Unsolved Mysteries Episode 8: A Death in Oslo
- Nov 26 2020
- Length: 56 mins
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At 10:44pm on May 31, 1995, a woman named Jennifer Fairgate checked into the Plaza Hotel in Oslo, Norway. It was the most exclusive hotel in Norway at the time. Two days into her stay, a security officer at the hotel knocked on the door to her room. Within seconds a gunshot rang out. When the police arrived, they found the woman dead on the bed. It turned out that she'd given a false name at check in. So who was this woman? Did she die by suicide or was she the victim of a murder? Was she a secret agent who had been assimilated on the job? PATRICK AND GILLIAN HAVE A LOT OF STRONG OPINIONS ABOUT THIS ONE!
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I love these two. So good
I just found this podcast and love it! I love true crime podcast and know nearly all of these stories, but I think like these two host. I am always questioning and finding the comical parts of investigations. This is right up my alley. Bravo you two, well done! 🤣
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