[tps_header]Murder can be a tricky thing to prove: just listen to a few episodes of Serial and you’ll learn just how hard it can be to get the evidence to match up to the crime. Unreliable witnesses, questionable motives, and confusing timelines can all make pinning down the bad guy harder than it seems.
And, as we all know, you need a body in order to have a murder: sometimes, though, those bodies are found in some…”unique” places. Here are some of the weirdest places they’ve ever found a body.[/tps_header]
1.) Blair Adams
In 1966, Blair Adams suddenly became convinced that someone was trying to kill him. He drove from his home in British Columbia to Seattle. He then flew from the airport there to Washington D.C and rented a car that he drove to Knoxville. There he checked into a motel where his body was later found naked from the waist down. Police are still unsure if his death was due to a mental breakdown, or there was some legitimacy to Adams’ fears.
2.) Tim Molnar
In 1984, 19-year-old Floridian Tim Molnar left to pick up his little brother from school. He never returned, and his body was never found. Two years later his case was featured on an episode of “Unsolved Mysteries.” After the show, someone called in to say that the unidentified body of the young man had been found freezing in Wisconsin. His body still had the keys to the Molnar family house.