Wednesday, 11 November 2015

The Lipstick kiss:

On the 18th of October 1997, in Kendal, UK, the bodies of a father and son were found at the scene of a car crash.
The two were identified as John and Conner Lee, who were on their way to visit family at the Lake District. The crash was ruled as accidental with no foul play involved. However, during a post mortem examination of 14 year old Conner, investigators found a fresh lip-stick kiss at the corner of the boy’s mouth.
Analysis confirmed that the kiss had been left there a week and half – two weeks after the boy had died.  Further forensic testing revealed the brand of the lipstick was of a popular drug store brand most popular with teenage girls at the time, but the person who put it there, was never identified.
The mystery of the lip stick kiss remains unsolved.

Photo and news source: BBC

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