An App Led These Teens To A Seattle Beach Where They Found Pieces Of A Dead Body Inside Of A Suitcase And They Posted The Video Online

Just a few days ago, a few teenagers living in Washington decided to use the Randonautica app, expecting to go on some kind of adventure.

Well, they found way more than they bargained for.

TikTok; pictured above one of the girls opens the suitcase up

They started out making a video of their trip, and when they arrived on Alki Beach in Seattle, they were pretty surprised to see a black suitcase sitting on top of the rocks.

Remember, the app is supposed to be entirely random. It doesn’t really lead you to anything, except coordinates on a map.

They joked around with one another, saying maybe they will get lucky and they will find a bunch of money inside.

Two of the teenage girls used sticks to lift up the top of the suitcase, and when they did, they were hit by an overpowering smell.

It was so bad, they decided to call the police to come to investigate the suitcase.

TikTok; above, one of the girls calls 911

There were pieces of a dead body found inside of the suitcase, and that wasn’t all. More body parts were found in a second bag that was floating in the water.

While the Seattle Police Department has not mentioned the teenagers being the ones to make the gruesome discovery, they did release a statement about the suitcase.

In their statement, it says, “Detectives are currently investigating after several bags containing human remains were located near the water in the 1100 block of Alki Avenue SW this afternoon.”

“Police responded after receiving a call of a suspicious bag on the beach.”

“Another bag was located in the water. Once the contents were determined to be remains, detectives responded to begin their investigation.”

“Harbor Patrol is assisting on the call, and detectives will work closely with the King County Medical Examiner’s Office as the investigation proceeds.”

“This remains an active and on-going investigation.”

You can watch the full video of what these teens found on the next page. Yes, they made a video that they then posted to TikTok.

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