UNNERVING AND DISTURBING CRIMES
Added on: 26th Sep 2016
LAKE BODOM MURDERS
On June 5, 1960, four teenagers went camping on the shores
of Lake Bodom in Finland. Early in the morning 3 of them
were murdered with a knife. The survivor, Nils Wilhelm,
was charged 44 years later but then acquitted.
MURDER OF JONBENET RAMSEY
In 1996 police found the body of 8 year old JonBenet in the
basement of her family’s Colorado home. Initially the parents
were suspected on allegations of child abuse but the
controversial case has still not been solved.
ASSASSINATION OF OLOF PALME
Olof Palme, Prime Minister of Sweden, was murdered on
February 28, 1986 in Stockholm, Sweden. He was fatally
shot while walking home from the cinema with his wife.
Even though more than 130 people have
confessed to the crime, it remains unsolved.
DYATLOV PASS INCIDENT
In 1959, nine skiers/hikers were killed in the northern Ural
Mountains of Russia. They had apparently cut open their
tents from the inside in order to escape whatever
eventually killed them. Theories range from
enraged local tribesmen to an avalanche.
THE MURDER OF KEN MCELROY
Ken McElroy was the town bully of Skidmore, Missouri.
One day he was shot in broad daylight in front of 46
witnesses, including his wife. Nobody called an ambulance
and upon being interviewed nobody except for his
wife could name a suspect. The DA declined to press
charges and no shooter was ever named.
WEST MESA MURDERS
This refers to the case of 11 women being found buried
in the desert outside of Albuquerque, New Mexico
in 2009. No suspects have been named.
DISAPPEARANCE OF MAURA MURRAY
Maura Murray disappeared on the evening of February 9,
2004 after crashing her car on route 112 in Haverhill,
New Hampshire. A nursing student at University of
Massachusetts, she had told her professors early in the
week that she had a family emergency. No such
THE CASE OF BRADFORD BISHOP
A foreign service officer, in 1976 Bradford murdered his
wife and children in Maryland and then disappeared.
Since then numerous sightings have been reported in
Europe but because he worked for the foreign service and
immigration/air travel it was harder to track
back then, the case is cold for now.