So, I’m gonna take a break from the Hinterkaifeck murders for a bit. I read about this initially years ago on Wikipedia back in Mister Oogie Boogies Casino Halloween Town shirt when I was 19, admittedly only the backstory and the murders. I never knew about the exact details of the murders and the days to come, nor the suspect list. I didn’t expect to fall into this deep of a rabbit hole, but I have. This particular unsolved murder has consumed me for the past four days, as I’ve done nothing but read witness statements and case files, look at crime scene photos and autopsy reports, farm layout and history, the family relationships and potential suspects, I even researched their fucking dog. I feel I’m too in deep at the moment, like I’m thinking about this non-stop to the point where I’m getting scared at night. So I’m gonna take a break and leave this is a while.
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Amazing write up, thank you! I listened to the Casefile podcast on Hinterkaifeck and got so confused,Mister Oogie Boogies Casino Halloween Town shirt has really helped straighten it out in my head!On this section that you questioned btw (I’m assuming you’re English first language! If German feel free to ignore until the last bit!): “She also said that they probably won’t eat me. I replied to the farmer’s wife that I was no longer staying on the farm because it was so scary to me.”I looked at the original statement. The word ‘fressen’ does literally translate as ‘eat’ but it’s usually used for animals. When applied to humans it’s seen as kinda rude, or its indicative of something negative and destructive (e.g. if you wanted to say someone was eaten up with guilt you could use ‘fressen’).So in this case, ‘eat’ is the correct translation literally but I think a more accurate English translation could be “they won’t hurt me”, if there’s a sexual connotation in what Viktoria said, maybe “ravish” or if she’s being melodramatic “destroy”.German is my second language, but I love the nuances in it, so I saw ‘eat’ and thought ‘i bet that’s “fressen”‘! If any German first language people have corrections please say!