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15May/130

Isdal Woman

An unsolved Norwegian murder - if only there was a humourless detective in an unpleasant jumper who could help...

Shame, it looks so nice there

Shame, it looks so nice there

The Isdal woman (NorwegianIsdalskvinnen) is the subject of an unsolved case involving an unidentified woman found dead at Isdalen Valley in BergenNorway on 29 November 1970. Considered one of Norway's most profound mysteries, the case has been the subject of intense speculation over the years regarding the identity of the victim, the events leading up to her death and the cause of death. Public interest in the case remains significant.

The woman was found in a part of Isdalen popularly known as "Death Valley", which lies in the direction towards Mount Ulriken. Next to the scene police found a burned-out passport. The autopsy showed that the woman had suffered blunt force trauma to the neck and had taken several sleeping pills before she died. The official police report concluded suicide, but this conclusion is highly controversial. 

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