Do you know the scandalous case of the “Baroness of the Galapagos”? By 1929, the remote island of Floreana in the Galapagos Archipelago had become famous in Germany for those seeking a simple utopian lifestyle. As more and more families settled in Floreana, so did the “Baroness,” otherwise known as Eloise Wehrborn de Wagner-Bosquet, along with her two young German lovers. The Baroness soon announced plans to build a luxury hotel and built a reputation for flamboyancy amongst the simple colonists. Those plans did not come to fruition, however, as in 1934 the Baroness and one of her lovers disappeared. The other lover hurriedly left the island, and two mummified bodies were found months later. Researchers speculate that the colonists played a role in a massive cover-up.