The Atlas Vampire Murder has rightfully earned its place among the oddest unsolved crimes of all time. In 1932 Sweden, sex worker Lilly Lindeström went into her room with what was almost certainly a paying client. A few days later, police discovered her dead body in that same room. Unfortunately, there's very little that police were able to ascertain about the details of this case. The lack of evidence makes it highly likely no one will ever solve this mystery.
How does someone kill another person in a populated building without anyone hearing anything? Even more disturbing is that Lindeström's body was found drained of blood but there was no evidence as to how it had been drained. She hadn't been hung upside down and there was no entry point where a siphon could have sucked the blood from her. As a result, this is by far one of the most notable unsolved Swedish murders. The murderer, nicknamed the Atlas Vampire, is probably long dead by now. Unless, of course, he truly is an undead bloodsucker. Here's all the strange details of this bizarre unsolved murder.
The Killer Drank The Victim's Blood With A Gravy Ladle
The Atlas Vampire Left A Disgusting Sexual Calling Card
Lilly's Death Was Brutal, But The Killer Was Tidy
Lilly Was Last Seen Asking A Friend For Some Condoms
There Was Tons Of DNA Evidence, But No Way To Test It
Lilly Was Dead For A Few Days Before Police Found Her Body