "mystery of Tyntila." The mystery remains unsolved to this day.
A couple of dog walkers have stumbled across the remains of a mysterious sea creature on a beach in Wales. Melanie Edwards Rees and Mike Rees made the strange finding on Morfa Beach in Port Talbot. See also: Mysterious sea monster washes up in
"Red Dress Manor", Wales | This mysterious farm house has been vacant since the 1970s, presumably after the last resident(s) died. There are Get Well letters addressed to an "Aunt Frances" among newspapers predating the 1970s, photographs, and countless personal and everyday items. It's interesting that suitcases remain open with clothing, as if the last residents were in a hurry to pack but didn't quite finish - even a car remains pretty well preserved in a shed!
The mysterious dodecahedron Roman finds came from all over Europe: from Wales to Hungary, from Italy to Germany. The function and use of the Roman dodecahedron remain a mystery, partly because they are not mentioned in any report, record or image of the Roman era.
Welsh Ghost Horse - Colybe Bay, Wales. Wales is rich with mythology and ghosts. Among the stories of phantoms and spirits there are a number involving animals and horses in particular. The following account is one that has been witnessed on a few occasions and remains a mystery today. Driving along the small back roads, drivers have had to slam on their brakes and brace for impact as a huge, white horse appears from over a hedge and crosses in fron
A mysterious crumbled castle, built by the Earl of Surrey following the defeat of the Prince of Wales in Wrexham in 1282 but abandoned during the mid-17th century, is being investigated by archaeologists who believe they could find the remains of five huge round towers which once surrounded the site. http://www.culture24.org.uk//history-and-heritage/archaeology/art482871-Archaeologists-investigate-east-side-of-once-mighty-13th-century-Welsh-castle