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Shipping containers filled with dead bodies found off Sattahip


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http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/Containers-B...ta-t262670.html

 

Wednesday 6th May 2009

Containers full of bodies reported to have been discovered off the coast of Sattahip.

 

A disturbing story now from Sattahip District involving the discovery of containers thought to contain dead bodies. The story first broke last week on Thai TV Channel 3 following the discovery of a container surrounded by reportedly hundreds of skeletons. This discovery was made almost two months ago but remained a closely guarded secret until the story was leaked to the press last week.. We understand that a total of 8 containers have been found in three separate locations between Phie Island and Pram Island and 30 nautical miles off the Coast of Juang Island which are all located in the Gulf of Thailand. For many years fishermen have reported the capture of skeletal remains in their fishing nets, however many cases have remained unreported. There is a suggestion some of the containers have been at the locations for up to 20 years. Now that the exact locations of the containers have been identified and a full report has been made to the Police, it is thought these containers will now be recovered and the contents will be revealed. Locals fear the worse and suggest the containers are full of bodies, but this cannot be confirmed until the containers are recovered. We will follow this story and update you when new information is received by us.

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:P the tsunami i guess .lot off people still missing chris

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I can't wait for the excellent "detective" work of the BiB, should be good!

Eat. Down. South.

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