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Old 04.01.2017, 16:01
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Re: place within 1.5 hours of zurich by train to visit?

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OP is just trying to dispose of a body and needs an alibi of some sort, thus the precise time-frame.
The best way to dispose of a body in winter is to burn it.

Spring and autumn are good for burying - as the ground is neither too hard from frost or too hard from the sun

You can't burn in Summer due to most people not using fires - so therefore burn in Winter.

What has that got to do with traveling 1.5hrs? Well - if you burn human flesh it can get a bit smelly - so you need to do it a more remote location - but not too remote that the smoke would raise questions.

Being a part time serial killer is far more complicated that people give you credit for.
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Old 04.01.2017, 16:12
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Re: place within 1.5 hours of zurich by train to visit?

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The best way to dispose of a body in winter is to burn it.

Spring and autumn are good for burying - as the ground is neither too hard from frost or too hard from the sun

You can't burn in Summer due to most people not using fires - so therefore burn in Winter.

What has that got to do with traveling 1.5hrs? Well - if you burn human flesh it can get a bit smelly - so you need to do it a more remote location - but not too remote that the smoke would raise questions.

Being a part time serial killer is far more complicated that people give you credit for.
or go for the Breaking Bad way
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Old 04.01.2017, 16:14
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or go for the Breaking Bad way
Rookie mistake

Walensee offers decent deep-water spots.
(Although, as Tom can confirm, the Lago Maggiore is a better choice)
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Old 04.01.2017, 16:16
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Re: place within 1.5 hours of zurich by train to visit?

Fribourg; 1.5 h on the train from Zurich.
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The best way to dispose of a body in winter is to burn it.

Spring and autumn are good for burying - as the ground is neither too hard from frost or too hard from the sun

You can't burn in Summer due to most people not using fires - so therefore burn in Winter.

What has that got to do with traveling 1.5hrs? Well - if you burn human flesh it can get a bit smelly - so you need to do it a more remote location - but not too remote that the smoke would raise questions.

Being a part time serial killer is far more complicated that people give you credit for.
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Rookie mistake

Walensee offers decent deep-water spots.

Ah yes, excellent advice from an expert!

Well OP, Walensee it is, ever been there?
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Old 04.01.2017, 16:38
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Re: place within 1.5 hours of zurich by train to visit?

Unlike most other Swiss lakes at moderate elevation, Walensee has very little fog all year round. Not suitable for a covert burial at lake.
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Unlike most other Swiss lakes at moderate elevation, Walensee has very little fog all year round. Not suitable for a covert burial at lake.
If the OP is looking for fog, then Zürich would be great this time of year:

http://www.20min.ch/schweiz/zuerich/story/29095960
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Hi,

im looking for a place within 1.5 hours of zurich by train to visit that has some nature, such as hiking and some city attractions.

i have been to engleberg/zurich/lucerrne

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FFS.

I'm with Longbyt

Here's the Choo choo website: http://fahrplan.sbb.ch/bin/query.exe...=JS!ajax=yes!&

Here's a map: https://maps.google.com/

And here's all the other info you may need: google.com

Now take a healthy dose of godoyourownresearch and stop with the 20 vague question routine.
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OP is just trying to dispose of a body and needs an alibi of some sort, thus the precise time-frame.

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