Here is a list of 10 famous writers who disappeared mysteriously.
If you are aware of the detective genre, you know who Agatha Christie is. She was popular for her 66 detective novels and 14 short story collections.
American short story writer, poet, journalist, and American Civil War veteran Ambrose Bierce was born in Meigs County, Ohio on June 24, 1842.
French writer, poet, journalist, and aristocrat Antoine de Saint-Exupéry was born in Lyron, France on June 29, 1900. He is best remembered for The Little Prince.
American child prodigy writer Barbara Newhall Follett was born in Hanover, New Hampshire on March 4, 1914. The House Without Windows, her first novel was published when she was just twelve years old.
American poet, writer, and critic, Edgar Allan Poe were born in Boston, U.S. on January 19, 1809. Poe is considered to be the inventor of detective fiction.
Ham Ian Macintosh was born on July 26, 1940, in Inverness, Scotland. He was a British Navy officer, a thriller novel writer, and a screenwriter for British television.
German novelist Irmgard Keun was born in Charlottenburg on February 6, 1905. She is noted for her portrayals of the life of women.
Mexican-American politician, activist, and novelist Oscar Acosta Fierro was born on April 8, 1935, in El Paso, Texas. He was popular for his novels Autobiography of a Brown Buffalo and The Revolt of the Cockroach People.
American abolitionist and author of Twelve Years a Slave, Solomon Northup was born on July 10, 1807, or 1808 in Minerva, New York. Solomon was the son of a freed slave and a free woman of color.
Kees remained creative throughout his life from studying, and painting, to playing jazz music, until he disappeared in 1955. Weldon was born on February 24, 1914, in Beatrice, Nebraska.