The Stockholm vampire case of 1932 is an unsolved case surrounding the murder of 32 year old Lilly Lindeström, who was working as a prostitute at the time.
Lindeström’s body was found by police on May 4th 1932, at her modest apartment near Sankt Eriksplan.
She was naked and face down on her bed, with her clothes folded on a nearby chair. The cause of death was determined as repeated blunt force trauma to the back of the head.
Her body had been drained of almost all blood, and police investigating the scene believed that the unknown killer had used a nearby bloody ladle to drink it, earning the killer the nickname of “The atlas vampire”.
Linderström’s known clients were questioned in regards to her murder; however no arrests were ever made.
The case remains unsolved.
[X] Thegloria's Blog “The vampire murder” in Stockholm: I lived in that house”