For a few months now, <a href="https://thegoldwater.com/news/7085-DIY-Submarine-Murder-Turns-into-Girl-with-the-Dragon-Tattoo-Plot "> we have been providing you with regular updates on one of the strangest stories ever to come out of Scandinavia. </a>
Let’s recap (one last time hopefully as we are reaching the end): Danish inventor Peter Madsen, owner of his DIY submarine, had invited a Swedish journalist, Kim Walls, aboard to write a story about him. Miss Walls disappeared, the submarine sank and Madsen claims it was all an accident.
Danish police arrested Madsen, found a decapitated body south of Copenhagen and tested the DNA. Turns out it was indeed the Swedish journalist.
You have to admit, enough for a juicy thriller there.
Mr Madsen is now in jail, where he continuously adapts his story according to whatever new clues the police come up with.
The latest twist is that Mr Madsen now finally admits to cutting up the body of Ms Walls, but only doing so after she had already died of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Mr Steen Hansen of the Copenhagen Police explained: "He's claiming that there wasn't enough oxygen in the submarine and that she suffocated, and that he was upstairs and didn't notice and found her when he came back."
"We worked hard to find evidence on his clothes that he had dismembered the body, and now we have found the evidence, he has changed his story. Now we have to talk to people who know the submarine to see if it's a possibility."
Furthermore, the Danish prosecutor also revealed that Mr Madsen had videos on his laboratory computer showing women being ‘violently killed and decapitated’.
Officers found hundreds images “which they presume to be real” of women being strangled and beheaded on his hard drive.
The case continues, though we her at The Goldwater believe that with this evidence, there is nowhere to run anymore for Mr Madsen.