and Kris Kremers were Dutch students.
Kris Kremers and Lisanne Froon's circumstances are far more confusing. Even six years later, there are still no clear answers as to what happened and why it happened. Let's jump into it. On March 15th, 2014, Kris, age 21; and Lisanne, age 22, boarded a plane in their native Amsterdam, the plane's destination, Costa Rica. Kris Kremers and Lisanne Froon took this selfie while on a hike in Panama from which they never returned. The two Dutch tourists were visiting Panama and were supposed to go on a hike in the jungle with a tour guide, but for some reason, the girls decided to go by themselves a day early.
Friends Kris Kremers (born August 9th, 1992) and Lisanne Froon (born September 24th, 1991) were two Dutch tourists who went missing under mysterious circumstances in early April of 2014 while on vacation in Panama, allegedly disappearing during a hike on the Pianista trail near Boquete. Kris Kremers and Lisanne Froon There are several ways to follow the path which was fatal to Lisanne Froon and Kris Kremers in April 2014. Like a simple news item, an accident made thicker and darker only because it was sheltered under the tight foliage of a gigantic Panamanian forest, or as a sordid assassination committed in the midst of a. On March 15th, 2014, two Dutch university students by the names of Lisanne Froon (22) and Kris Kremers (21) set out on the adventure of a lifetime. They had just graduated from university, and the two had moved in together to a dorm room in Amersfoor, where they began working at a cafe to save money over the next 6 months in order to go on a.
Kris was born to Roelie Grit and Hans Kremers on August 9th, 1992. She was described as open, creative, and responsible.Lisanne was born to Diny and Peter Froon on September 24th, 1991. She was described as aspiring, optimistic, intelligent, and a passionate volleyball player.
They were both born and raised in Amersfoort, Netherlands.They both saved up money for six months and planned to go to Panama together on a special trip for six weeks, to learn Spanish, as well as to volunteer with children. The trip was also supposed to be a reward to Lisanne for graduating with a degree in Applied Sciences from Deventer the previous September. And Kris had just completed her studies in cultural social education, specializing in art education at the University of Utrecht.
Their trip began on March 15th, 2014. For the first two weeks they were just hanging out and touring Panama before heading to Boquete to live with a host family.On March 29th they arrived at Boquete and on April 1st they decided to go hiking near the clouded forests that surrounded the Baru volcano. They left their host family's house around 11 a.m. and taking the host family's dog with them.
This is weird because, allegedly Lisannae and Kris had prearranged to have a tour guide take them on April 2nd.
It was reported that they had been seen having brunch with two young Dutch men before embarking on the trail and even took photos with them.
The host family's dog returned that night without Kris and Lisanne. Lisanne's parents also stopped receiving text messages from Lisanne.
On April 2nd, they missed the tour with the local guide, so he went to the host family. The guide then called Lisanne's mom and asked if she knew where her daughter was and find out no one knows where Lisanne and Kris are. Now the host family and the guide go to the police about 7:30 p.m. and report Lisanne and Kris missing.
The next day, on April 3, authorities began aerial searches of the forest and local residents began searching.
On April 6th, both girl's parents fly to Panama to join the search. Along with the parents, dog units, and detectives from the Netherlands to conduct a full-scale search of the forests for ten days. The parents even offered a US$30,000 reward. The search came up empty.
On June 14, 2014, a local woman found Lisanne's blue backpack, which she said she had found in a rice paddy by a riverbank near her village of Alto Romero, in the Bocas del Toro region. This was a long way from where Lisanne and Kris took their hike. The woman said she was sure it wasn't there the previous day. The backpack had both girl's belongings in it. The backpack contained two pairs of sunglasses, US$83 in cash, Lisanne's passport, a water bottle, Lisanne's camera, two bras, and the girls' phones and they were all packed, dry. Everything was in good condition, which is crazy when you think that it had been ten weeks since the girls were seen.
When the police searched the girls phones, multiple calls to the local emergency number was made over multiple days. The first distress call had been made just after the girls went on their hike. None of the calls had gone through due to a lack of reception in the area except for one on April 3rd that lasted for a little over a second before breaking up.
Lisanne's phone died on April 5th at 5 p.m. Kris's phone would not make any more calls either but was surmised that it was intermittently turned on to search for reception. After April 6, multiple attempts of a false PIN code were entered into the Kris' phone. After this the correct PIN was never entered, so it obviously wasn't her that was trying to get into her phone. The last time her phone was turned on was on April 11th at 10:51 a.m. and was turned off for the last time about an hour later.
Police also went through Lisanne's camera, that was also in the backpack. She had a bunch of photos on the camera, some of them seemingly normal, like from them exploring the city. There were 90 photos taken on April 8th, between 1 a.m. and 4 a.m. They were flash photos and they were taken every two minutes. No one has been able to find the reason the photos were taken. Some people said that they were probably using it as a light source. Some people say that that would make it harder to see. Another theory is that they were using it to scare off things or used to try to signal attention. In One of the photos it looks like Kris has blood on her temple.
Kris Kremers Lisanne Froon Remains
The discovery of the backpack led to a new search along the Culebra. Kris' shorts were discovered, some say they were neatly folded on the top of a rock, some say they were in the river. Two months after that they found a boot with a foot in it and a sock on the foot. Very close to the boot, a pelvic bone was found. 33 more bones of Kris' and Lisanne's were found it that area. Lisanne's bones were found with flesh on it, but Kris' bones didn't and were bleached. Supposedly, her bones were bleached by phosphorus or lime, which can't be found in the soil there. Some experts think this might have to do with a Mexican Cartel in order to speed up the decaying process and to get ride of potential evidence. The police refused to give out the actually autopsy reports. Some people suspect this is due to the Mexican Cartel as well.
They didn't know the area and didn't have any food or water with them, so no one has any idea how they got to where their bones were found. Police also wondered where the rest of the bones were. There were no signs of animal scavenging on the bones.
Investigators looked into the host family. Pretty much all the girl's stuff was there, so the two girls were planning on coming back. This investigation was kind of botched because the criminology team didn't do this investigation, it was some protection agency that carried it out.Dutch authorities working with forensic and search-rescue investigators thought it likely the students had accidentally fallen from a cliff after becoming lost. Foul play could not be entirely ruled out.
Whatever happened, i think Kris died first and maybe it was Lisanne trying to use the phone. That i so weird though, about Kris' bones being bleached. If not for that, i would say they died of the elements. I'm not really sure what happened or why and how they got that far in those kind of conditions.
A picture is worth a thousand words – from happy memories to terrifying ordeals. Some photos are taken on purpose like a photojournalist telling the story of those affected by a war-torn country. Other photos are taken without the intention of telling any story at all; they capture a moment because they are at the right place at the right time or wrong place at the right time in some cases.
Our entire lives can be recreated through the power of pictures from our moment entering the world to our first grandchild’s. They also make us remember times we’d like to forget. The following 12 photographs are so chilling, they lean toward the latter. However, just about every one of them is a reminder that we can’t forget.
12. “Falling Man”
It is believed that more than 200 people lost their lives on 9/11 due to either falling or jumping from the World Trade Center. This photo, known simply as “The Falling Man” is the most well-known.
11. Mysterious Documentation Of Their Death
In April of 2014, Kris Kremers, 21, and Lisanne Froon, 22, were Dutch tourists backpacking through Panama. They hiked near a Baru volcano and were never heard from again. Their remains were found months later, along with photographic evidence that turned out to be quite mysterious and chilling. The photos start out with normal photos of their trip and hike but things take a chilling turn and the final photos show Kremers’ red hair soaked in blood. Their deaths are still a mystery, but local officials say a hiking accident claimed their lives.
10. Vulture Stalks Its Prey
This photo was taken in the Sudan of a vulture stalking a young emaciated boy named Kong Nyong. Thankfully, Kong was rescued and has recovered from the famine.
Lisanne Froon Kris Kremers Pictures
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