Have you Heard The Horror Mystery Story of The ‘Lost Girls Of Panama?’

This is an intriguing true crime story that continues to puzzle investigators even today.

In 2014, two Dutch tourists, Kris Kremers and Lisanne Froon, embarked on a hiking adventure in Panama but tragically never made it back. Several months later, authorities made a haunting discovery - the remains of their bleached bones along with unsettling images on their recovered phones.

Subsequent investigations into their mysterious disappearance unveiled a harrowing narrative, involving their struggle for survival in the dense jungle, potential foul play, and even the dark underbelly of sex trafficking.
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From The Daily Beast

A few months after their disappearance, a backpack containing their phones, camera, money and some clothes washed up on the banks of the Culebra river.

On the camera, scores of photos were found, including a dark series of pictures shot at night. Panamanian authorities hoped it would shed some light on what had happened, maybe even trace back to the girls. But time was scarce and expectations were overshadowed by the near impossibility for anyone, even experienced jungle dwellers, to survive the rough terrain, endless rain and remorseless torrents created by the rainy season, now in full swing.

Despite the months of searches, in which no effort or expense was spared, Lisanne Froon and Kris Kremers would not be found. It wasn’t until August of that year that bits of their bones were recovered.

Despite the persistent enigma surrounding the girls' untimely demise, two dedicated private investigators, Marja West and Jürgen Snoeren, have delved into an exhaustive research journey for their book on the subject. They hold the belief that the tragic event leading to the girls' death was, in fact, an unfortunate accident.

Taking in all that info step by step brought them closer to those final 11 days in the lives of the girls, leading up to their death. An ending that, according to West and Snoeren, had to be accidental. “It actually came as a surprise to us too, but our conclusion had to be that it was an accident. It took us quite some time to get there.”

But there had been a turnkey moment, and it had everything to do with the way the girls’ belongings and remains were found. Snoeren had called West and told her: “With all that I’m reading now in the police file, it couldn’t be anything else… there was a certain sequence and timing to it, that had to be caused by the flash floods, typical to the region and season. Those flash floods made staging scenes or strategically placing items impossible.”


Well, even with West and Snoeren's opinion that their deaths were accidental, their case still remains unsolved. 

I suppose time will tell if this theory is indeed true.

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