THE MYSTERIOUS DEATH AF A BACK-PACKER, A FAKE NAME AND THE “DEATH” ISLAND

 

 

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Article posted  by: White Nation  correspondent Johannesburg July 04 2017

 

THAILAND

 

A BACKPACKERElise Dallemagne -‘used fake name’ in days before her death on Koh Tao Island where she was found hanged and eaten by lizards The Belgian reportedly checked into a hotel under a different name a week before her body was found on Koh Tao, Thailand. 

Elise Dallemagne, 30, was found dead on April 28 in a jungle on the island of Koh Tao – where British backpackers Hannah Witheridge and David Miller were murdered on a beach in 2014. Mystery has surrounded Dallemagne’s death, with her parents insisting they do not believe the claims of local police that she “hanged herself. “And it now appears the backpacker was trying to conceal her identity when she arrived at a hotel a little over a week before her body was discovered, according to the Bangkok Post.

The backpacker's remains were found around a mile-and-a-half from the hotel

A hotel worker told cops Dallemagne checked in at the Triple B Hotel on Mae Hat bay at about 3pm on April 19, according to the newspaper. She asked for the cheapest room, costing 400baht (£9) for a night, the report claimed. The Belgian is said to have refused to write her passport number in the hotel’s log book, promising to provide it later. After writing her name in the register, she then reportedly scratched out her surname and replaced it with “Depis”. Later that evening, a mysterious fire broke out in the room where Dallemagne was staying and spread to three adjacent rooms, the Post reported.

The Belgian was the seventh tourist to be found dead on the island in three years

The backpacker’s remains were found around a mile-and-a-half from the hotel
She vanished from the hotel that night and was found dead around a week later, roughly a mile and a half away. A police probe has now been re-opened after the backpacker’s devastated parents suggested foul play. Her heartbroken mum Michele van Egten said: “I do not believe what the police have told us. We fear somebody else was involved. “We’re more and more thinking that the police information is not the right explanation.”Tragic Dallemagne was the seventh tourist to turn up dead on the island in the last three years. The growing body count has led to Koh Tao being dubbed the “death island” on social media.

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