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| Editor in Chief Bill ||08 Dec 2017 8:43 p.m. PST|
Thirty year old Yuthapong was found without his trousers on.
Bang Saphan police think he might have fallen asleep and been hit by ocean debris brought in on a big wave.
But the locals are all sure – he was enticed to the lonely spot by a ghost that resulted in his death…
|Cacique Caribe||08 Dec 2017 9:03 p.m. PST|
"Fifty meters away was his lifeless body underneath a slab of concrete."
Wow, that must have been some wave!
"Police and foundation medics helped lift the concrete off the body that was dressed in a purple shirt but no trousers."
Never underestimate the power of strong waves and the indiscriminate way that they can disrobe a body. If it could move a slab of concrete, it could easily pull off pants or other articles of clothing in the strangest ways, as the 2004 Christmas Tsunami proved many times.
|Ed Mohrmann ||09 Dec 2017 1:43 p.m. PST|
Hmmm…methinks more here than is apparent…
|Cacique Caribe||09 Dec 2017 3:42 p.m. PST|
True, he might have gotten caught with his pants already down.
Which begs the question … with whom? And is there another body to be found?
Nonetheless I get the feeling that "ghost" is still a convenient (and often officia)l catch-all determination in some places, for anything odd or as yet uninvestigated/unexplained. Just like the djinn "police" used to do in some parts of the world, who would go from place to place arresting and punishing people they claimed were possessed.
| StoneMtnMinis ||09 Dec 2017 9:53 p.m. PST|
Perhaps just another case of Arkancide. Did he know hillary?