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The Mystery Of The Isdal Woman

Each time new evidence emerges in this cold case, new questions arise

The Isdal Woman remains one of the most notorious unsolved cases in history Image from Norway Police

On November 29, 1970, a family hike in the Isdalen Valley (Bergen, Norway) led to a decades-long mystery. The hikers found a woman’s dead body. She was hidden between rocks.

Police noted that this was not a typical case right when they arrived on the scene. For starters…




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