In 1987, Singapore police learnt about a grisly murder that took place three years before. Was a crime committed, or was it all just a hoax?
In 1987, Singapore police were informed about a grisly murder that took place three years before. According to the informant, three men had killed a caretaker in an Orchard Road church and dismembered his body. They cooked his remains into a curry, then scooped it into black plastic bags and went about disposing of it across town, in various public trash cans. Did this actually happen, or was it all a sick hoax? Or was it perhaps the perfect murder?
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