The Ultimate Murder Mystery in History

About the ultimate murder mystery, history and information about the unsolved crime.


The Ultimate Murder Mystery. "On New Year's Day, 1963, 2 bodies were found in a lovers' lane by the Lane Cove River in Sydney, Australia. They belonged to Dr. Stanley Bogle, the country's top research physicist, and his girl friend. Both were partially undressed, but covered with newspapers. Since then the combined efforts of local police, the FBI, and Interpol have been unable to discover: (a) How they were killed; (b) Why they were killed; (c) Who killed them. This is the only case in the annals of criminology where all 3 of these salient questions have remained unanswered."

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