In November 1970, the partially burned corpse of a woman was discovered near Bergen, Norway, leading to one of the most intensive investigations in Norwegian history, which is still a source of controversy to this day, with allegations of espionage and cover-ups.
Boy in the Box
In Philadelphia on February 25th, 1957 a would-be peeping tom discovers a box with the body of a young boy in it. The boy has never been identified, despite diligent work from many different organizations. Who was this boy, and why was he killed?
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In post WWII Germany the Colorado potato beetle began decimating crops. No one knows why they appeared that in such great numbers that season. Did the US dropped them there as a form of biological warfare, did they just happen to accidentally invade, or was it someone else?
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