Russian Woman Found Frozen To Death

There’s not much info on this yet or it just hasn’t been released, but a 35-year-old woman was found frozen to death in the snow in Yakutia, Russia on January 1, 2018. Her family said she left the house on December 30th and never returned. The woman did not drink and she did not do drugs. Police have said there is no evidence of foul play but they are still investigating. She was a wife and mother of two children.

Thanks to Pinky!

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45 thoughts on “Russian Woman Found Frozen To Death

  1. A beauty in life. A beauty in death.
    Makes me wonder, was the red coat found over her or tossed to the side…..
    Did she embrace the cold or try to keep warm?

  2. Nice, frozen to death, albeit pretty brutal, could be one of the least agonizing, & least suffering way to die, from what I know/have been told, learned, taught. Beside the freezing cold, & excruciating, burning pain of freezing to death, once hypothermia sets in, you lose consciousness very fast, & a person basically drifts off to sleep, deep sleep, dead sleep— never to awaken again! Relatively fast & painless way to go out. You really reach a/that state of unconsciousness; never really even knowing, unaware of everything nonetheless. My Q?, why was she so in so under dressed to go out anywhere in that little bit of clothing? Things that make you go hmmmm!!!?????????

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