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> Police said the submarine appeared to have been scuttled deliberately. The unidentified body has been sent for analysis. And divers are still searching the area.
>> At first, his explanation was that he had dropped her off alive in Copenhagen. But he later changed that statement to saying that she had died on board the submarine, and that he'd later buried her in the sea. Yesterday, a female body without head or limbs were found in the water, here near Copenhagen, just a little down further here.
However it is still too soon to say whether this might be the Swedish journalist, as the police still have not been able to identify the body.>> Wall went and bought the submarine, because she was working on a story on Madsen, an entrepreneur, artist, submarine builder, and aerospace engineer.
The UC3 Nautilus, they were alone together unsank, he was rescued a day later, she was still missing.>>