Monday, December 1, 2014

2014 - NOV - Multiple Corpses

2014-11-28 - Man and woman, 37 and 36, found dead in motel in Greenwood (Mississippi):

Quote: "Once inside, Moore says officers found Ditrena Lee lying face up on the bed. Jessie Lee was found lying face up on the floor near an interior wall. Moore says there no outside physical signs of trauma were found on either body."

Note: So just another youngish couple dropping dead. Nothing weird about that!

2014-11-28 - Two men found dead floating in body of water in Sungai Kulim (Malaysia):

Quote: "Preliminary inspection did not find any injury on both bodies."

2014-11-27 - Couple found dead in backyard at home in Lake Clarke Shores (Florida), near the coast:

Note: In addition to being near the coast, this home is located right on the eastern (downwind) banks of Lake Clarke...

2014-11-25 - Five people found dead along railroad tracks, four with no injuries, in Dhupguri (India):

Quote: "Save for the girl, there were no significant marks of injuries on the bodies. This ruled out the possibility of theirs being run over by a train."

Note: The girl's body was probably injured when someone carrying her collapsed dead. Trains often run through valleys gouged out of the Earth, for fuel efficiency. Such areas, lower-lying than surrounding areas, are exactly where a heavier-than-air gas like hydrogen sulfide will tend to accumulate until blown onward by the wind. It's a deadly gas, as deadly as hydrogen cyanide, which is what they use in gas chambers to execute people. The British weaponized it and used it in trench warfare against the Germans in WWI because it would flow down into the trenches - which are much like railroad valleys - and kill the crap out of the German soldiers. Another danger in regards to walking along railroad tracks and crossing streets is that hydrogen sulfide may just knock you unconscious but not kill you, but then you get mowed down by a train or vehicle and end up dead anyway. Same thing when it knocks you unconscious at the same time it ignites your vehicle or home, and then you just lay there unconscious and burn to death...

2014-11-24 - Mother and 3 children, 40, 17, 14, and 10, found dead in home in Old Panna (India):

2014-11-22 - Man and woman found dead in the Sarvis Creek area south of Steamboat Springs (Colorado):

2014-11-22 - Two teens found dead in pond in Savannah (Missouri):

2014-11-21 - Couple in their 50s found dead in home on Cornwall Way in Ruskington, near Sleaford (Britain):

2014-11-20 - Two people burn to death when semi trailer explodes and burns at port in coastal Dunkirk (France):

Quote: "According to police, the truck, which was travelling to the UK from Brussels, was waiting to board a ferry at the Loon-Plage ferry terminal when there was an 'explosion' in the trailer."

2014-11-18 - Two people found dead in home, another injured, near Eckelson (North Dakota):

Quote: "Sheriff Randy McClaflin says that there was a strong smell of propane inside the home when rescue crews arrived on scene Monday night."

Note: Propane is odorless so they add methyl mercaptan to it and that smells like 'rotten eggs'. That's what hydrogen sulfide smells like in low concentrations too. Suspicious...

2014-11-18 - Couple, newly married, 68 and 44, found dead in home in Spartanburg County (South Carolina):

2014-11-17 - Man and woman, 24 and 20, found dead in motel room in Fairfield (Iowa):

2014-11-14 - Father and son, 63 and 39, burn to death when van bursts into flame on Highway 78 near Temple (Georgia):

Quote: "The son was driving the vehicle when a fire started underneath the van’s dashboard, Robinson said. The son pulled the vehicle off the road and he tried to rescue his father, whom investigators believe was asleep in the back of the van, authorities said. Both men were trapped by the fire..."

2014-11-14 - Two people found dead in home on Brookside Drive in Eugene (Oregon):

2014-11-13 - Man, 46, and woman found dead at home in Yate, near Bristol (Britain):

Quote: "The constabulary, which is leading the investigation, has refused to say why the Hazardous Area Response Team attended..."

2014-11-13 - Couple in their 40s found dead in home on Woodlands Park Close in Wigan (Britain):

Note: This house is about 200 feet east (downwind) of a stream or creek...

2014-11-13 - Couple found dead in home on Royal Court in Penicuik (Scotland):

2014-11-12 - Woman and two children, 32, 17 and 8, found dead in the Karamana River in coastal Thiruvananthapuram (India):

Quote: "The bodies of a 32-year-old woman and two children who were reportedly missing were fished out from Karamana river, under the limits of Aryanad police station. The deceased have been identified as Sheeja, wife of Vijayakumar of Kizhakupuram, her son Jibin, 8, and Anikuttan, 17,  son of Vijayakumar from his first marriage."

2014-11-12 - Sister and brother found dead in home in Lothian (Scotland), near the Firth of Forth:

2014-11-10 - Three children die in one pond, two more die in another pond, in Bangladesh:

2014-11-10 - Young couple, 20 and 19, found dead in well in Jaamkota (India):

2014-11-09 - Man, boy and girl, 26, 13 and 9, found dead in the water at George Dam near coastal Cape Town (South Africa):

2014-11-09 - Two men found dead in apartment in Moncton (Canada), near the coast:

2014-11-08 - Teens go swimming, three go missing, next seen dead in the Trishuli River in Dhading District (Nepal):

2014-11-08 - Two men, 30 and 35, found dead in apartment in Polanco area in Mexico City (Mexico):

2014-11-07 - Mother and son, 95 and 63, found dead at home in Salisbury (North Carolina), 200 feet from a stream:

2014-11-05 - Couple, 66 and 61, die at beach on the island of Cyprus:

Quote: "A British man collapsed and died after trying to rescue a grandmother from the sea in Cyprus as she suffered a fatal heart attack. Bernard Harris, 61, also died of a heart attack an hour after helping to drag Christine Sugarhood, 66, onto the beach in Paphos. The pair were said by police to be friends."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is water-soluble and it can stop your heart. Is it mere coincidence that two people dropped dead of cardiac arrest shortly after contact with water at a beach? Highly doubtful. Sounds similar to the family of four found dead at Henry Hagg Lake (Oregon) in August, mentioned in the 2014-08-25 update. More than 200 people sickened after swimming at Horseshoe Lake near Mount Saint Helens (Washington), mentioned in the 2014-07-16 update. More than a dozen people sickened after swimming in Blue Lake in Blue Lake Park (Oregon), also mentioned in the 2014-07-16 update. And so on and so on...

2014-11-05 - Mother, father and child found dead in creek in coastal Shanghai (China):

Quote: "The father worked at a local factory, the person said, adding that he neither smoked nor drank, and that there didn't appear to be anything strange going on with the family prior to the deaths. The woman's body was found floating in the water just meters away from their home. The two other bodies were discovered floating not far off."

2014-11-05 - Young engaged couple found dead in apartment in coastal Delta State (Nigeria):

Quote: "Meanwhile, findings revealed that the couple, whose wedding was slated for November 22, had started preparation, with invitation cards already sent out to intending guests."

2014-11-05 - Two young men found dead in car in Pavlodar (Kazakhstan):

Quote: "Bodies of two young men were found inside a car in the yard of one of the houses in Pavlodar, the regional internal affairs department said. Both men were immediately identified as the natives of the city born in 1991 and 1992. No signs of violence death were found on their bodies."

2014-11-03 - Two men, 59 and 51, go duck hunting, next seen dead near their ATV in private lake in Hughes County (Oklahoma):

Note: A 65-year-old man just went duck hunting and dropped dead after entering a slough to retrieve game, in Edmunds County (South Dakota), mentioned in the 2014-11-02 update. Duck hunters go near bodies of water. Hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas so it tends to end up in all the same places that water does. It's also water-soluble and can kill you via skin contact. So, duck hunters are dying. In the summer it's more swimmers and boaters and divers that end up dying. And people in swimming pools have been dying for some time, with two more dead in pools in this day's update. It's all the same problem...

2014-11-03 - Couple found dead at home in the West Bay area of coastal Millport on the island of Cumbrae (Scotland):

2014-11-02 - Two women burned to death when van bursts into flame en route from Islamabad to Manal (Pakistan):

2014-11-02 - Couple found dead in home, bleeding from their noses, in Faqirabad (Pakistan):

Quote: "A young man identified as Imdadullah and his wife, Shagufta were found dead inside their house in Faqirabad locality. A police official said that the bodies were shifted to local mortuary for autopsy. He said that there was no apparent sign of violence on the bodies, but added that the victims were bleeding from their noses which indicated that might have been poisoned to death."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide poisoning can cause bleeding from nose/mouth/ears and sometimes foaming from the mouth, and sometimes people just drop dead, or go insane, or sicken with 'flu-like' symptoms. In May, ten people had contact with water and died and eight more people were knocked unconscious, in Dera Ismail Khan (Pakistan), mentioned in the 2014-05-02 update. A family of five were found dead at home, foaming from the mouth, in coastal Karachi (Pakistan), mentioned in the 2013-12-09 update. Two men burned to death when their car ignited, in coastal Sindh (Pakistan), mentioned in the 2014-03-21 update. And so on...

2014-11-01 - Two women, 86 and 58, found dead in home in Youngstown (Ohio):

Quote: "So far, police have not discovered any signs of foul play or drug overdose and the fire department has not found any evidence of carbon monoxide poisoning."

2014-11-01 - Couple found dead in home on the island of Groote Eylandt in the Gulf of Carpentaria (Australia):

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