Mortuary staff putting one of the corpses into a temporary coffin. Two bodies were uncovered in a flower bed at Elizabeth House in 1984. Photo: Chan Kiu Mortuary staff putting one of the corpses into a temporary coffin. Two bodies were uncovered in a flower bed at Elizabeth House in 1984. Photo: Chan Kiu
Mortuary staff putting one of the corpses into a temporary coffin. Two bodies were uncovered in a flower bed at Elizabeth House in 1984. Photo: Chan Kiu

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Hong Kong’s unsolved crimes: cardboard box killing, flower tomb and naked corpse among chilling murder mysteries

  • City’s gory tragedies fuel online rumours and conspiracies to this day, as some wonder if killers are still on the roam

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Mortuary staff putting one of the corpses into a temporary coffin. Two bodies were uncovered in a flower bed at Elizabeth House in 1984. Photo: Chan Kiu Mortuary staff putting one of the corpses into a temporary coffin. Two bodies were uncovered in a flower bed at Elizabeth House in 1984. Photo: Chan Kiu
Mortuary staff putting one of the corpses into a temporary coffin. Two bodies were uncovered in a flower bed at Elizabeth House in 1984. Photo: Chan Kiu
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