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Who Is The Oslo Plaza Woman (& What Happened)

Who is the woman featured in “Death in Oslo,” the second episode of Unsolved Mysteries Volume 2? We discuss the case evidence, including updates.

Who is the woman featured in “Death in Oslo,” the second episode of Unsolved Mysteries Volume 2? On May 31, 1995, a young female checked into the Oslo Plaza Hotel in Norway and was found dead three days later. Investigators ruled the death as a suicide; however, the case evidence implies that the unidentified woman was likely murdered. Unsolved Mysteries Volume 2 released in October 2020 on Netflix.

Directed by Unsolved Mysteries veteran Robert M. Wise, “Death in Oslo” features various interviews with journalist Lars Christian Wegner. In 1996, the Verdens Gang features writer began investigating the mysterious Oslo Plaza woman, whose body was buried in an unmarked grave one year after her death. Wegner eventually learned that the deceased was given a room at

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2020 was supposed to be the year women ruled the box office. Then the coronavirus pandemic happened.

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2020 was supposed to be the year women dominated the box office. They still will, but it may be with fewer box-office returns.
2020 was supposed to be the year women dominated the box office. They still will, but it may be with fewer box-office returns.

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  • At the start of 2020, five of the year’s most-anticipated films — “Birds of Prey,” “Mulan,” “Black Widow,” “Wonder Woman 1984,” and “The Eternals” — all starred female leads and were directed by women.

  • For the first time, fans were seeing multiple female-led superhero movies come to theaters in the same year.

  • Then the coronavirus pandemic happened, resulting in delays and a jam-packed fall schedule that will leave films competing against one another for box-office dollars.

  • Even when theaters eventually reopen, will these movies even perform in the way they would have pre-pandemic? Industry experts predict the box office will have its worst performance since 1998

  • Even in a year where female-led films will most

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