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British tourist found dead in rented house in Koh Samui

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SAMUI: -- Mystery surrounds the death of a fifty year old British tourist found dead in a rented house in the Bo Phut area of Koh Samui.

Police said that Eddie James Wynne had been dead for three or four days, reported Daily News. There was no sign of a struggle, no evidence of theft and no tell tale wounds on the body.

The owner of the house Sunthorn Cha-umwan said that he had not seen Mr Wynne since Saturday. He had rented the room since arriving on May 9th. He kept himself to himself and sometimes friends came for a drink
with him.

Police found a Honda Click parked outside the property that is next to a Bang Jak gas station. All the doors were locked and they had to force a window and clamber inside through that.

The victim was dressed only in grey shorts and was found face down.

The body was sent for autopsy to find the cause of death. Medics said there was no evidence found to suggest that the dead man was suffering from any disease.

Source: Daily News

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They just need to make a template, and change the nationality to save time.

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So, If was the type that kept himself to himself, why would anyone raise alarms after not seeing see him for just a few days?

So how did they know anything was amiss?..to the extent that they thought it neccesary to break into the house?

Judging by how they found him, he wasnt seen through a window or such.

all very strange for everyone not to know anything but know something was amiss.

Unless he was paying the rent each day, but unlikely since he had been there a while.

something smells sour in Dodge

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RIP.

Here we go bitter farangs go for it !

What makes people that ask questions "bitter"?

Granted, it is usually a case of poor reporting/writing/or leaving out facts, but you must admit a lot of what they write makes little sense.

I often have a couple of various empty medicine tabs lying around ive forgotten to throw out.

If i was found dead they would assume id taken all the meds in one go and committed suicide.

that is the mentality/investigating they use.

In this case (the way its reported) these people mysteriously knew to check the guys room (a loner) after just a few days..

no GF raising the alarm, no-one missing him to raise the alarm, and they couldnt see a body till they busted in.

Why?

I could be in my room X days alone and no-one suspects im dead.

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It's a British again. Who is next?

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did I read "forced windows open on a honda CLICK" ????

Only if you have a VERY vivid imagination could you make that connection SL !

You're joking?

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did I read "forced windows open on a honda CLICK" ????

If they moved the statement about the Honda Click to the sentence afterwards, it would have made more sense, but as per usual, proof readers seem to be absent again!

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"Police said that Eddie James Wynne had been dead for three or four days,"

Would it be possible that there was a smell coming from the locked house?

Maybe that is why the police broke in to investigate?

Could it be that he habitually visited the shop in the gas station and he hadn't for a few days?

Maybe they observed rats taking interest in the property?

Homicide is a long way down the list.

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did I read "forced windows open on a honda CLICK" ????

No, you didn't.

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So how did they know anything was amiss?..to the extent that they thought it neccesary to break into the house?

Judging by how they found him, he wasnt seen through a window or such.

Judging by how you comment you didn't look at the link or such.

His body was lying in front of a door and could be clearly seen.

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"Police said that Eddie James Wynne had been dead for three or four days,"

Would it be possible that there was a smell coming from the locked house?

Maybe that is why the police broke in to investigate?

Could it be that he habitually visited the shop in the gas station and he hadn't for a few days?

Maybe they observed rats taking interest in the property?

Homicide is a long way down the list.

Having been in properties after the bodies have been removed, the houses are normally carpeted with dead fly's.

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