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The Queen Elizabeth II docked just behind the Roanoke Festival Park and Roanoke Adventure Museum buildings.

The Queen Elizabeth II docked just behind the Roanoke Festival Park and Roanoke Adventure Museum buildings.

We all love playing amateur detective at one time or another. This explains the enduring popularity of mystery novels and detective shows and the reason we’re drawn to dig through records to discover the secrets of our own families’ past on Ancestry. If you find yourself particularly good at digging up the long-buried truth —… Read more

We all love playing amateur detective at one time or another. This explains the enduring popularity of mystery novels and detective shows and the reason we’re drawn to dig through records to discover the secrets of our own families’ past on Ancestry. If you find yourself particularly good at digging up the long-buried truth —… Read more

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Lost Colony of Roanoke: How People Vanished?

Perhaps the most mysterious case of mass disappearance is the so-called “lost colony” of Roanoke Island. In 1587 a group of 114 people settled the island in an attempt to establish a permanent colony in the New World, but a bitterly harsh growing season and fear of the local Indian tribes led the group to send their leader, John White, back to England for assistance.

Top 10 Unexplained Disappearances

Perhaps the most mysterious case of mass disappearance is the so-called “lost colony” of Roanoke Island. In 1587 a group of 114 people settled the island in an attempt to establish a permanent colony in the New World, but a bitterly harsh growing season and fear of the local Indian tribes led the group to send their leader, John White, back to England for assistance.

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