What happened to Jennifer Fergate? Unsolved mystery theories

What happened to Jennifer Fergate? Unsolved mystery theories
What happened to Jennifer Fergate? Unsolved mystery theories
Netflix’s hit crime documentaries Unsolved Mysteries are back this week, with another slew of mind-boggling crime for amateurs to delve into.

While each of the six new cases is even more confusing than the previous series, a specific episode titled “A Death in Oslo” will spark much debate about the identity of the deceased victim involved.

The 1995 case centers on the mysterious death of a woman at the Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel in Oslo who checked in under the false name of “Jennifer Fergate”.

The police ruled her death a suicide as she was found with a gun in hand and both doors in her hotel room were locked from the inside with key cards in the room. However, questions were asked due to the lack of gun residue, lack of documents confirming her identity, and opening of her room window.

The woman has been classified by pathologists as about 30 years old. However, she had registered her age as 21 at the hotel while the phone numbers she provided were incorrect, her zip code and street address did not match, and all the tags were missing from her clothes.

With so much suspicious leads pointing to a bad game, we’ve broken down some of the key theories supposed to emerge from the episode, as well as a schedule for Jennifer’s stay at the hotel, according to the staff.

Everything you need to know about Jennifer Fergate theories – the subject of the “A Death in Oslo” episode of Unsolved Mysteries – is here.

Theory one: there was someone else in the hotel room

The Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel in Oslo

According to a receptionist at the hotel, the woman had checked in as a Belgian couple – Jennifer and Lois Fergate. While ‘Jennifer’ was not seen with a male guest, it is possible that someone else was disguised as Lois Fergate, who was responsible for the murder.

This conclusion is supported by the particular circumstances of ‘Jennifer’ and her lack of identity. All the labels except for a gray blazer had been cut off from her clothes while she had no passport, wallet, credit cards, or car keys, which could mean someone removed anything that could possibly be used to identify the woman. Twenty-four hours before her death, she gave room service a tip of 50 kroner, which means she must have had cash with her at the time – so it is possible that ‘Lois’ took away all the items that ‘Jennifer’ had with someone Associated identity after I killed her.

In addition, the serial number of the automatic pistol – a Browning 9 mm – was professionally removed and etched away with acid while seven more cartridges were in the gun and 25 more cartridges were kept in a black case next to the bed. This could have been done to prevent the police from re-connecting the gun to the person who bought it. This could also be the person responsible for Jennifer’s death.

Police were also baffled about why no blood was found on her hands – a lot of blood was found on the bed, pillow, nearby phone, table and wall, but there was no trace of Jennifer’s hands falling into such cases are typical.

While both key cards were in the room and the door was double-locked from the inside, the window stayed ajar. However, the room was 28 stories above the floor – which would make it very difficult for the killers to escape and are unlikely to leave the hotel as he / she was not spotted by staff.

Theory two: It was Mr. F.

There is a theory linking death to another mysterious guest at the hotel – a Belgian man who was on the same floor as the woman who journalists referred to as “Mr. F ”.

Journalists have tried to contact him about the case many times. One of Verden’s gang tried unsuccessfully to visit him in Belgium but eventually reached him on his cell phone. Mr F. allegedly told the journalist that he remembered death well.

“You asked me about it at reception when I checked out,” Mr F. told VG. “Someone asked if I had heard or seen something because it was in the same corridor. But I slept well that night and didn’t know anything about it. when asked at reception when checking out of the hotel if he had heard anything.

However, according to hotel records, Mr F. had left the hotel before the woman was found dead. When presented with this information, Mr F. said he knew nothing about it and then ignored any further attempts journalists made to contact him.

It is possible that this hotel guest – Mr F. – was somehow involved in Jennifer Fergate’s death, as he apparently knew about the “suicide” before it should have happened.

Theory three: It was a suicide

Much of the evidence in this case points to the police’s original conclusion – that Jennifer Fergate committed suicide.

The hotel room contained only the woman’s fingerprints, while hotel records showed that she had hardly left her room during her stay.

Besides, the neighbors in the room next to Fergate didn’t hear anything unusual from their room.

A timeline of events

  • Wednesday May 31, 1995 – The woman calls the Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel to tell them that she would like to check in that day and tells them that two people are coming.
  • Wednesday, May 31, 10:44 p.m. – The woman enters her room for the first time, 2805.
  • Thursday, June 1st, 12:21 am – Somebody is leaving the room.
  • Thursday, June 1st, 8:34 a.m. – The card key is used again.
  • Thursday, June 1st, 12.50 p.m. – The room is being cleaned. According to room manager Vigdis Valø and a 19-year-old trainee, the room was unoccupied during this time while the bed was made, apparently not slept, and the extra duvet provided for Jennifer’s guest was unoccupied.
  • Friday, June 2nd, 8:50 a.m. – The woman returns to her room after 20-24 hours.
  • Friday, June 2nd, 11.03 a.m. – Jennifer’s new card key is being used again.
  • Friday, June 2, 8:23 p.m. – Jennifer orders room service. Employee Kristin Andersen delivers the food and reports that it looks untouched.
  • Saturday, June 3rd, 8:04 pm – The security chief at Oslo Plaza enters the room and finds Jennifer dead. There are two duvets on the bed.

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