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On Thursday, September 19, 1991, at about 1.30 p.m.
on a sunny afternoon Erika and Helmut Simon, from Nuremberg in Germany, were enjoying the last day of a vacation half-walking and half-climbing through difficult icy and rock-strewn terrain high up on a mountain overlooking the Ötz valley in the Alpine borderlands between Austria and Italy.
Over following days word of the discovery spread and several persons whose curiousity had been aroused proceeded to the discovery site.
Many items were recovered by the mountain rescue worker who returned to the site on Sunday 22 September. Rainer Henn arrived to investigate the death, on Monday, Sept. Having neglected to bring tools, Henn and his team resorted to hacking it out with a borrowed ice pickaxe and ski pole.
Fatalities occur every year in the high alps due to such things as climbing accidents, exhaustion, adverse weather or sudden deaths.
The following day, an Austrian policeman arrived by helicopter and attempted, with the assistance of a mountain rescue keeper, to free the body with a pneumatic jackhammer.On their descent from a peak near Tisenjoch they strayed a little from the recommended route in the hope of finding a short cut and, as they traversed a rock-strewn elevated plateau near a retreating mountain glacier at some 3210 meters above sea level, they passed a gully filled with thawing ice and melt-water within which they noticed something unusual.Further investigation showed this object, which Helmut Simon at first, and from a little distance, thought to be a "doll's head", to be an actual human corpse.International complications came into play as, although the body was discovered in a place where waters as they drained from this part of the Alps flowed towards Austria, its actual resting-place was confirmed, by a subsequent border survey of early October, to have been some 93 metres inside the Italian border.Agreements were reached between the relevant authorities allowing for the continued responsibility for the investigation of the corpse to lie with the Forensic Institute at Innsbruck.