Agatha Christie, the acclaimed mystery author, vanished on the evening of December 3, 1926. What transpired during those 11 days of missing is still a mystery worthy of a narrative in one of Christie's books. Why did Christie vanish so abruptly, and why did she never speak about those 11 days? The police devoted a massive amount of resources to the hunt for Agatha Christie, using 1,000 officers, hounds, and even planes for overhead searches.
Civilians also joined the extensive pursuit for Mrs. Christie, only for the search to be abruptly ended eleven days later when Agatha appeared at a hotel and spa in Harrogate, a town in northern England. Clothes and an expired driver's license were discovered in the car,