The Half-Century-Old Mystery of the Isdal Woman
A woman's badly burned body is found in a remote Norwegian valley, and over 50 years later we still don’t know who she was. A slew of strange clues along with her manner of death has captured people's attention since the day she was found. — On November 29, 1970, the body of an unidentified woman was found in a remote area of the Isdalen Valley near Bergen, Norway. The case has become one of Norway’s most enduring mysteries, with investigators still struggling to unravel the woman’s true identity and the circumstances of her death.