UPDATE: Autopsy fails to find Los Angeles tank death cause
An autopsy on a Canadian tourist’s body failed to determine whether she was killed or died accidentally in a giant water cistern on top of a downtown Los Angeles hotel roof.
This is like something out of a horror film.
According to thestir.com, the video shows Elisa Lam, 21, getting into an elevator inside of a Los Angeles hostel, where she was staying alone.
In the video, Lam peeks out of the elevator several times and pushes buttons numerous times, but the doors never close. Some bloggers are wondering if the elevator was broken, or if the killer rigged it.
Lam’s body was found in a water tank on the roof of the hostel, which also has limited access.
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