Published: Wed, May 15, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Mysterious Crossbow Deaths Shake Idyllic Hotel in Germany's Bavaria

Mysterious Crossbow Deaths Shake Idyllic Hotel in Germany's Bavaria

As a press spokesman for the police said Gifhorn the star, wanted to notify police, members of one of the dead women of Passau, and clashed on Monday morning in the Wittinger apartment with two female bodies.

News agency DPA reported on Sunday that employees of a hotel in the town of Passau found the bodies and two crossbows in the room.

The guesthouse which stands near the Ilz river surrounded by trees in Passau, Bavaria, where two women and a man were found dead on Saturday.

Two crossbows were found on Saturday and police located a third, unused crossbow inside a bag on Monday.

The German police said that the nature of the relationship between the three victims in Passau was still unclear.

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They were met with a freaky and horrifying scene - a 54-year-old man and two women, aged 30 and 33, dead with crossbow bolts through their mid-sections and two crossbows lying on the floor.

"There is now no indication of the possible participation of other persons" Passau police wrote in a statement released on Monday.

The man and the elder of the two women are from the village of Berod in south-western Germany, while the younger woman was last registered as living in Wittingen at the flat in which the bodies of the two other women were discovered. It unknown at this point whether those two people were also killed with a crossbow, or to what extent the deaths are linked.

According to the BBC, another hotel guest who was on a short stay told local newspaper Passauer Neue Presse it had been a "completely quiet night". The German prosecutor's office ordered an autopsy.

The town is a popular tourist spot, especially for hikers heading into the Bavarian Forest.

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