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She had a high concentration of carbon monoxide in her blood.
The boots he sold her appear to match the boots found on the body in the Isdalen valley.
Media playback is unsupported on your device.The story is big news in Bergen - a peaceful town with a low crime rate.They knew it all.The tests involve: Oxygen isotope analysis, which can reveal the type of water the woman set the search man drank as she grew up - and which areas the water came from.But none of them say they can identify the woman."Seduction in Norway is not simple at all for foreigners concludes Lou Déguin, an expat from France, who chronicled her experiences online dating in Norway in her blog A Frog in the Fjord.
In fact, I remember her winking at me from my perspective it felt as though she thought I had been staring a bit too much at her." "On one occasion while I was serving her, she was in the dining hall, sitting right next.
It seems like Norwegian women want even more because they forgot what they gained.Image copyright Bergen State Archives, image copyright Bergen State Archives.Strontium isotope analysis, which can reflect the types of food the woman ate, and the type of soil in the area where she grew."I am starting to believe that we might actually find her real identity team member Marit Higraff said.Image copyright Haukeland Hospital Image caption Prof Gisle Bang had sent reports to international dental experts The Norwegian Criminal Investigation Service (Kripos) and University of Bergen start conducting isotope analysis on her teeth - looking at the chemical "signature" left by the elements that made.Image copyright Kripos Image caption Police distributed the woman's fingerprints via Interpol The autopsy concludes the woman died from a combination of carbon monoxide poisoning, and ingesting a large number of sleeping pills.