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The Enigmatic Death of the Isdal Woman

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  • Published on Feb 16, 2018

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  • I think it's very possible that she could have been a spy. Eventually, she realized that someone was on her trail and the only way to escape capture and possible torture was to commit suicide before she could be cought. So she took the sleeping pills, and once she felt like she wouldn't feel the pain of the fire, burned herself in an attempt to hide her identity. The bruise was probably from an earlier time, possibly a run in with the person/people she was hiding from. Also, the jewelry was probably removed before her suicide. As for the luggage, she probably dropped them at the station when she realized she was being followed. In my mind, it all adds up.

  • YOU'VE BEEN BANGED

  • If I were a spy that wanted to commit suicide, I would want to get rid of my body. Mabey she tried to burn away the evidence that she even existed but failed

  • seems like a case for C. C. Tinsley

  • Can we get merch that says "breadsticks, boots, burning myself alive" pls and thanx

  • Whether suicide or murder, the fire seems more to prevent her ever being identified. It clearly worked

  • Playing on her being a spy there is an aspect to this that came to my mind, she is not really dead. Okay so she was a spy then realizing that there were people on her tail she got a dead body of somone with her body tipe that commited suicied and burned it leaving behind some of her belongings to throw people of her making them belive it was really her. Meaning that body is not hers but another person that had commited suicide or she had forced to commit suicide

  • Shane likes a plot that's thicker than a bowl of oatmeal

  • This case is uncannily similar to the Somerton man case in Australia (also thought to be a possible spy — I think that case is dated to 1948). In fact many details are identical: tags cut out of clothes, strangely well dressed for location, suitcase found later with items suggesting possible espionage connection, sheet with codes, apparently killed by some kind of poison in a very high dose (this woman had the large amount of pills in her system).

  • A spy, most likely being chased, committed suicide and made sure there was no way to track her identity?

  • "Breadsticks, boots, burning myself alive" is going to be my tinder bio

  • ...did the teeth smell like garlic?

  • What if she knew she was going to be set on fire beforehand? It would give her reason to swallow all the pills - if there was a chance she could fall asleep before she could feel the flames?? She must’ve been murdered. She saw it coming.

  • The DNA test saying she was north american and the dental test saying she grew up in germany/france can simply mean that she was born to north american parents and grew up in germany/france. Its not either/or.

  • Suicide. I see her connection between removing labels, and burning herself to prevent any identification. It worked too. I really don't think it was a hit. If a professional or an organization wanted to take her out due to espionage, I don't think they would have lingered around waiting for someone to swallow 50-70 pills. I don't even believe a scorned lover, someone seeking revenge, or a random act would show her mercy with sleeping pills. That seems strictly like a suicide motive, coupled with her compulsion to remove any identifiers. Her jewelry was also set aside nicely, which sounds like something she would do in preparation because of her affinity to aesthetics and materials. A murderer would have stolen them or left them on the body.

  • Not going to lie, I wait for these all week and get so excited when it's Friday.

  • just for those who are curious... burnt flesh doesn't smell like barbecue... it actually smells kind of sickly sweet, with a hint of that smell you get when your hair gets caught in the hairdryer.

  • I just realized.. Bergen, norway and the video it’s the dessert.. what? Have they seen Bergen? Norway in general?0001f6020001f602

  • "Isdal" means "Ice valley" in Norwegian, it's also a Norwegian surname...

  • Spy? Maybe a woman with a wealthy husband that she was trying to escape. That's why she had money and multiple Identities and disguises. Maybe a mob wife ? Saw something she shouldn't have and decided to disappear?