Wednesday, May 1, 2013

2013 - APR - Multiple Corpses


2013-04-29 - Three children, 14, 10 and 7, suddenly sicken and die at home in Bajura district (Nepal):
Note: They'd just returned from grazing goats. Was there a stream or river or pond near the grazing area? Hydrogen sulfide does not always kill immediately; there can be a delay of minutes, hours, sometimes even days. Or their water supply may be contaminated there, and the rice they ate was cooked with contaminated water...
Quote: "Where could be a better place to unwind and forget about the outside world then our 10-metre indoor pool and jacuzzi?"
Note: Yep, they sure got unwound and forgot about the outside world there...
2013-04-23 - Five boys, ages 10 to 14, found dead in ditch in Assam's Nagaon district (India):
Quote: " was suspected that they had gone in search for food and fallen into the ditch."
Note: Ah, I just love India and the unbelievable fantasy stories that they concoct to explain all the mysterious deaths...
2013-04-22 - Couple, 51 and 57, found dead in apartment in coastal Woolloomooloo (Australia):
Note: They say possible drug overdose. Well, I did mention that the authorities would be using that as an excuse to try to disguise what's happening. Maybe this WAS a double-fatality drug overdose, but I sure wouldn't bet on it...
Quote: "Prima facie it appears that the three died due to poisoning..."
Note: Sure, I'll buy that. Some poisonous hydrogen sulfide blows in through an open window and poof, three generations of a family flop over dead...
Quote: "The police were knocking on doors telling everyone to get inside and close their windows because there had been a chemical incident."
Note: Their working theory is that the mother used her knowledge of chemistry to kill her daughters and herself by mixing up some poison gas. Hey, ya never know. Could simply be that some poisonous hydrogen sulfide gas blew in off the ocean and killed them. Seems like that'd be more likely...
2013-04-12 - Newlywed couple, 26 and 21, found dead at home in 2nd Cross, Noornagar, Kothanur (India):
Quote: "The motive for their death is yet to be ascertained, as the couple, who had entered wedlock just two months ago, were said to be happily married."
Note: Their working theory is that this happy young couple who just got married suddenly decided it was time to kill themselves and ate some poison. Well, that's one (insanely illogical) theory. Or, maybe some poisonous hydrogen sulfide blew through an open window at their home and killed them. That seems more likely to me.
2013-04-11 - Man and woman, 38 and 53, found dead at home on the Gold Coast in Australia:
2013-04-11 - Mother and daughter, 107 and 69, found dead at home in Builth Wells (Britain):
Quote: "A Dyfed Powys police spokeswoman said their deaths were 'sudden'."
Note: Builth Wells sits at the confluence of the River Wye and the River Irfon, in the Welsh of the Wye Valley. And hey, I'm not saying the 107-year-old got cheated on her lifespan there. If it was just her that died, I wouldn't think anything of it. But they BOTH died, and they died suddenly...
2013-04-06 - Family of four found dead in farm well near Akola (India):
2013-04-01 - Woman, 36, and girl, 10, die on boat on Lake Windermere (Britain):
Quote: "Emergency services were called to a jetty on the eastern shore at around 4pm on Monday following reports that a number of people on a private boat were suffering from serious breathing difficulties. The woman and child went into cardiac arrest and were treated at the scene before being airlifted to the Royal Lancaster Infirmary, where they later died."
Quote: "Police were unable to confirm reports that the deaths were the result of carbon monoxide."
Note: Carbon monoxide is lighter than air (which is why carbon monoxide detectors are placed on ceilings), and is highly unlikely to affect people on a boat, unless they go inside the boat and shut all their windows and doors and light a barbecue grill or something. Hydrogen sulfide causes all of those same symptoms, but is a heavier-than-air gas, and will tend to accumulate in low-lying areas like lakes...

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