THE GREAT CASE OF THE ISDAL WOMAN, AN UNSOLVED MYSTERY.
found in death valley, a woman with eight passports and no real name to reveal who she was died in the year 1970 of november 29th in norway. the lady’s body was burnt horribly, she wore celebrity boots with a woollen jumper.
police found with her a charred umbrella, two water bottles, and a near empty bottle locally produced liqueur. it was revealed she died of an overdose of fifty sleeping pills in her system— however — evidence has shown smoke inhalation showed she was still alive when she was set on fire.
the lady was believed to be in her thirties who lived in germany. oddly enough when the lady had passed, all the items that she owned; the labels and logos were taken off, or cut out so her origin could not be solved.
since the fact that she had different wigs, passports and names, it was suggested, or heavily implied that she was a spy.
first picture shows the celebrity boots.
second picture shows the hidden messages of notes shown in her baggage, which was later found out to be where she had went to, all the places she stayed at.
third picture was her funeral.
fourth picture was where she was found on death valley.
fifth picture is a drawing of what she looked like.
sixth picture was a picture drawn in the seventies of what she looked like.