The Addenberg Train Bomber Case
On Sunday June 22, 2003 an unknown person detonated an explosive on a passenger train outside the city of Addenberg, New York. The explosive device killed five people and wounded another eight in the blast.
Original suspects include:
Thomas Albany (the blogger)
Karen Cole (the conductor)
Tyler Vaughn (the lieutenant)
Ed Golic (the political activist)
Robert Townes (the rail worker)
All 5 of these original suspects cooperated with investigators and provided statements and fingerprints. However, given the lack of evidence from the bombing, the case has gone cold and the unknown subject responsible for the gruesome attack has escaped justice.
A year and a half later, police managed to find an online server that is confirmed to have been used by the Addenberg bomber. The forensic and technology departments have tried to gain access but were unable to crack into it. The head detective is confident that the files contained on the server are directly from the unknown subject. Access to the server can be found at www.coldcasecrackers.com/ATB-Media-Server. The bomber had originally sent a threatening letter to the police on June 15, 2003 and an alarming movement in the case came two days ago on January 17, 2005 when a second letter showed up. Investigators were able to confirm a link between the letters and authenticated the second letter to be from the Addenberg bomber. Like the first letter, it mentioned an attack that will happen in seven days. With only 5 days left, the head detective has enlisted help from the Cold Case Crackers to finally bring justice to the bomber, closure to the families of the victims, and to stop the new bomb from hurting anymore innocent people.
Once your investigation team is ready to begin hear from the cases original detective (audio below). Good Luck.