Do You Know The Mystery Of Canadian Student Elisa Lam’s Bizarre Death?

Canadian Student Death

On February 19, 2013, the body of a 21-year-old Canadian student named Elisa Lam was found in a water tank placed on the roof of the Cecile Hotel in Los Angeles after being reported missing earlier that month.

Lam’s body was found after the hotel guests complained that the water had a strange taste, smell and color. In investigating the circumstances of her death, the researchers discovered strange and frightening findings that led to conspiracy theories about the death.

Canadian Student Death

In the video taken in the hotel elevator on the day she disappeared, bizarre things are happening during her elevator ride. Elisa is standing in the elevator, making strange, un-human-like gestures with her hands. She is talking to someone who appears to be outside the elevator, even though reports say there was nobody there. She pressed all the elevator buttons, and the elevator kept closing and opening.

As if all this was not enough to turn her death into a bizarre mystery, the researchers found that the same water tank she had found on the hotel roof was closed and locked out. In addition, in order to enter the roof, she had to bypass the security system that was there. The cameras, alarms and other alert systems were specifically in place to prevent the possibility of suicide.

Canadian Student Death

In the end, the family of the Canadian student claimed that Elisa had bipolar disorder and had run away from her home after she stopped taking her medicine. After that, the police closed the investigation, concluding that she had committed suicide.

Questions remain, though. Who did Elissa speak to in the elevator? Why the strange movements? Had she committed suicide? Was she, instead, murdered? We’ll probably never know.

Source:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Elisa_Lam

http://cafe.themarker.com/mobile/post/3123792/

https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/elisa-lam-drowned-in-a-water-tank-two-years-ago-but-the-obsession-with-her-death-lives-on-511