Wednesday, August 10, 2011


I’ll admit that I’d never really given it much thought before, but ordinary crimes continued as before while the Nazis were in charge in Germany, including serial murder. One such killer was attacking and often killing women on the S-Bahn Railway during nightly blackouts. To complicate matters, however, the killer threw his victims on the train tracks, and in the blackout conditions the trains often ran over those unfortunates. So the police first had to figure out if a corpse was that of an accident victim (accidents were common during the blackouts), or if that person had been dead when her body first hit the tracks:


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