On February 19th, 2013, Elisa Lam was found dead in a water tank, after the hotel owning the water tanks started receiving complaints about the water. After checking the security cameras, footage of the last time Elisa Lam was seen before her death was released.
In the video, Elisa makes strange gestures to an unseen figure in the distance, and appears as if she is attempting to hide at certain parts. She presses many buttons in the elevator multiple times, yet nothing appears to be working. Finally, after she leaves the faulty elevator it immediately starts working.
Many people have questioned her strange behaviour in the video, yet there is no explanation. Some have claimed she was taking hallucinogenic drugs, yet it has been proven that there were no drugs in her body.
Many people also wonder why she was in the hotel in the first place. The hotel was not one of high quality, and it had many negative reviews.
Despite countless theories, nobody knows what happened to her.
In 1948, a man was found dead on an Australian beach. All pieces of evidence that could have been used to identify the man had been removed. However, police discovered a hidden pocket inside of his trousers. The pocket had a small piece of paper in it that said Taman Shud, which is Persian for “finished” or “ended.” The paper was ripped from a poem. The rest of the poem was found nearby in a parked car, next to a code that is yet to be deciphered. Nobody has figured out who this man was, who killed him, or anything else about the case.
Who Put Bella in the Wych Elm?
In 1943, four boys were poaching in a forest near Hagley, Worcestershire. They found a tall tree called a Wych Elm, and they decided to climb it in attempts to find bird’s nests. They soon found a skull inside of the tree and a severed hand nearby.
When the boys showed the police the area, the police found a wedding ring and tattered clothing nearby. The body could not be identified, and no suspects were ever found.
However, in the years after the boys found the dead body, strange graffiti began appearing in the town. The graffiti would always say “Who put Bella in the Wych Elm?”
The creator of the graffiti was soon caught, however their name was never released. Police did not believe that the graffiti artist was involved in the possible murder.