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He went missing 20 years ago. His body was found accidentally thanks to Google Maps [15.09.2019 roku]



The corpse of a man who went missing over 20 years ago was found thanks to Google Maps. One user noticed a sunken car in the pond. It turned out that there are human remains in it – reports Daily Mail.

This story is so unbelievable that it's hard to believe that it really happened.

William Moldt went missing in November 1997. He was last seen leaving the nightclub around 11pm. It is known that although he didn't drink very often, he ordered a few drinks that day at the bar. Approx. h. 21.30 called his girlfriend to say that he would be home soon. Unfortunately, hearing from him was lost.

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For over 20 years it was not known what happened to him. Until 2019, when a property manager from the USA, looking at satellite photos on Google Maps, saw something disturbing: car sunk in a pond in the estate of single-family houses near Wellington, Florida. The man informed the police about his "find".

The car sunk in the pond can be seen in Google Maps satellite images.
The car sunk in the pond can be seen in Google Maps satellite images. Google Maps

Satellite images of this area were taken in 2007, but only now someone looked at them so carefully to see the car sunk in the tank.

The car sunk in the pond can be seen in Google Maps satellite images.
The car sunk in the pond can be seen in Google Maps satellite images. Google Maps

When the car was pulled out of the water, a gruesome discovery was made: inside were human remains. It turned out that they belonged to William Moldt, who had been missing for over 20 years. When a man was reported missing, the area where his car was found looked completely different. The housing estate, which is there today, was not yet built then, so that's probably why nobody noticed a car falling or sinking in the pond.

The specific circumstances of William Moldt's death are not yet known.

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