In 1970 a woman’s badly burnt body was found in the woods near Bergen, Norway alongside a suitcase full of secret codes, wigs and eight fake passports, police were dumbfounded.
Who was she – and why had she been killed?
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Back to today’s episode, Marit Higraff is an investigative reporter for the Norwegian broadcaster NRK, and is the co-presenter of Death in Ice Valley. She tells us why the identity of a badly burnt woman’s body, found in a remote valley, has perplexed Norwegians for nearly half a century.
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