Orsolya Gaal’s Last Moments

By RodneyHatfieldJr for Creepy

A chilling story has unfolded in Queens New York.  Neighbors were shocked to hear the news of Orsolya Gaal, a Forest Hills mother of two whose body was discovered in a blood-soaked duffel bag.  Surveillance footage from the vicinity recorded “an unknown figure” dragging a wheeled duffel bag in the direction of Gaal’s home, according to the NYPD on April 17.

According to police Gaal reportedly went out with friends in the final hours before her death. She returned home before midnight. Then around 4:30 am Saturday, you see somebody rolling a duffle bag down the sidewalk from multiple cameras. Ms. Gaal’s body was found stuffed in a hockey bag on Saturday morning in Forest Park in the borough of Queens. The bag with Gaal’s body in it was discovered around 8 a.m. a few blocks away, near the corner of Metropolitan Avenue and the Jackie Robinson Parkway. Dogwalker Glenn Van Nostrand, 51found the body. He said that at first, he thought a mannequin was stuffed into the large pouch. When he peeked inside, he saw black-ankle-length jeans, a belt, and a woman’s waist and immediately called the cops.  

Cops traced blood backward from the scene to the house. Orsolya Gaal‘s autopsy reveals she was brutally stabbed nearly 60 times before her body was discovered in a duffel bag less than a half-mile from her stately home. All the stab wounds were to her neck, torso, and left arm. She also had knife cuts inside her fingers and on the palms of her hands.  

According to authorities, the woman knew the people she was hanging out with and they are currently being interviewed. A recent report states, that the suspect in the murder of Queens mom Orsolya Gaal wrote her husband a disturbing message from her phone saying, “Your whole family is next.” Her husband, Howard Klein, who was in Portland, Oregon, with the couple’s 17-year-old son on a college hunt, received an ominous text message from the killer. Law-enforcement suspect that the killer knew Gaal, as there were no signs of a break-in at the home, and considering the violent nature of the crime, they suggested the attack was personal and committed in anger specifically toward her. 

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