Top 10 Unsolved Internet Mysteries

  • Published on Nov 30, 2017
  • Top 10 Unsolved Internet Mysteries
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    We may never now the answers to these digital mysteries. From the Jack Froese e-mails and the origins of bitcoin to internet black holes, the world wide web is full of intrigue and unanswered questions. WatchMojo counts down the top unsolved internet mysteries.
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    #10. The Jack Froese Emails
    #9. Valor por Tamaulipas [aka Courage for Tamaulipas]
    #8. Bitcoin
    #6. 973ehtnamuh973
    #5. Internet Black Holes
    #4. John Titor’s Posts
    #3, #2, #1???
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Comments • 712

  • Danielle Wolf
    Danielle Wolf 23 hours ago

    What about wiredsoundsforwiredpeople? Or! Normalpornfornormalpeople? :D

  • Cristiano Faustino

    This is a terrible top 10.

  • my profile picture is complete darkness


  • CattSmiles
    CattSmiles 5 days ago

    Webkinz Killer where you at?

  • Max Films dot com
    Max Films dot com 8 days ago

    Number one: how watchmojo has subscribers

  • Allison Linner
    Allison Linner 10 days ago +2

    Regarding #9 "Valor por Tamaulipas"
    1. That is super badass and the homie who ran that can get it.
    2. In order to undermine the integrity of the posts from the original publisher and confuse citizens, the Mexican Cartel should have created a bunch of identical accounts. All of which giving conflicting information about the actions and whereabouts of the Cartel, so no one what was factual and what was not.

  • Nick Carlson
    Nick Carlson 12 days ago

    A new internet mystery: why the video for Bruce Springsteen song "Western Stars" was taken off RU-clip overnight then reappeared the night of June 13-14,2019.

    PHENOMENAL ONE 13 days ago +6

    Who is NOOBMASTER 69??

  • TheJer1963
    TheJer1963 27 days ago

    This should be called 10 videos I stole from someone else and posted as my own. 10,000 thumbs down and this moron still has not got the message.

  • Epicc Potato
    Epicc Potato 2 months ago

    I thought John Titor was made up from Steins;Gate loll

  • Sho Hidari
    Sho Hidari 2 months ago


  • Caden Kimball
    Caden Kimball 2 months ago

  • Wolfendoom
    Wolfendoom 2 months ago

    Number 1, why does blue come up in Google images when you search red?

  • Jerald Dean
    Jerald Dean 2 months ago

    Internet black holes:
    Its quite possible that what is really happening is the messages are being archived to a parallel, inactive page. Trying to track it back would be the biggest challenge, I'm not saying it is impossible, but for someone who isn't tech savvy, maybe.

  • Twitch
    Twitch 3 months ago

    6d9 hahaha

  • Eric Dary
    Eric Dary 3 months ago

    I don’t remember what I had for lunch a year ago!

  • Dont hack my club penguin account or else

    A good chunk of these either have been solved or can be solved easily

  • Mystikman
    Mystikman 3 months ago

    The biggest mysteries is. Why Ar people so dumb to believe in BITCOIN. Is the biggest scam in human history.

  • Pastel Paws
    Pastel Paws 3 months ago

    weejee board

  • Calm
    Calm 4 months ago +1

    /85+98; 8# ;95 @ +7443;+6 85 8# @ 2@6 23 +9::7;8+@53 w3 @re @n0nym0u$

  • World_War_Dragons Gaming

    Here is a cool idea: Top 10 Planeswalkers to have in MTG ARENA

  • face hugger
    face hugger 4 months ago

    Cicada was solved

  • Ezequiel Rock
    Ezequiel Rock 4 months ago

    3:55 LOL

  • User name
    User name 4 months ago +1

    *5:43* EL PSY CONGROO

  • Zoan
    Zoan 4 months ago


  • FilipeMoreira
    FilipeMoreira 5 months ago

    always on DRM.

  • Bro Brolic
    Bro Brolic 5 months ago

    All these interesting subjects and mysteries - yet no explanations of what they were or anything. the amount of detail and information for each subject. "Number _____, this mystery, _______ had people wondering all sorts of things! Next, "

  • John J
    John J 5 months ago

    Time travel would also need to include a RIDICULOUSLY fast space travel. You may think you're sitting still right now, but you're moving because the Earth is moving and the Galaxy is moving. If you could go back in time, you would need to move to where a safe Earthbound spot was which there's almost no way of doing it.

  • Nosgia
    Nosgia 6 months ago

    go commit deep weep down

  • H A R
    H A R 6 months ago

    u know there are schizos who can make websites, right?

  • H A R
    H A R 6 months ago

    ur not a robot, pronounce words and names right please!!

  • FoughtStatue
    FoughtStatue 6 months ago

    I expect Cicada 3301, hard drive sewn in bag that people try to solve on reddit, things like that. You didn’t include those?
    Edit: Saw they included Cicada 3301 on here, but not the hard drive.

  • User name
    User name 6 months ago

    *5:43* 'John Titor' i know that one

  • MaestrO Frags
    MaestrO Frags 7 months ago

    cicaida 3301

  • Freddy Machado
    Freddy Machado 7 months ago +1

    i appreciate the narrators effort to pronounce things correctly in a different language

  • Backyard Stranger
    Backyard Stranger 7 months ago

    The story behind porn clips.

  • P Sweezy
    P Sweezy 7 months ago

    WatchMojo: Six De Nine
    Me: Sixtyyy ninnnneeeee brooo

  • xc5647321 xc5647321
    xc5647321 xc5647321 7 months ago

    Attention 37, message is as follows: 7854 1475 5392 6682 1171 7124 4997 3500 8514 1611.....

  • Whatever That Your Mom Says

    D E E P E R

  • Flax tape Guy
    Flax tape Guy 7 months ago +1

    Where is the despacito spider now?

  • quietboygonewild
    quietboygonewild 7 months ago

    Google "magic wand" and you get a list of vibrators on Google images, now that is a mystery

  • Tiny.t16
    Tiny.t16 7 months ago

    Cicada should be no1

  • Arjun the Rage Guy
    Arjun the Rage Guy 7 months ago

    How do you make these?

  • גור איגר
    גור איגר 7 months ago

    A858 is solved!
    Turns out he was hired by a company we don’t know its name, and that the codes he wrote were just random number strings.

  • MixNix999 X
    MixNix999 X 8 months ago

    Ghosts use internet...ok lol😂

  • Kalpesh Patil
    Kalpesh Patil 8 months ago +1

    john titor
    wow that mysterious character

  • RNM Gamer
    RNM Gamer 8 months ago

    Remote neural monitoring?

  • DevonTheKing
    DevonTheKing 8 months ago


  • Ninja Kitty
    Ninja Kitty 8 months ago

    Unsolved internet mysteries

  • Peth K
    Peth K 8 months ago

    "Many have faith that he is the real deal."... Many believe the Earth is flat...

  • Anton Borges
    Anton Borges 8 months ago


  • Cristian Gavrilescu
    Cristian Gavrilescu 8 months ago

    if Jesus is the truth you can label all as liars, easy

  • KingdomOfPickles
    KingdomOfPickles 8 months ago

    How does Kanye west keep winning awards

  • Turtle Master 24
    Turtle Master 24 8 months ago

    If I had one wish, it would be for Liber Primus to be solved so Cicada 3301's 3rd puzzle can continue.

  • Kei
    Kei 8 months ago

    A858 has been solved now. It was someone who was paid to post weird puzzles by an unknown company. Google 'Solving A858'

  • Bot 1029
    Bot 1029 8 months ago

    #11. Titanic Recorded by Candlelight

  • John Stebbins
    John Stebbins 9 months ago

    Cicada is Bitcoin and used A858 to test its apps' encryption?
    Just a thought.

  • Tina Aoro
    Tina Aoro 9 months ago

    What about

  • Thundachicken Animation's

    My birthday is oct 28....

    WHY U BULLY ME 9 months ago

    I have an internet mystery...

    How do I get out of a computer...

  • jefdachef
    jefdachef 9 months ago

    Cicada has to be #1...

  • • DaMemeKang •
    • DaMemeKang • 10 months ago

    The Jack Froese one was solved (I think) by ScareTheater

  • I Am Sad Studios
    I Am Sad Studios 10 months ago

    Cicada 3301 has been solved. And so has the second Cicada puzzle. I believe Cicada is a organization that requires complete privacy from the rest of the world, watchdogging the world’s privacy settings from behind a mask so convincing, that the actions of the organization are as private as the names of the members, and thus they are truly anonymous. Completely unknown, to the point that they are non-existent.

  • isaacanimates
    isaacanimates 10 months ago

    you dont even show real pictures for some of them

  • Weekday Nerds
    Weekday Nerds 10 months ago

    Joshua did it

  • its_an_avacodo thanks
    its_an_avacodo thanks 10 months ago

    Why wasnt *doki doki lititaure club* on this list

  • KaizzZ Gui
    KaizzZ Gui 10 months ago

    This wasnt funny lol

  • Jayfeather and his stick
    Jayfeather and his stick 10 months ago

    I’m glad to know that when a loved one dies, they’ll still be around to tell me to clean my fucking attic.

  • multiyapples
    multiyapples 10 months ago

    The people behind #9 should be applauded as heroes for standing up to the Cartel.

  • Yuri Green
    Yuri Green 10 months ago


  • Jack Oates
    Jack Oates 10 months ago +1

    Justin Y is a big one.

  • Intra
    Intra 10 months ago

    Cicada 3301 was solved tho... it was an internet security company that was looking for employees. People solved it I think

  • generic username
    generic username 10 months ago

    justin Y

  • LazyPotato
    LazyPotato 10 months ago

    What about Jeff the killer,?

  • Autry Bushong
    Autry Bushong 10 months ago

    Number 15 Burger King Foot Lettuce...

  • hydroshock18
    hydroshock18 11 months ago

    Dark5, anyone?

  • Virulent Stalker
    Virulent Stalker 11 months ago

    Weejee board

  • JamoMamoFamo -
    JamoMamoFamo - 11 months ago

    I need to pee real bad

  • RPGFreak901
    RPGFreak901 11 months ago

    In the video game Steins Gate, you actually get to meet John Titor!

  • Wu Tan Dan
    Wu Tan Dan 11 months ago

    The b roll on this video is laughably bad

  • Frank Smith
    Frank Smith 11 months ago

    Wow, pronounced Satoshi Nakamoto's name correctly; excellent.

  • Mhairi Gibbons
    Mhairi Gibbons 11 months ago

    *gasp* Jon Tyder is the Doctor!

  • ShadoeFax
    ShadoeFax 11 months ago

    #10 dead guy emails is 100% someone who has one of his old devices i.e. phone, tablet & 100% the device(s) were logged in already and one of his friends or family sent em.

  • conflictedcyanide
    conflictedcyanide 11 months ago

    The mystery of Jack from Unbox Therapy?

  • Luis Perez
    Luis Perez 11 months ago

    This list is almost an exact copy of All Time 10's list of the same topic. And their's is probably a copy or recollection of other people's list

  • Annika m
    Annika m 11 months ago

    add @TheSunVanished on twitter to this list

  • Molo Lo
    Molo Lo Year ago

    #10 Easy. There has been websites around since the inception of email that would allow for time delayed emails. Hell i sent myself an email when i was 15 for when i turned 25 and i got it. This guy probabbly spent an entire day just fucking with his friends with the website. Not really hard to solve...........Anyone with a computer and enough free time will find stuff to keep them entertained.

  • Casecase
    Casecase Year ago

    You should have put the dark web

  • Pita Ariel
    Pita Ariel Year ago

    A los de valor por Tamaulipas sí los mataron, pero fue de casualidad...

  • Francis S.
    Francis S. Year ago

    Actually, the biggest mystery is when we're gonna get top 10 anime betrayals part 2.

  • Jamie Bainbridge
    Jamie Bainbridge Year ago

    Internet black holes: What an absolute heap of shit. A Black Hole Route is a technical term which is completely understood because humans invented it. They even have a Wikipedia page.

  • Bowen Orcutt
    Bowen Orcutt Year ago

    Hate to be a buzzkill, but #10's obvious. He just gave someone his email password and got them to send some pre-written emails. Or if they reference stuff that happened recently, said person just wrote some themselves.

  • Ping Pong
    Ping Pong Year ago

    Luige board

  • Dimitri NerdRocks BR

    a weegee board (he is watching his soul and other thing)

  • Kyle
    Kyle Year ago

    Just one thing of the black holes
    Have you ever inserted private information
    Haha now think who has on his hands that information =)

  • eva miller
    eva miller Year ago

    cicada was an cia recruitment thing though wasn't it

  • dang pham
    dang pham Year ago

    #15 burger king foot lecture

  • Angel Page
    Angel Page Year ago

    666k views holy fuck

  • RpgPlay21
    RpgPlay21 Year ago

    666k views lol

  • P1X3L D3L74
    P1X3L D3L74 Year ago

    They could’ve gone onto for Jack Frose