The Isdal Woman | Norway

Episode 189,  Jul 03, 09:30 PM

The identity of a dead woman found in Norway remains a mystery. Was she a spy, a criminal, or simply someone who did not want to be found?

In November 1970, the charred body of a woman was discovered in a remote location in Isdal, near Bergen, Norway. Many strange clues emerged: all the labels had been removed from her clothing, a notebook with coded notes, disguises, and fake identities. Who was the Isdal woman, and how did she end up dead in Ice Valley?
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