Results 1 to 23 of 23
  1. #1
    Out there...
    StrontiumDog's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2009
    Last Online
    @
    Location
    BKK
    Posts
    40,030

    Phuket Expat Deaths Hit 49, Plus Recent Drownings

    Phuket Expat Deaths Hit 49, Plus Recent Drownings - Phuket Wan


    A Phuket morgue: Expat deaths hold few surprises so far this year
    Photo by phuketwan.com


    Phuket Expat Deaths Hit 49, Plus Recent Drownings

    By Alan Morison and Chutima Sidasathian
    Saturday, August 21, 2010


    STATISTICS from Phuket police record the deaths of 49 expats on Phuket in the year so far to August 17. However, three drownings at beaches in the Kata-Karon region of Phuket in that period are not listed.

    This omission probably reflects a delay in the processing of paperwork rather than any attempt to cover up the number of drownings at Phuket's beaches.

    The latest fatality statistics, obtained by Phuketwan, are among official figures involving expats on Phuket that will be presented to honorary consuls and embassy representatives at the Governor's special quarterly meeting on Monday.

    Phuket police now compile statistics from all police stations involving expats to demolish rumor and gossip about the levels of crimes, trauma and tragedy involving expat residents and tourists on Phuket.

    The three drownings currently unrecorded in the statistics are all tourists - Rumanian Gheorghe Paulivc, who drowned at Karon more than a month ago, on July 20; Bahraini Ali Abdulaziz Al Saeed, who drowned at Karon on August 8, and Chinese Zhao Dakun who drowned at neighboring Kata beach in a double-tragedy on the same Sunday afternoon.

    While the drownings have been overlooked, the recent murder of Phuket tourist and former US Marine Dashawn Longfellow on August 14 has been listed.

    The number of drownings on Phuket's famous western holiday beaches has become a cause for concern over the past two years.

    It may well be an issue raised at the governor's meeting with honorary consuls and embassy representatives from as many as 22 nations on Monday.

    Here are the official lists. We've published first the most recent deaths, then the deaths that were listed when the honorary consuls and the governor held their second meeting, back in May.

    Phuket Expat Deaths, May 11 to August 17 (minus three unrecorded drownings)

    Frank Visakay American died May 11 after a fatal fall at home
    Pierre Antoine Giovanelli Switzerland died May 12 of old age in Kamala
    Kevin William Dean British died May 23 at Club Coconut Hotel of chronic illness
    Giglberger Karl Wilfried Germany died May 25 at Patong Hospital, chronic illness
    Marek Klein German May 26 drowned at Surin beach
    Kennert Rode Svahan Swedish died May 26 at Nordic Guesthouse Karon, heart attack
    (Ms) Gabriella Rosemarie Strand Swedish died May 29 at Loma Park restaurant, electric shock
    Morris Shawn Anthony Australia died June 10, leapt from Baan Kanjana Guesthouse, Patong
    (Ms) Rebecca Louise Callaghan British, drowned June 12 at Kata beach, died later at Patong Hospital
    Migliorini Carlo Italian, died June 15, Patong Hospital, of chronic illness
    Lionel Le Cossec French, died June 17, suicide by hanging at Kathu
    David Kenneth Gowenlock Australia, died June 21, at Patong Hospital of chronic illness
    Per Ola Eriksson Swedish, died June 19 at Kata Residence, Karon, of chronic illness
    Jamie Thomas Thow Australia, died June 22 at BYD Lofts, Patong, of illness
    Mark Edward Stevens British, died July 18 at Bowman Resort, Patong, leapt from building
    Adam John Sutcliffe Australia, died August 1 in motorcycle crash, Patong Hill
    Dashawn Longfellow American, died August 14 at Ya Nui Resort II, Rawai, murdered

    Phuket Expat Deaths, January 1 to May 10

    Barry Cutler Britain Fell down steps January 5 at home in Phuket City
    No name male, nationality unknown found hanged January 6 in forest near Laem Ka Noi
    Michael Malonzo Australia died January 15 in Siam Safari crash, Nakkerd Hill
    Jean Hubert Doonay Belgium died January 24 Phuket Graceland of old age
    Wolf Dieter Eugen Kbelheim Germany January 27 attacked with knife outside 7-Eleven
    Richard Johnson US hanged February 5 at home in Rawai
    Rudolf Ducke Germany February 7 road crash in Rawai
    Lattner Ralf Germany February 8 heart attack at Patong
    Gian Pietro Perone Italy February 10 heart attack in Patong
    Gerhard Kurt Rodschinka Germany February 10 unknown cause at bungalow Rawai
    Nathan Edward Australia February 14 Fall at Hilton Phuket Hilton Arcadia Resort, Karon
    Apostolos Pentefountas Greece February 16 heart attack in Patong
    Thetaz Dominique Sylvie Switzerland February 25 cancer at home in Patong
    Tarmuji Indonesia February 26 road crash in Phuket City
    Hoger Heiz Schunka Germany March 2 cause unknown at Happy House, Karon
    Donald Michael Craig Canada March 7 of chronic illness at Ao Sane bungalow
    Joselito Macabio Vilegas Philippines March 11 road crash at Cherng Talay
    Sorensen Henrik Love Denmark March 13 heart attack at resort in Patong
    Dino Costa Italy March 19 cause unknown at Kamala beach in a dinghy
    William Mann Britain March 22 of chronic illness at home in Kathu
    Lindehoseberg Sonia Sweden March 28 drowning at Kata beach
    Ludex Novax Netherlands March 27 heart attack in hotel at Patong
    Jean-Luc Boutot France March 27 of chronic illness at Rawai
    Lars Evert Lennart Thor Sweden April 1 heart attack at Patong
    Loh Ying Jie Singapore April 2 jet-ski collision at Patong
    Rampanaux Jean Pascal Sweden April 13 heart attack at resort in Kamala
    Simone Tenerello Italy April 17 struck with bottle by katoey in Patong
    Mikka Olavialltonen Finland April 24 overdose of Viagra at guesthouse in Patong
    John Grant Kerr New Zealand May 3 motorcycle crash in Patong
    Sergei Poliakov Russia May 9 motorcycle crash in Patak Road Karon
    Alexander Drobot Russia May 10 found in car, cause unknown at home in Rawai
    Lee Kam Yum China May 10 in car crash, Cherng Talay
    "Slavery is the daughter of darkness; an ignorant people is the blind instrument of its own destruction; ambition and intrigue take advantage of the credulity and inexperience of men who have no political, economic or civil knowledge. They mistake pure illusion for reality, license for freedom, treason for patriotism, vengeance for justice."-Simón Bolívar

  2. #2
    A Cockless Wonder
    Looper's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2007
    Last Online
    Today @ 02:16 AM
    Posts
    13,372
    Quote Originally Posted by StrontiumDog
    Mikka Olavialltonen Finland April 24 overdose of Viagra at guesthouse in Patong
    Must have had a job getting the coffin lid closed on this bloke

  3. #3
    Philippine Expat
    Davis Knowlton's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Last Online
    @
    Location
    Philippines
    Posts
    18,096
    Will look nice on his tombstone.

  4. #4

    R.I.P.


    dirtydog's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2005
    Last Online
    @
    Location
    Pattaya Jomtien
    Posts
    58,763
    Quote Originally Posted by StrontiumDog
    Simone Tenerello Italy April 17 struck with bottle by katoey in Patong
    Another way of putting it is MURDERED!!!!!

  5. #5

    R.I.P.


    dirtydog's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2005
    Last Online
    @
    Location
    Pattaya Jomtien
    Posts
    58,763
    Quote Originally Posted by StrontiumDog
    Dashawn Longfellow American, died August 14 at Ya Nui Resort II, Rawai, murdered
    Quote Originally Posted by StrontiumDog
    Wolf Dieter Eugen Kbelheim Germany January 27 attacked with knife outside 7-Eleven
    Quote Originally Posted by StrontiumDog
    Simone Tenerello Italy April 17 struck with bottle by katoey in Patong
    Strange way to list these murders, only dashawn listed as murdered.




  6. #6
    Member

    Join Date
    May 2009
    Last Online
    10-12-2015 @ 01:29 PM
    Posts
    354
    Quote Originally Posted by StrontiumDog
    No name male, nationality unknown found hanged January 6 in forest near Laem Ka Noi
    I think this one's sad. No one knows who he was and those who knew him don't know he's dead.

  7. #7
    Philippine Expat
    Davis Knowlton's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Last Online
    @
    Location
    Philippines
    Posts
    18,096
    ^^That is kind of weird. Maybe it's because they died of their injuries later on in the hospital, unlike Longfellow who died on the spot. Just speculating.....

  8. #8
    Thailand Expat
    Agent_Smith's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2006
    Last Online
    08-01-2021 @ 04:12 AM
    Location
    Locked down tight
    Posts
    5,106
    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog
    Strange way to list these murders, only dashawn listed as murdered.
    Thais don't murder foreigners, death by misadventure is probably how they see it.

  9. #9
    Banned
    Join Date
    Jun 2010
    Last Online
    14-11-2015 @ 09:53 AM
    Location
    Canada
    Posts
    10,512
    What does David Carradines neck and dick have in common ?


    A rope.

  10. #10
    Member
    tuktukdriver's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2009
    Last Online
    15-10-2013 @ 01:17 AM
    Posts
    803
    "(Ms) Gabriella Rosemarie Strand Swedish died May 29 at Loma Park restaurant, electric shock"

    Seems strange in a restaurant. How do you even come close to wires?

  11. #11
    I am in Jail

    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Last Online
    22-10-2011 @ 02:56 PM
    Location
    Republic of the Union of Myanmar
    Posts
    3,081
    Quote Originally Posted by tuktukdriver View Post
    "(Ms) Gabriella Rosemarie Strand Swedish died May 29 at Loma Park restaurant, electric shock"

    Seems strange in a restaurant. How do you even come close to wires?
    Don't be silly they served her an undercooked electric eel!

    Personally I think the unluckiest was ....being struck with bottle by katoey in Patong was dead unlucky!

    party, party, party

  12. #12
    Thailand Expat
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
    Last Online
    @
    Posts
    3,600
    from memory . . .
    Wolf Dieter Eugen Kbelheim was the one who was stabbed after a cutting off (in 4wd) and abusing Thai on mbike -'traffic incident' at Chalong roundabout - he had the Thai male in a headlock. Was reported as being pissed. And German. Never saw anything re trial maybe too early

    Simone Tenerello Italy April 17 struck with bottle by katoey in Patong - was reported as punching anyone/everyone -drunk or drugged maybe. One hit back.

    Gabriella Rosemarie Strand Swedish was one of the two so-called 'Scamdinavians' homeless beggars that the Swedes wouldn't help send home; there was a thread about them, been begging/living rough a long time. Maybe she'd crawled in there to sleep

  13. #13
    Member Poo and Pee's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2010
    Last Online
    19-04-2011 @ 07:41 AM
    Location
    Tokyo
    Posts
    702
    official figures involving expats on Phuket that will be presented to honorary consuls and embassy representatives at the Governor's special quarterly meeting on Monday.
    i wonder what they plan to do about it?

    The only obvious thing is to get lifeguards for the beaches. They couldn't do that last time they tried, could they? Something about nobody wanting a multi million baht contract to provide the service

  14. #14
    I am in Jail

    Join Date
    May 2009
    Last Online
    02-07-2018 @ 06:46 PM
    Posts
    2,286
    Quote Originally Posted by StrontiumDog
    Lattner Ralf Germany February 8 heart attack at Patong
    Gian Pietro Perone Italy February 10 heart attack in Patong
    Apostolos Pentefountas Greece February 16 heart attack in Patong
    Lars Evert Lennart Thor Sweden April 1 heart attack at Patong
    Ludex Novax Netherlands March 27 heart attack in hotel at Patong
    I guess the last one choose the "take away" option

  15. #15
    I am in Jail

    Join Date
    May 2009
    Last Online
    02-07-2018 @ 06:46 PM
    Posts
    2,286
    Quote Originally Posted by Poo and Pee
    i wonder what they plan to do about it?
    They will probably make all farangs visiting Phuket to purchase mandatory insurance to cover their funeral expenses.

  16. #16
    Out there...
    StrontiumDog's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2009
    Last Online
    @
    Location
    BKK
    Posts
    40,030
    http://www.nationmultimedia.com/home...-30136661.html

    52 FOREIGNERS KILLED IN PHUKET THIS YEAR


    By Yongyot Preuksarak
    The Nation
    Published on August 26, 2010

    Fiftytwo foreign tourists have died in the island province of Phuket this year, police revealed yesterday.

    - mostly from illness but also through accidents and crime.

    Phuket police chief Pol MajGeneral Pikad Tantipong told a meeting of foreign consulate representatives and Thai state and private agencies, that some 60 tourists died in Phuket in 2008 and 28 in 2009. Alcohol was involved in most of the crimes involving tourists, he added.

    This year, from January until August 17, 52 tourists had died in Phuket from accidents, suicide, murder and illness, Pikad said. There were 126 criminal cases with foreign tourists as suspects and 24 cases with foreigners as victims, he said.

    The German Embassy also inquired about the case of Thai officials seizing the passport of an arrested national. The embassy reminded officials a passport is its government's property and asked for its return. Thai officials have urged police to meet with embassy officials for mutual understanding and to save future embarrassment.

    Pikad explained that when police arrest a foreign suspect, they must check his passport. If the suspect is found to be guilty, police seize his passport to prevent him fleeing the country.

    If he is just a suspect, police photocopy his passport and return the original, he said. In case of road accidents in which a tourist is liable for damages, he said police will also seize the passport and return it after the damage payment is made in full.

  17. #17
    Member

    Join Date
    Mar 2008
    Last Online
    23-10-2020 @ 11:21 PM
    Location
    Bangkok
    Posts
    249
    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog
    Quote: Originally Posted by StrontiumDog Dashawn Longfellow American, died August 14 at Ya Nui Resort II, Rawai, murdered Quote: Originally Posted by StrontiumDog Wolf Dieter Eugen Kbelheim Germany January 27 attacked with knife outside 7-Eleven Quote: Originally Posted by StrontiumDog Simone Tenerello Italy April 17 struck with bottle by katoey in Patong Strange way to list these murders, only dashawn listed as murdered.
    That is disturbing, even an idiot can see an issue here!

  18. #18
    Out there...
    StrontiumDog's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2009
    Last Online
    @
    Location
    BKK
    Posts
    40,030
    http://phuketwan.com/tourism/lies-da...tistics-12936/


    A lifeguard at Karon tells tourists to leave the water after a drowning
    Photo by phuketwan.com/file


    Lies, Damn Lies and Phuket Drowning Statistics

    By Alan Morison and Chutima Sidasathian
    Monday, September 6, 2010
    News Analysis

    PROMISING results are being achieved in saving lives on Phuket's roads and probably in the water, too. Latest statistics reflect safety campaigns on the roads and an improved beach lifeguard service.

    However, there's just one problem. Phuketwan knows there was at least one death from drowning in July, a month that Phuket Public Health statistics say was free from drownings on and around Phuket.

    Just-released Public Health stats also show five deaths on Phuket roads in July. This compares with 12 deaths in July 2009. Year on year, the total for January-July so far is 77 deaths compared to 94 in the same period last year.

    And the July total for injuries on the roads was under 1000 for the third month in a row - a statistic that has not been seen previously in recent times.

    A dramatic change in attitude and approach, spearheaded by Phuket City police superintendent Colonel Wanchai Eakporntip and his helmet-wearing campaign, is being credited with saving lives and preventing pain and suffering on Phuket.

    Improvements may also be expected in August, which last year produced the horrifyingly large tally of 19 deaths on Phuket in one month.

    Drownings on and around Phuket have also been reduced, with 20 deaths attributed to drowning to the end of July compared to 36 at the same stage last year. The 2009 figure included seven deaths in a dive-boat capsize.

    According to Phuket Public Health statistics, there were no drownings on or around Phuket in July - the only drowning-free month recorded recently. However, Phuketwan is aware of at least one drowning in July that appears to have gone unrecorded.

    July drowning victim Rumanian Gheorge Paulivc died in Bangkok Phuket Hospital after having been first taken from the sea off Karon beach to Patong Hospital. Two more drownings, one at Karon beach and another at neighboring Kata beach, took place soon after, on the same Sunday afternoon in early August.

    Strangely, the deaths of Mr Paulivc and the two other tourists, Chao Dakun, 47, from China, and Ali Abdulaziz Salman Alsaeed, 24, from Bahrain, were omitted from a list of expat deaths produced for the Phuket governor's quarterly meeting with honorary consuls and embassy representatives last month.

    Now Mr Paulivc's death fails to be recorded in the official island statistics for drownings in July.

    Accurate statistics are essential so action can be taken, when required, to save lives in future. To have these three beach drownings of tourists go unrecorded could lead to the false impression that Karon and Kata beaches are safe places to swim at this time of the year.

    If that lie was reflected, for whatever reason, in Phuket's official statistics, the spirits of those three drowned victims would rise up in horror. Those of us who are still alive and have a high regard for accurate statistics would also be entitled to be very unhappy, too.

    A spokesperson for Phuket Public Health said today that their statistics were based on information supplied by Phuket's three public hospitals. It was up to the private hospitals to supply any additional information about other deaths, she said.

    Phuketwan's view: That's simply not good enough. If statistics are to be believed, they have to be comprehensive, and they have to be accurate. It must surely be mandatory for all hospitals to report all deaths.

    It's time Phuket Public Health and all of Phuket's hospitals, which claim to be up to international standards, accepted responsibility for keeping track of the island's fatalities.

    To die while on holiday is shocking. To drown and have your death not even noted, not even recorded as a means of preventing the same thing happening to others, would be reprehensible.

    *About 60 lifeguards are undergoing five days of intensive training at Le Meridien Phuket Beach Resort this week. The third annual Phuket Lifesaving Carnival is being held at Loma Park in Patong on September 11.

  19. #19
    Thaiguy
    Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by Davis Knowlton View Post
    ^^That is kind of weird. Maybe it's because they died of their injuries later on in the hospital, unlike Longfellow who died on the spot. Just speculating.....
    I wonder how many were killed by that mandatory little step at he entrance to the Hong Nam?
    or that specially designed step thats a different drop size to all the other stairs?

    ( shouldn't laugh , both have nearly killed me a couple of times).

  20. #20
    Nostradamus
    Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by StrontiumDog
    If statistics are to be believed, they have to be comprehensive,
    Good luck in Thailand. They will just lie to keep the tourists coming, and threaten and intimidate anyone that tells the truth.

  21. #21
    Out there...
    StrontiumDog's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2009
    Last Online
    @
    Location
    BKK
    Posts
    40,030
    http://phuketwan.com/tourism/six-phu...ecorded-13267/


    Six Phuket Expat Drownings, Deaths, Go Unrecorded

    By Alan Morison
    Wednesday, November 17, 2010


    THREE drownings of tourists on Karon beach and one on neighboring Kata beach have gone unrecorded in police statistics that are intended to list every expat death on Phuket.

    The deaths of two Australians have also gone unrecorded, making a total of at least six expat deaths unaccounted for on what is intended to be a complete list of all expat deaths so far on Phuket in 2010.

    All six deaths fail to appear in a preliminary list of 67 expat deaths seen by Phuketwan in advance of the quarterly summit meeting of Phuket Governor Tri Augkaradacha with honorary consuls and embassy representatives.

    The list, incomplete though it is, is due to be presented to as many as 22 national representatives and representatives of Thailand's Foreign Ministry at a meeting set for Monday. Two ambassadors from embassies in Bangkok may also be present.

    Three of the deaths, all drownings at Karon and Kata, were also absent from a list presented to an earlier meeting in August. With these three drownings now increased to four - and all missing from the list - the wrong impression is being conveyed about the safety of Karon beach in the monsoon season.

    Latest drowning victim to be left off the list of dead is Dimitry Kuznephov, 40, who drowned at Karon beach on November 8. A Thai man, Kittisak Klongpiled, 25, drowned at Karon beach on the same day.

    The head of Phuket's lifeguard service has called for Karon beach to be closed to swimmers on dangerous days unless more intense measures are taken to protect the lives of swimmers.

    But if deaths by drowning continue to go officially unrecorded, the call for improved safety measures loses its meaning and purpose.

    The three drownings, previously reported by Phuketwan to be missing from an earlier expat death list, have yet to be added despite the three months that have passed since the omissions were first noted.

    They are Rumanian Gheorghe Paulivc, who drowned at Karon on July 20; Bahraini Ali Abdulaziz Al Saeed, who drowned at Karon on August 8, and Chinese Zhao Dakun who drowned at neighboring Kata beach on the same Sunday afternoon.

    Two other missing expat deaths take the total of unrecorded deaths to six. Not included on the list are Australians Stephen Lawton, 55, who collapsed and died in a Karon street on October 22, and Graham Nicholas Jackson, 54, who was found dead in a guesthouse room on October 2 after suffering a prolonged fever.

    The new Australian Ambassador to Thailand, James Wise, is making his first official visit to Phuket later this week.

    The omission of at least one drowning has also occurred on official figures. According to Phuket Public Health statistics, there were no drownings on or around Phuket in July - the only drowning-free month recorded recently.

    However, Rumanian Gheorge Paulivc died in Bangkok Phuket Hospital after having been first taken from the sea off Karon beach to Patong Hospital in July.

    Phuket's 67 expat deaths for the year so far - excluding the four drownings and the deaths of the two Australians plus possibly other deaths about which Phuketwan has no knowledge - are as follows:

    Phuket Expat Deaths, August 15 to November 12

    Adiano Mazza Italy heart attack on August 18 in Soi Nanai Patong
    Keith Barrington Jones England of cancer on August 18 at Patong Hospital
    Ms Vera Lovtsova Russia car mishap on August 26 at Tesco Lotus intersection
    Josef Stefan Distler Germany chronic illness on August 15 at Patong Hospital
    James William Bourke Australia drowning on September 1 in pool at Banthai Resort, Patong
    Peter Vincenz Ullrich Switzerland in fall on September 7 at Patong guesthouse
    Mai Wei Qiang China road mishap on August 30 in Phuket City
    Brian Bibby England on October 13 overdose of drugs at Gallery Hotel, Patong
    Lee Jae Yup South Korea on September 14 by hanging at Tina Hotel, Patong
    Alexandr Chupin Russia drowning on October 17 at Surin beach
    Herbert Sebastian Germany of chronic illness on October 14 at Phuket City
    Agalonov Alexy Russia drowned on October 18 at Nai Thon beach
    Joseph Edward Australia of heart attack on October 20 at West Guesthouse Patong
    Markku Juhani Smatt Finland of heart attack October 27 in Patong Hopsital
    Peter Williams US suicide on October 27 at apartment house in Phuket City
    Leif Erik Sune Hedlund Sweden heart complaint on October 27 at Duangjit Resort Patong
    Said Mutafa Kamal Indonesia on October 31 of stomach complaint at Thalang Hospital
    Jon Kristian Seljeseth Norway jumped from apartment block on November 12 in Patong

    Phuket Expat Deaths, January 1 to August 14

    Barry Cutler Britain Fell down steps January 5 at home in Phuket City
    No name male, nationality unknown found hanged January 6 in forest near Laem Ka Noi
    Michael Malonzo Australia died January 15 in Siam Safari crash, Nakkerd Hill
    Jean Hubert Doonay Belgium died January 24 Phuket Graceland of old age
    Wolf Dieter Eugen Kbelheim Germany January 27 attacked with knife outside 7-Eleven
    Richard Johnson US hanged February 5 at home in Rawai
    Rudolf Ducke Germany February 7 road crash in Rawai
    Lattner Ralf Germany February 8 heart attack at Patong
    Gian Pietro Perone Italy February 10 heart attack in Patong
    Gerhard Kurt Rodschinka Germany February 10 unknown cause at bungalow Rawai
    Nathan Edward Australia February 14 Fall at Hilton Phuket Hilton Arcadia Resort, Karon
    Apostolos Pentefountas Greece February 16 heart attack in Patong
    Thetaz Dominique Sylvie Switzerland February 25 cancer at home in Patong
    Tarmuji Indonesia February 26 road crash in Phuket City
    Hoger Heiz Schunka Germany March 2 cause unknown at Happy House, Karon
    Donald Michael Craig Canada March 7 of chronic illness at Ao Sane bungalow
    Joselito Macabio Vilegas Philippines March 11 road crash at Cherng Talay
    Sorensen Henrik Love Denmark March 13 heart attack at resort in Patong
    Dino Costa Italy March 19 cause unknown at Kamala beach in a dinghy
    William Mann Britain March 22 of chronic illness at home in Kathu
    Lindehoseberg Sonia Sweden March 28 drowning at Kata beach
    Ludex Novax Netherlands March 27 heart attack in hotel at Patong
    Jean-Luc Boutot France March 27 of chronic illness at Rawai
    Lars Evert Lennart Thor Sweden April 1 heart attack at Patong
    Loh Ying Jie Singapore April 2 jet-ski collision at Patong
    Rampanaux Jean Pascal Sweden April 13 heart attack at resort in Kamala
    Simone Tenerello Italy April 17 struck with bottle by katoey in Patong
    Mikka Olavialltonen Finland April 24 overdose of Viagra at guesthouse in Patong
    John Grant Kerr New Zealand May 3 motorcycle crash in Patong
    Sergei Poliakov Russia May 9 motorcycle crash in Patak Road Karon
    Alexander Drobot Russia May 10 found in car, cause unknown at home in Rawai
    Lee Kam Yum China May 10 in car crash, Cherng Talay
    Frank Visakay American died May 11 after a fatal fall at home
    Pierre Antoine Giovanelli Switzerland died May 12 of old age in Kamala
    Kevin William Dean British died May 23 at Club Coconut Hotel of chronic illness
    Giglberger Karl Wilfried Germany died May 25 at Patong Hospital, chronic illness
    Marek Klein German May 26 drowned at Surin beach
    Kennert Rode Svahan Swedish died May 26 at Nordic Guesthouse Karon, heart attack
    (Ms) Gabriella Rosemarie Strand Swedish died May 29 at Loma Park restaurant, electric shock
    Morris Shawn Anthony Australia died June 10, leapt from Baan Kanjana Guesthouse, Patong
    (Ms) Rebecca Louise Callaghan British, drowned June 12 at Karon beach, died later at Patong Hospital
    Migliorini Carlo Italian, died June 15, Patong Hospital, of chronic illness
    Lionel Le Cossec French, died June 17, suicide by hanging at Kathu
    David Kenneth Gowenlock Australia, died June 21, at Patong Hospital of chronic illness
    Per Ola Eriksson Swedish, died June 19 at Kata Residence, Karon, of chronic illness
    Jamie Thomas Thow Australia, died June 22 at BYD Lofts, Patong, of illness
    Mark Edward Stevens British, died July 18 at Bowman Resort, Patong, leapt from building
    Adam John Sutcliffe Australia, died August 1 in motorcycle crash, Patong Hill
    Dashawn Longfellow American, died August 14 at Ya Nui Resort II, Rawai, murdered

  22. #22
    Nostradamus
    Guest
    ^ why is the death of Wolf Kbelheim classified as "attacked by knife" while another death, of Dashawn Longfellow which was also a stabbing, classified as "murdered?"

  23. #23
    Thailand Expat
    Agent_Smith's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2006
    Last Online
    08-01-2021 @ 04:12 AM
    Location
    Locked down tight
    Posts
    5,106
    ^Maybe a knife fell off a balcony.

Thread Information

Users Browsing this Thread

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •