The project started in 2013 fostered by the sadness brought in by certain crimes in the public domain at the time in Spain. We started browsing for data and this led us to further research both in scope and depth. We found out and documented lots of death and disappearance cases that had taken place in our country throughout the years. The project took shape and found a proper definition in the place common to so many of the stories: the silent landscape turned into witness and even collaborator of dreadful events. Their remoteness, their isolation and silent stance make these landscapes the cover of the darkest happenings. These places can hold a secret and conceal the stories. They are the foundation of this work. The photographs in Dai show recreated scenes that are open to interpretation. They include some key elements of the murders but specific data about each crime have been intentionally omitted. Most of these deaths brought huge media attention focused in the most offensive details. For this very reason such sensationalism has been avoided but all images have a real story behind.