This is one creepy mystery story. These are the last images of Lisanne Froon and Kris Kremers, two Dutch girls that disappeared during a hike in Panama. 10 weeks after their disappearance bone fragments and a backpack were found. These pictures were retrieved from a camera that was in the backpack. What happened to the girls remains a mystery. The Daily Beast did an interesting 3-part investigative write-up on 2 Dutch women - Kris Kremers and Lisanne Froom - who went on a hike together on what is only supposed to be a 3 mile loop in Panama. They never returned from the trail. Rescue workers discovered their camera, which contained +100 photos taken by them during their trek, which offered some clues as to what happened The time dates of the photos indicate some were taken before an incident, and some were taken after the incident. They also prove that at least one of the girls survived for several weeks after they went missing. http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/07/24/death-on-the-serpent-river-how-the-lost-girls-of-panama-disappeared.html http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/07/30/the-last-man-to-see-the-lost-girls-of-panama-alive.html http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/08/07/the-lost-girls-of-panama-the-camera-the-jungle-and-the-bones.html Only 40-50 of the photos taken have been released to the public. The others have been withheld for sensitive reasons (apparently one of the photos show Kris with blood on her head). Lisanne Froon, 22. Picture taken on april 1, the day of her disappearance. Cellphone data, found in their backpack, revealed that attempts to dial 911 were made some 2 hours after this photo was taken. There was no reception. The last attempt to dial 911 was 10 days after their disappearance. Picture from the trail the girls were following. Exif data shows it was taken shortly before the first 911 call. Picture taken 8 days later, unknown location. New image appeared on Dutch TV taken at the same time as the dark images. Most likely Kris' hair. Spoiler Remains found by locals. The shoe (with a foot still in it) was identified as being sold only in the Netherlands, with that identifying it was Kris'. DNA test later confirmed the remains belonged to Kris, the pelvis to Lisanne. The backpack with cellphone, camera and other personal belongings.