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Younger sister takes mum to visit her son - they find a skeleton in the mosquito net

 

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A mother and daughter visiting relatives in Udon Thani decided to make a detour on their way back to Phuket to visit their son and brother who they had not heard from in a year.

 

Nothing seemed out of order at the house except that no one had done any cleaning for a long time.

 

An upstairs bedroom was locked from the inside.

 

Patrawan, 34, and her mum decided to go and stay in a resort on Tuesday night and on Wednesday morning they asked the Phoo Yai Ban (village elder) near the house in Nong Bualamphu province to help them force the door.

 

Inside they found the skeletal remains of a man. They believe it must be Sarawuth, 36, their relative.

 

He was lying in bed in the mosquito net.

 

Patrawan explained that the family moved away a year ago to work in Phuket. They left Sarawuth alone in the house and had not heard from him since then.

 

Na Klang police think that the victim had been dead for at least six months. He was apparently seen by neighbors in early March.

 

They could not say how he died. An autopsy is being carried out.

 

Source: Sanook

 
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So let me understand something here, you live your son alone in a house, you don't hear from him for a year os so, and it didn't dawn on anyone to ask someone from the village to go check on the man? some family i say...

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7 minutes ago, cornishcarlos said:

That's pretty sad in this day and age, with modern communication !!

I'd hope someone would miss me enough to check before a year was up !!!

Hard to communicate if dead, no matter how modern equipment he had.

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3 minutes ago, Vacuum said:

Hard to communicate if dead, no matter how modern equipment he had.

 

That's my point exactly... If you haven't been able to get hold of someone, you should be going to check on them before a year is up !!!

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27 minutes ago, webfact said:

Na Klang police think that the victim had been dead for at least six months. He was apparently seen by neighbors in early March.

So the neighbors weren't in anyway concerned, or the least bit curious that he had not been seen for six months? 

Presumably there would have been a rather unpleasant smell, although it could be that his property was quite isolated.

But surely he must have had people come around for bill payments such as water or other amenities.  All very sad.

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1 hour ago, NCC1701A said:

I bet the  mosquitoes were pissed off. :cheesy:

 

RIP Thai man .

I was tempted to make some smart ass comment about necrophilia Mosquitoes, but I'd probably get told off again so I won't.

 

RIP.

 

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Such a caring Mother and Sister that they cared so much for him they couldn't be bothered to contact him for a year ?  Guess now they will be squabbling about anything he left. Then back to Phuket for big party as if nothing happened.

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7 hours ago, Esso49 said:

Such a caring Mother and Sister that they cared so much for him they couldn't be bothered to contact him for a year ?  Guess now they will be squabbling about anything he left. Then back to Phuket for big party as if nothing happened.

Perhaps the family had a skeleton in the cupboard

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1 minute ago, Esso49 said:

or in this case , make no bones about it, it was "a skeleton in the bed"

Quite so my man, but the skeleton in the cupboard, is not normally an actual "Skeleton" but of course it could be

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