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The Tamam Shud Case, also known as the Mystery of the Somerton Man, is one of Australia's most profound mysteries of all time. On the 1st of December 1948,the body of a man was found on the foreshore of Somerton beach, Glenelg, just south of Adelaide, South Australia. The identity of the man and the circumstances of his death remain almost as unknown today as they were then. Much research and effort has been applied by many people from around the globe and the information we have here on this wiki is constantly being reviewed and updated
There are a number of websites dedicated to this most perplexing mystery, but what is different here is that we aim to provide researchers in this space with as much relevant and up to date information on the many aspects of the case as possible. Wherever and whenever we can we will provide substantiation of the information together with reference links. I have included links to some other better known and reliable websites covering the case, on the Useful Links page.
As of 25th November 2019, this site has been revitalised and has a new admin team. We acknowledge the great work put into setting up the initial pages by the founder without which this wiki would simply not exist.
NEW PAGES added 28th November 2019:
we have two very important finds to report on, both involve the discovery of an acrostic coded name 'DANETTA'. The first instance was found in the last letter of a man whose body was discovered in the Victoria Hotel in Hindley Street Adelaide 2 weeks to the day after the Somerton Man was found on the beach.
The second instance was found in the Somerton Man Code Page. Both followed sequential number sequences.
- TIBOR KALDOR LAST LETTER. 'DANETTA' ACROSTIC CODE FOUND AND EXPLAINED
- THE SOMERTON MAN CODE PAGE, 'DANETTA' ACROSTIC CODE FOUND
Newspaper Articles and more
The Unknown Man