On a sad Xmas Eve in 1945, a fire broke out in the home of the Sodder family, killing five of George and Jennie Sodder’s children. Oddly in aftermath when searching for the children bodes, none could be found. This was incredibly strange since the house burned too quickly for the children to be completely cremated.
Gunther Stoll kept telling his wife that “they” were after him right before his death. On the night of his death, he was with his wife before suddenly shouting, Now I’ve got it!” and writing YOGTZE on a chair. Then he got in his car and left and was found dead at 3am that night in his Volkswagen.
He was completely naked. Stranger still, the autopsy revealed he had been injured before the crash, and run over by another car in a different spot. Many questions remain, and none less than the meaning of “YOGTZE”.
In 1922, 63-year-old Andreas Gruber, his wife Cazilia, their widowed daughter and her two children, and their maid Maria Baumgartner all lived in a small Bavarian village. Suddenly one night the entire family was found murdered and the perpetrator was never found.
Before the killings, the family spoke about ‘hauntings during the nights. The only evidence of the murderer was the murder weapon, a pickaxe, and smoke from a fire that had burned that night.