Swedish born journalist Kim Wall was found dead and apparently headless after taking a trip on Peter Madsen’s submarine the ‘Nautilus’ in Denmark . After initially claiming that he dropped Kim Wall off safely on shore Madsen changed his story said that Kim Wall was beheaded after an ‘accident’ and was ‘buried at sea’ .
A few facts about Kim Wall :
- Kim Wall was a freelance journalist who’s work was published in the Guardian , Time and the New York Times , amongst other publications .
- Kim Wall studied International Relations at the spooky London School of Economics (LSE) .
- In 2015 Kim Wall spent several months on the US controlled Marshall Islands investigating the legacy of post WWII nuclear testing by the US administration . It is said that islanders in the region were used as guinea pigs in a large scale experiment regarding the effects of a nuclear detonation .
- Amongst many topics Kim Wall had also investigated ‘bio-hacking’ and ‘real life vampires’ .
A few facts about Peter Madsen :
- Wikipedia describes Peter Madsen as a ‘self-taught aerospace engineer , artist and submarine builder’ .
- Peter Madsen built his own submarine called the ‘Nautilus’ . The original USS Nautilus was the worlds first nuclear powered submarine .
- Peter Madsen co-founded Copenhagen Suborbitals along with Kristian von Bengtson . Copenhagen Suborbitals is self described as the ‘World’s only amateur space project’ .
- Kristian von Bengtson was a former contractor for NASA .
- Kristian von Bengtson left Copenhagen Suborbitals after a disagreement with Madsen .
- Kristian von Bengtson then joined the Mars One project which hopes to colonise Mars .
Cultocracy note :
A suspicious death if ever there was one .
- Missing journalist Kim Wall ‘died in an accident,’ submarine owner says
- Danish Police: Submarine Owner Says Kim Wall Buried At Sea
- Kim Wall: Danish police confirm headless body of woman belongs to submarine journalist
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- Marshall Islands Dose Assessment Program
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- U. S. Nuclear Testing on the Marshal Islands: 1946-1958 (PDF)
- US Vaporized Marshall Islands, Performed Human Experimentation on Natives