Eine ruchlose Tat

In 1953 15-year-old Annette was raped and murdered on her way home from the neighbouring village. At the site of the murder, next to a nowadays more or less disused path in the forest, a monument was erected. Today it is almost forgotten.
Back in the day the police immediately suspected and arrested a homeless guy who was passing through the area. His image was huge on the cover of the newspaper. In the end it turned out that the murderer was a well-respected local from Annette's village.

Photographer:
carsten-schmitt
Uploaded:
2012-03-05
Tags:
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Camera:
Canon AE-1
Film:
Kodak Tri-X
City:
Bexbach
Country:
Germany
Albums:
Eine ruchlose Tat and One Morning with my Canon and Tri-X

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2 Comments

  1. coconutcorbasi
    coconutcorbasi ·

    This is a sad story (not story actually, reality). great concept.

  2. carsten-schmitt
    carsten-schmitt ·

    @coconutcorbasi: Indeed, sad story. It is going on 60 years now and I wonder whether anyone will remember.