My wife has become obsessed with this mystery. Anyone have info or theories about this unexplained death?
Yeah man Missing 411 is a can of worms that will keep you hooked and will show you 1000's of haunting cases. Yeah this board is slow as shit for real lol anyway have fun with the enlightenment of the mystery of 411
Here is my theory:
Elisa was completely fucked in the head, constantly having psychotic episodes. Her last night alive was no different. She probably started do have delusions of an entity(either a ghost, a demon or maybe an anime character, who knows?) who convinced her to play some games. We can't tell exactly how much time she spent doing the entity challenges, but we can know for sure that one of the pranks involved stealing a man's boxers: if you pay close attention to the video you'll notice she isn't wearing a skirt, nor feminine shorts.
Now we can only make assumptions based on the evidence we have, namely her video: the video shows that she is not comfortable with her delusion's demands, probably because she almost got caught while stealing the boxers, so she tried to run away from her own psychosis. Here is the tricky part of all this: when she gets into the elevator and desperately hit all the buttons in order to get out of the hotel to wherever the fuck she could, something really odd took place: the elevator simply stopped working for no apparent reason whatsoever. We can't say for sure if her delusions were so strong they interfered with the outside world, or if there really was a ghostly demon chasing her. All we can know for certain is that after her failed escaping attempt, the next assigned task was to get on the roof, find a ladder, climb all the way to the water tank, throw her clothes in there and then jump to her death.
We can only hope that by completing all her tasks she could finnally be able to join her demon apparition friend in la la land.
Why are crazy people left alone? Like they knew she was psycho and on meds someone should have always been with her just in case.
The elevator not working is the scary part, was that ever explained? Because that is pretty much proof that it was something paranormal.
Again, I apologize. Be thankful it isn't 100 trap or cuck treads every day. Just figured y'all would have some good suggestions. Feel free to point me to vibrant thread in the archive.
Any idiot can tell this bitch is high as a kite. She was probably stoned out of her gourd on some research chemical and that's why it didn't show on the tox screen. Obviously the case was sloppy anyways so they probably never even ran a blood test. I bet she got on the fire escape ladder, climbed to the roof and got in the water tank got stuck and drown.
She had a psychotic break and jumped into the tank. Her family even now believes this. The roof and tank were both unsecure. Do research and stop attributing conspiracy to everything.
>Apart from the question of how she got on the roof, others asked if she could have gotten into the tank by herself. All four tanks are 4-by-8-foot (1.2 by 2.4 m) cylinders propped up on concrete blocks; there is no fixed access to them and hotel workers had to use a ladder to look at the water. They are protected by heavy lids that would be difficult to replace from within.
How did she get up to the tank? How did she close the lid?
>How did she get up to the tank?
just how fat and out of shape are you?
most neck beards could shimmy and flop up on those tanks off that side rail if their poobrains motivated them.
and, the lid would just flop back down if she didn't push the lid all the way over.
There is roofing right above the tank areas that could easily be accessed from a ladder and jumped down. If the lid was closed, it is possible negligence by the staff after seeing it open and not checking, seeing as both the roof and the tanks were already unsecured. Otherwise, the lid could have just fallen back down after she hopped in. Research the trial details for specifics on this.
>having a wife
But seriously, there like thousands of 200+ reply threads on Elisa Lam.
Go through the archives, there's at least 2 years if not more of 200+ reply threads.
Also Sony bought the rights to her story. Take that as you will.
Plus its easy because its always the same people making them.
The names are always..
"Why isn't /x/ talking about Elisa Lam"
"We need to talk about Elisa Lam"
"I'm new to this bored but curious if /x/ knows what happened to Elisa Lam"
They will always have pic related, or the pic with the glasses in the flannel shirt. Or one or both with the water tank in the background.