A Lincoln Park, Michigan man is making national headlines after being accused of pushing two women into a ravine by a 'fairytale' castle in Germany.

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According to the New York Post, one of the women involved, Eva Lui (21), has died, and the other victim, Kelsey Chang (22), was treated at a hospital and has since been released. Both women were American citizens.

Troy Bohling, 30, allegedly persuaded the women to follow him to a trail to see a better view of Neuschwanstein castle in Schwangau, Germany. Reports indicate the Michigan man pushed one of the women over the ravine and attempted to sexually assault the other woman, before pushing her over too.

As you can imagine, this story has been covered not only in Michigan but all over the world. FOX 2 in Detroit, attempted to speak to family members but was unsuccessful.

A neighbor did speak to FOX 2 (as you will see in the video below), calling Bohling very quiet. You can also watch a video of this story from the Today show below too.

As of now, Troy Bohling will not be brought back to the United States before his case goes to trial. This article will be updated with any updates as they come in.

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