AKIPRESS.COM - German police are investigating the deaths of three people who were found in a rural Bavarian hotel impaled by crossbow bolts, BBC reports.
A chambermaid discovered the bodies in a room alongside two crossbows. So far there is no sign that another person was involved, police say.
The relationship between the three victims - a man aged 53 and two women aged 30 and 33 - remains unclear.
The hotel stands in an idyllic spot by the Ilz river, near the city of Passau.
An autopsy on the three bodies is scheduled to begin on Monday.
Another hotel guest, who was staying in the hotel for a short break, told local newspaper Passauer Neue Presse that it had been a "completely quiet night".
The hotel manager said the three dead, who were all German, had planned to stay for three nights but had not ordered breakfast.