|Indikatupana amok case|
|Date|| March 1929|
|Location(s)||Indikatupana, Sri Lanka|
In March 1929 a pilgrim killed two people and seriously wounded 18 others at the Indikatupana (needle gorge) near Adam's Peak, Sri Lanka. The man started stabbing other pilgrims with a clasp knife after an insult against his wife and the other women in his party, and later surrendered himself to police in Hatton.
- ↑ Pilgrim Runs Amok - Two Killed and Eighteen Others Injured, The Straits Times (April 6, 1929)
- ↑ Pilgrim runs amok, The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser (April 9, 1929)