On the evening of July 9th, 1890, Van Gogh arrived at his house, holding his stomach. He reported to his daughter that he had taken a revolver and tried to commit suicide. According to the account, he had gone out to the wheat field where he often painted and passed out after shooting himself. He told all this to his daughter, who didn’t tell this story until 50 years had passed, and the story often changed.
The Beaumont Children, also known as Jane Nartare Beaumont (9 years old), Arnna Kathleen Beaumont (seven years old), and Grant Ellis Beaumont (four years old), were three Australian siblings who vanished from Glenelg Beach near Adelaide, South Australia, leading to rumors of a kidnapping and murder and becoming a widely popularized case in the country.