On November 29, 1970, hikers found the body of dead woman located in Isdalen, outside of Bergen, Norway.
Boxes at the railway station were checked, and the police found clothing, a wig, eyeglasses , similar silver spoons, 500 German marks and 130 Norwegian crowns, also a black notebook with number and letter codes. All labels had been removed from the clothing, and all identifying things removed from the luggage.
She traveled through Europe and stayed in several hotels using false names:
- Genevieve Lancier
- Claudia Tielt
- Vera Jarle
- Elisabeth Leenhouwer
- Fenella Lorch
- Alexia Zerner-Merches
Reconstruction of victim made by Stephen Missal
- Date found: November 29, 1970
- Place found: Bergen, Norway
- Race: Caucasian
- Gender: Female
- Age: 25-45
- Height: 164 cm
- Weight: 56 kg
- Eye Color: Brown
- Hair Color: Black to brown worn in a ponytail with a blue and white print ribbon
- Distinguishing Marks: Marked spacing between the two front teeth. Broad hips, small ears and a round face. She spoke German, English, Belgian and French with an unknown accent. She was said to have smoked South State cigarettes.
- Estimated Date of Dead: Several days prior
- Cause of Death: Fenemal and carbon-monoxide poisoning, charred/burned
- Clothing: Dark blue bubble jacket with a belt with lockable rings, blue knitted jacket, black outer trousers, large checkered green and blue shawl made from wool, semi-long blue rubber boots with white upper rim, drawstrings in front. Brown faux fur cape.
- Jewelry: “Solo” watch made of steel. Round gold filigree earrings. Gold ring set with large cameo
- Personal Items: Used wigs. Blue nylon ladies umbrella. Two suitcases containing clothing, a comb, hairbrush, cosmetics, some teaspoons and a tube of eczema cream with a name and doctor’s name scraped off. Next of her body a St. Hallvards liquor bottle, 2 plastic bottles smelling of gasoline, a glass that had contained sleeping pills Fenemal, and a silver spoon with the monogram filed off were found
- Dentals: Available. Distinctive dentistry, including unusual gold crowns. 14 full or partial root canals. Possibly performed Far East, Central/Southern Europe or South America. Bottom wisdom teeth present. Marked spacing between the two foremost teeth in upper jaw.
- Fingerprints: Available
- DNA: Available
If you have any information please contact
- Agency: Kripos
- Phone Number: 22 22 37 00
- Case Number: N/A