Every once in a while, there is a coded message found that has never been cracked or decoded. Imagine what a feather in your cap it would be if you could crack both the code and possibly the case in one fell swoop.
The YOG’TZE Case
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Before his death in 1984, Gunther Stoll told his wife that he was being stalked by an unspecified “they” and that his life was in jeopardy. She feared he was losing his mind.
On the day he died, he cried out, “I’ve got it!” He wrote “YOG’TZE” on a piece of paper and rushed out of his home.
That night, Stoll was found dead in a car that had crashed into a ditch. Naked, he was at the wheel with only the paper that read “YOG’TZE” on him. At first, police figured that he had just gotten drunk and crashed.
But the autopsy revealed that he wasn’t the driver. Stoll had been run over by a car and placed naked inside of it by the person who killed him.
Nobody knows what “YOG’TZE” means. His mysterious death, though, makes it seem possible that someone really was stalking him. “YOG’TZE” might just hold the key to the identity of this person.
Yep, I'd say that there was a good old fashioned mystery here. Might be fun for someone to try and figure the whole thing out.
Coffee out on the patio once again. Record high temps of 80 are expected today!