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Posted 6/18/15

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The Isdal Woman
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isdal_Woman


On 29 November 1970 at approximately 13:15, while hiking in the foothills of Mount Ulriken's north face, in an area known as the Isdalen Valley, a university professor and his two young daughters came across the partially charred remains of a naked woman hidden among some rocks at a remote hiking trail. Present at the scene were a dozen pink sleeping pills, a packed lunch, an empty quart bottle of liqueur, and two plastic bottles that smelled of gasoline. A full scale murder investigation was immediately initiated and the case has since evolved to become the most comprehensive criminal case by the Bergen police.

She had died from a combination of burns and carbon monoxide poisoning, and an autopsy showed traces of at least 50 sleeping pills in her body. Her neck bore a bruise, possibly the result of a blow.



Im absolutely fascinated by the Isdal women. My guess is she was a spy of some kind.
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My lost sock




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Jack the Ripper is clearly the most famous unsolved murders of all time, but have you ever heard of the Axeman of New Orleans? You may want to do a Wikipedia search on him. Same with Lizzie Borden and the Zodiac Killer. Then there are the stories of people who vanished without a trace. Some classic examples are Jimmy Hoffa, Joseph Force Crater, Ambrose Bierce, and DB Cooper.
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Anyone here ever heard of DB Cooper / Dan Cooper.

Dude was one of the first plane hijackers, and one of the reasons early security protocols were put in place on airplanes. He basically hijacked a plane after saying he had a bomb, demanding ransom money for the plane's safe landing. The FBI became involved. After he was given his money, he unloaded the passengers, minus a couple flight attendants & the pilots, and instructed them to fly to Mexico.Though he ended up parachuting over Nevada, refusing assistance from the crew in setting up his chute-- never to be seen again, money in tow, after realizing that the Feds were probably waiting for him at his intended destination.

The majority of the cash he parachuted with was never recovered, a portion was found by a kid years later, little other physical evidence has been found.

Many people have come forward claiming to be Cooper, or have deemed someone else they know to be Cooper, but all suspects have been disproven by evidence.

I find his case to be incredibly interesting for some reason. You gotta wonder if the perp is still alive today, and if he was, what he did with his money, or if he died. You also gotta wonder what his motive was, was he so desperate or broke, or did he do it just to do it? Though I also say the same of many unknown serial killer's cases.
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Who fell for that Lam thing? You want the lift moving, you don't move into its censors. She's obviously acting there. Probably tricked into it by the killer.
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I think Lam may've been under the influence of something. Can't drugs deteriorate or leak out of a body, even if the body is dead? Like, I believe in paranormal stuff, and I honestly think the hand twisting part of the video is quite dubious, but idk, I think she was either having some kind of episode or on drugs, if they could seep out of her system after death.
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Closed because OP nuked.
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