Sunday, March 1, 2015

2015 - FEB - Multiple Corpses

2015-02-01 - Man and woman fall off building and die in coastal Singapore, possible topplers:

Note: Here's a Google Maps link of the area...

2015-02-03 - Woman and niece, 26 and 2, collapse and die in Jabalpur (India), blamed on gas from spice factory:

2015-02-04 - Couple, 35 and 30, found burned to death in room in Agra (India):

2015-02-04 - Couple found dead in their room in coastal Accra (Ghana):

2015-02-05 - Man and woman, 52 and 78, found dead at home in Brackley on Prince Edward Island (Canada):,-leaving-mother-unable-to-look-after-herself/1

2015-02-09 - Two people found dead in the water near Rio Grande (Puerto Rico):

2015-02-10 - 32 people die from unknown cause in 12 hours at hospital in Sylhet (Bangladesh):

2015-02-11 - Man, 56, and young daughter found dead in home in suburb of Albuquerque (New Mexico):

2015-02-12 - Brother and sister, both 50s, found dead in home in coastal Galway (Ireland):

Quote: "It is understood that there was no sign of a break-in and there was no indication that either sibling had sustained injuries."

Note: Here's a Google Maps link of the area...

2015-02-13 - Two men, 30 to 40, found dead in room at holiday resort in Riyadh (Saudi Arabia):

2015-02-15 - Two men found dead near Corporation Parkway in Raleigh (North Carolina):

Quote: "Police are investigating two bodies found Sunday morning off Corporation Pkwy. Police said the bodies of two adult men were discovered in an 'undeveloped area' in the 1700 block of Corporation Pkwy. Police said foul play is not suspected in their deaths."

2015-02-15 - Mother and son, 84 and 60, found dead outside their home in Spotsylvania (Virginia):

Quote: "Initial investigation reveals that Viola Cox suffered a medical emergency Saturday night and her son was on his way to a neighbor's house to get help when he too suffered a medical emergency, according to the sheriff's office."

Note: Say, that's what breathing hydrogen sulfide causes: medical emergencies, often of the fatal variety. You're most likely to collapse and die yourself in the wee hours, when outdoors, and when in, near or downwind of low-lying areas like ditches, ravines, valleys, canyons, basements, tunnels, lakes, ponds, streams, oceans, bays, quays, harbors, etc.

Also, keep in mind that merely knocking you unconscious can cause you to die. If you're knocked unconscious in water, you drown. If it's cold then you freeze. If it's hot then you bake. If you're leaning out over a balcony then you fall. If you're driving then you crash. And so on. So it doesn't actually have to be a lethal dose of hydrogen sulfide to end up killing you. You might just feel dizzy and the next thing you know, you're dead, because of where and under what circumstances that you lost consciousness...

2015-02-16 - Couple, 92 and 82, found dead outside their home in Morgan County (Illinois):

2015-02-17 - Three children killed, four people injured, when van bursts into flame in Jhang (Pakistan):

2015-02-17 - Couple in their 20s found dead in home in Johnstown (Colorado):

Quote: "The victims were in their early to mid 20s. Police say there is no indication of foul play and no threat to the community. Neighbors say the couple were very involved in their church and truly seemed happy."

2015-02-21 - Two snowmobilers found dead on the Burin Peninsula near coastal Marystown (Canada):

2015-02-22 - Man and woman, 35 and 24, found dead in the Smokehouse Fork area in Harts (West Virginia):

2015-02-22 - Man and woman, 64 and 61, found dead outside their home in Distant (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "The coroner found no injuries to either Steffey or Cook that would have caused their deaths. There was also no sign of physical altercation or struggle."

2015-02-22 - Six infants die in two days of unknown cause in hospital in Libya:

2015-02-23 - Woman and son, 22 and 2, found dead in burning car in Greensboro (North Carolina):

Note: They don't know if it's homicide or not. They don't even know what killed these people. Might've been just like that guy who got critically burned in his SUV after it caught fire on this day. Also looks similar to the young engaged couple who burned to death in their SUV in the wee hours in McFarland (Wisconsin), mentioned in the 2013-01-01 update. Of course many people have burned to death in vehicles since then too, but that event was something of a wakeup call, a harbinger of more charred corpses to come...

2015-02-23 - Man and woman, 34 and 50, found dead in home in Dayton (Ohio):

2015-02-24 - Two men found dead in Walpole Island (Canada), near Lake St. Clair:

2015-02-24 - Two men, 21 and 42, found dead near the Uyyakondan River (India):

2015-02-25 - Mother and son, 48 and 19, die within 4 days of unknown cause in St. Peters (Missouri):

Quote: "Zach Smith, 19, and his mother Rhonda Smith, 48, both of St. Peters, died within four days of each other after being in seemingly perfect health."

Note: Sounds similar to an incident where three people, 78, 58 and 54, dropped dead in the same house within 24 hours, in Woodville (Alabama), mentioned in the 2013-11-20 update...

2015-02-25 - Two boys, teens, go missing, found dead in canal, in Delhi (India):

2015-02-26 - Two men found dead in home in Manheim Township (Pennsylvania):

2015-02-26 - Two people found dead in home on coastal Vancouver Island (Canada):

2015-02-26 - Four men and a woman found dead in the Rio Grande near Rio Grande City (Texas):

2015-02-28 - Woman and two sons, 28, 8 and 5, found dead in well in Manasa (India):

Quote: "Prima facie the incident seems to be a case of suicide and primary investigations point towards the woman having ended life with both sons, over some domestic problems with husband Manohar."

Note: Or maybe she had a 'medical event' and collapsed dead like the 26-year-old woman who just had a 'medical event' and collapsed dead next to the Williamette River in Portland (Oregon), mentioned in the 2015-02-26 update. And if she was holding the kids when she collapsed - to help them get a drink or whatever - then they'd all fall in. In India, where cops lack even a semblance of competence, they often blame corpses in bodies of water on suicide. And they ALWAYS blame the people who die foaming at the mouth on suicide, and sometimes the people who burn to death too. But prima facie, as they like to say, the evidence also supports an incidence of hydrogen sulfide poisoning here. No mention of any note. Cops in India must have mightily-muscled legs with all the jumping to conclusions that they do...

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