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Bodom Church The white wooden church was built in 1905 to seat about 150 people. The building was designed by G. Wiese Opsal. The new church was consecrated on 1 August 1905 by the bishop Vilhelm Andreas Wexelsen.
Lake Bodom The Finnish melodic death metal band Children of Bodom, who are also from Espoo, derive their name from the lake. All the band members looked for good names in their local phone book. When they stumbled upon Lake Bodom, they felt it was a name with impact and one behind which was a story they found interesting.
Lake Bodom Lake Bodom (, ) is a lake in Finland located on the suburbs of the city of Espoo, not far from Helsinki. The lake measures approximately three kilometres in length and one kilometre in width.
Lake Bodom The lake is notorious for murders that occurred in the early morning hours of June 5, 1960, when four teenagers (two boys, Nils Gustafsson and Seppo Boisman and two girls, Tuulikki Mäki and Irmeli Björklund) went on a camping trip to the lake and were mysteriously attacked while sleeping in their tent. Three were killed and one survived. This event is commonly referred to as the Lake Bodom murders. In June 2005, the only survivor, Gustafsson, was charged with murdering his friends. On October 7, 2005 the district court found him not guilty of all charges against him.
Erik Bodom In 1862, Bodom established a permanent residence in Germany, That same year he visited Norway for the last time. He died in Düsseldorf. The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design is the owner of several pieces of his art including "Fra Nordmarken" (1857), "Havneparti" (1865), and "Kystparti med bauta og vrak" (1878).
Bodom (film) Bodom (internationally Lake Bodom) is a 2016 Finnish horror film directed by Taneli Mustonen. It is inspired by but not based on the 1960 Lake Bodom murders.
Bodom Church Bodom Church (, formerly called "Bodom kapell") is a parish church in the municipality of Steinkjer in Nord-Trøndelag county, Norway. It is located in the village of Bodom in the Upper Ogndal area of Steinkjer, about east of the town of Steinkjer. The church is part of the Ogndal parish in the Nord-Innherad deanery in the Diocese of Nidaros.
Erik Bodom Erik Bodom (September 28, 1829 – 16 April 1879) was a Norwegian landscape painter.
Erik Bodom Bodom developed a distinctly romanticized form of landscape painting. He painted in a style similar to that associated with August Cappelen, who was noted for his melancholic and romantic landscape paintings. Bodom often featured scenes from the coniferous forests of Eastern Norway. The composition of such images frequently featured landscapes of forested hills and quiet ponds, often with a bewitching atmosphere using strong contrasts between light and dark.
Erik Bodom Sources differ regarding the date of his death. Monroe (1908) and Hannover (1922), among others, give 1879, but Muther (1896) gives 1873 and the "Meyers Konversations-Lexikon" 4th ed. (1890) gives April 18, 1880.