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Mystery as Norwegian tourist, 28, found dead on Koh Samui 

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2 hours ago, SamuiGeezer said:

True. Is it still a mystery? and another one that has been brushed under the carpet?

From a previous post from a good friend of his rgarnsworthy (Post #77) :-

 

"As for His untimely death, I have learnt facts not previously known and don’t really want to divulge unnecessary information. However I will say that it was brought on by a rare hereditary decease which he wasn’t managing properly. Which eventually developed into DVT. I’m sure that he didn’t suffer and it was over maybe before he even knew. Again RIP MY GOOD FRIEND, I HOPE THAT GARAGE IS STOCKED UP OF ALL YOUR FAVORITES, FOR YOUR PLEASURE!!"

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18 hours ago, brianthainess said:

Can we have a reenactment with big joke in the car pleese.

why - are you a dodgy character and a bit worried about his actions ….

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11 hours ago, Pique Dard said:

...why so many farangs are dying in thailand?

Probably a few more since this  one - SIX months ago! But having only joined ThaiVisa recently, you have a lot of catching up to do!

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On 8/14/2018 at 2:24 PM, animalmagic said:

Carbon monoxide is colourless and odourless; I think it is sometimes referred to as the 'silent killer'.  I'm not theorising anything just pointing out alternatives to the suicide or heart attack options.

yes plus the heat of the day can be added possibly causing additional drowsiness or inattention....

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4 minutes ago, sambum said:

Probably a few more since this  one - SIX months ago! But having only joined ThaiVisa recently, you have a lot of catching up to do!

Quite a lot by the look of it... 

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1 hour ago, tlandtday said:

yes plus the heat of the day can be added possibly causing additional drowsiness or inattention....

You are only now answering a comment made in AUGUST 2018?

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