On July 11, 1996 the half-naked body of Blair Adams was found in a parking lot in Knoxville, Tennessee. The 31-year-old Surrey, British Columbia native didn’t appear to be robbed; scattered around his body was German, Canadian, and U.S. currency totaling nearly $4,000. But Blair had been badly beaten and killed … why?
In the days leading up to his death, Blair had been acting strangely. He was having mood swings, and had withdrawn his savings and emptied his safe deposit box. He showed up at work, asked his boss for his check, and then quit. Then he bought a plane ticket to Germany, but later shoed up at a friend’s house in a panic, terrified that someone was trying to kill him.
Read the latest about this unusual case: http://www.knoxnews.com/story/news/crime/2017/09/11/unsolved-canadian-blair-adams-raced-knox-county-slain-half-nude-his-gold-untouched/610262001/