Originally posted by PW229
Originally posted by Molimo
Some years ago 2 swedish women run onto a british motorway possibly to commit suicide one of them was hit by a car then shortly after regaining
consciousness fought back against the police even though the impact should have given her enough injuries to not be able to move. No drugs were found
in their system and they were twins www.youtube.com... they acted like they were possessed and a normal human couldn't
Haven't gone through the whole thread but could you be so kind as to provide the source of the information, "No drugs were found in their
I'm not trying to discredit your post in any way, I'd just like to see the source.
S+F for such a bizarre incident fully documented. The sister hit by the truck, well I'm not surprised at her injuries but the sister full on hit by
the silver car who then proceeds to get up and try running into more traffic is perplexing. Ask any paramedic/EMT and they will tell you heads and
wind-shields don't mix. However it is well documented that head injuries will cause an individual to become violent, that adrenalin has to go
watch the movie, search for 'ursula and sabina ericksson', or, yeah, read through this thread. it's pretty well documented that they hadn't any
drugs in their systems. obviously they each went to the hospital after the roadway incident.
i am struck by the complete lack of info, outside of what's presented in the doumentary, to be found on these people. i would love to hear what they
would say about what happened, but no such info exists online that i can find. and sabina is supposed to be released from prison this year! i have
read she turned to christianity during her short stint in the clink, seems like she would want to shed light on why that poor guy had to die.
having studied psychology in school, and after watching the doc a second time, these women were clearly in the midst of a psychotic episode during the
roadway episode. it's very odd that they both reached this state at the same time, especially with the absence of drugs in their systems.