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Worked in Petchaburi and lived in Khao Yai (Korat Province) - a long journey home! Perhaps he only came home now and again. Is there another Khao Yai near Cha-Am?

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Something is not right in this story.... so he doesn’t answer his phone so she goes to check on him first chance she has?

 

hopefully some predispose medical problem not being disclosed for her to be so suffocating on another family adult member....

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20 hours ago, TallGuyJohninBKK said:

 

All of that likewise struck me as being more than a bit odd....

 

Why?

 

There's a forty-something year old son living with his mother next door to me. I've been in the house now for 18 months - never seen him - but my wife tells me is unbelievably obese. The house is quite 'luxurious' and he's a lawyer apparently.

 

Do you think that is 'odd' too? There must be hundreds - if not hundreds of thousands of men doing the same - not just in Thailand, but all around the world.

 

There are also hundreds - if not hundreds of thousands of daughters doing the same in Thailand. I personally know at least 10-15 from my work and many other single women friends of my wife. This too occurs all over the world.

 

Nothing odd about it at all!

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On 2/28/2019 at 8:31 PM, RotBenz8888 said:

37 years, to young to die. Preexisting disease? Sudden cardiac arrest or massive stroke while asleep? Could be suicide, taking a bunch of pills and then go to bed, but no mention of any suicide note. Foul play? Who knows at this point.

Good gawd Detective TV, give it a rest!

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19 hours ago, jvs said:

His mum is not Swedish but Swiss and so was Pat,he was also Thai.

The story has more faults in it but no need to discuss this here.

 

 

Sweden, Switzerland.... Australia, Austria.... etc etc...

 

World geography and accuracy in journalism aren't exactly high points here.

 

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