Mystery 12: Going Coastal
This week we're sharing seaside stories.
Jonatan shares the tale of 22-year-old Jessie Earl who disappeared from her flat with no signs of a struggle or planning. Her remains were found almost nine years later by the nearby cliffs. Was a Scottish serial killer responsible or is her killer still on the loose?
Ana talks about the Peter Bergmann case involving an unknown man found on a beach in Ireland in mysterious circumstances. For obvious reasons it's often compared to the Tamam Shud case (aka the Somerton Man) but is the answer right in front of us?
We'd love to know your theories on our latest mysteries. Reach out on Twitter, @crimebythebar or by email, firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll read our favorite ones on during the next mystery episode.
CN: murder, disappearances, unknown persons
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