The Zur Triftsperre riverside hotel in Passau, Germany, where the three bodies were discovered. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)
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Investigators were on Tuesday pursuing leads that five mysterious deaths, including three by crossbow bolts, may have been a murder-suicide pact among Germans with a reported passion for medieval folklore and weaponry.Germany has been baffled by the macabre case since the trio of corpses was found Saturday in a hotel in the Bavarian town of Passau, followed by Monday's discovery of two dead women across the country in the town of Wittingen.Three crossbows were later found in the room, one still in its bag.One of the women, a 35-year-old primary school teacher, was the partner of Farina C., the other was a 19-year-old who was also living in the same Wittingen address, police said Tuesday.
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