The Strangest of Strange Cases Known To Man: Elisa Lam
Is all that can be said about a young woman named Elisa Lam, and what would be a most baffling unexplainable death that has many scratching their heads for an answer even today.
The story starts off Lam a college student of the University of British Columbia, who was staying at the infamous Cecil Hotel which stands today as a reminder of one infamous killer known back in the 1980’s as the Night Stalker (a.k.a. Richard Ramirez).
Back in that time Ramirez was rumored to have killed over 20 victims, including the murders he took part in at the Cecil Hotel back then.
He was known as a rapist, satanist, and burglar, who stayed on the Cecil’s top floor in a $14-a-night room as he slaughtered his victims.
He also went on a murderous rampage throughout the Los Angeles area, putting the town into a tailspin of confusion and fear due to his murder spree.
Following a four-year trial, in 1989, Ramirez was convicted of 13 killings. He received the death penalty and was sent to San Quentin Prison in California. He died on June 7, 2013, at age 53.
But this is not the only situations associated with previous attendants who checked into the motel over the past 7 decades, Elizabeth Short was another highly known name (a.k.a. “The Black Dahlia”) who also checked in for a brief stay at the Cecil Motel years before Ramirez did.
She was brutally murdered in 1947 by a well-known doctor named Dr. George Hill Hodel, Hodel’s son Steve Hodel (Author) worked alongside with retired police sergeant Paul Dostie and a canine named “Buster” to uncover her murder in 2013.
(Yep you heard correct, a dog uncovered her murder thanks to their super-sensitive nose which can pick up a person’s scent even after 70 years!!)
One rumor surrounding this infamous killing was that the Hotel Cecil was the last place anyone ever saw Short just before her death, but don’t get it confused because she didn’t die there.
She was found in an open field by a local resident who discovered the badly severed and mutilated body today which is known as “The Black Dahlia Murder”.
Then you have to account for the murders / suicides that took place there as well, in the 60’s the hotel was pegged as a “suicide spot” due to the horrific incidents stemming from tenants who chose to stay there.
So this brings us back to the case of Eliza Lam.
Lam’s disappearance had been widely reported, and five days prior to her body’s discovery when the Los Angeles Police Department released video of the last time she was known to have been seen.
On the video shown (was the last time she was seen before her death) by an elevator security camera. During the video footage, Lam is seen exiting and re-entering the elevator, talking and gesturing in the hallway outside, and sometimes seeming to hide within the elevator, which itself appears to be malfunctioning.
People who saw the video were debating whether or not Lam was engaged in some type of awkward conversation with someone else, the problem however was that she was talking with no one present.
Now she was also reported to be taking medication for her condition (she was suffering from bipolar illness), but after an autopsy was conducted prove to be false that she was taking any type of medication at the time which supports the urge for her to commit suicide.
So you see it gets very complicated from there, not to mention how she winds up at her last destination on the roof found in the Hotel’s water supply reservoir tank, completely naked, with her clothes found floating next to her.
The video feed from the camera in the elevator, just baffles anyone who watches it including crime-scene specialists.
Theories were drawn up to find out what could have possibly lead up to this young lady’s demise.
Even though the suggest theory involving hauntings that took place after time, and even visual videos of “aspirations” one situation where one appeared might have played a possible factor in her death.
Sounds far-fetched yea one would agree, but how else could anyone sum it all up?
Again after her autopsy was done, she wasn’t taking any type of medication for her illness dealing with bipolar symptoms.
So the leads just stop there at that conclusion.
But the mind can play tricks on people, not to mention if the mind enters into a “digression state”.
Maybe her mind was attuned to some type of “psychedelic frequency” which she unknowingly was subjected to, and just so happened to be played out in front of a surveillance camera thus giving people a window into the “hysteria” Lam was experiencing.
I also thought about another situation which involved the “Navy Yard Shooter” Aaron Alexis, remember before Alexis went on his murder spree at the Navy Yard base out in Washington D.C., he complained about being targeted by people who were using some type of technology to how you say — f**k with him while he was sleeping in his hotel room.
A video done on his “supposed” problem with people disturbing him while trying to sleep, feelings he reported to police about tingling sensations he felt on his skin (vibrations), and voices giving him suggestive thoughts all came to head on Sept. 16, 2013 around 8:16 am. Alexis’s killing rampage lasted slightly over an hour, and he would end it all by taking his own life.
Alexis tried to warn the local police about what he was experiencing, and of course they just laughed it off thinking he was a serious nut job just looking for attention.
HOW SO WRONG THEY WERE!!
So Lam and Alexis had one thing in common if you think about it, both were staying in hotels when they experienced these strange phenomenons.
The elevator going bonkers my lead one to believe that maybe Lam was actually communicating with some type of spirit entity.
But again it still sounds quite far-fetched…
Alexis also stated the words — better off this way — the “ELF” weapon carved into his shotgun (ELF which is known as “Extreme Low Frequency”), if anyone knows about this particular frequency range it was a part of Nikola Tesla’s famous inventions (one of which involved “mind control” suggestions).
Powerful electromagnetic waves combined with other experimental devices emitting who knows what type of mindset this could be used to put a person into.
In Lam’s case, you have to wonder exactly what this girl was experiencing moments before she died, now again the Cecil Hotel is already a place filled with bad memories of murders that were committed there during the past decades.
Lam was known to have had issues with the bipolar illness, she was prescribed medication to help her condition and was NOT on any type of medication when all of this took place at the hotel that fateful day.
So who was Lam talking to?
Why the strange hand gestures?
And the best question of all, the camera was the only thing present recording this unforgettable footage from the elevator, she was all alone except for the voice(s) she was hearing and maybe someone she might have seen communicating with her by force.
Did she experience the same thing like Aaron Alexis did?
Could she have been a victim of “ELF” transmissions?
Honestly, who knows.
You have to come up with your own suggestions for the conclusion, because all of mines are just opinions.
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