http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/femail/article.html?in_article_id=527312&in_page_id=1879 pics at link By TOM RAWSTORNE - It was meant to be great family adventure - then 15-year-old Scarlett MacKeown was left alone by her mother in Goa. Days later she was dead. Murder... or a drunken accident? Here, her mother insists SHE wasn't at fault. As she tearfully retraced her teenage daughter's last steps, Fiona MacKeown's eye was caught by an object lying on the edge of the dusty track. It was a leather sandal — nothing special — but its discovery started a chain of events that has sent shockwaves through a part of the world still regarded by some as a corner of paradise. Fiona knew at once that the shoe belonged to her daughter, 15-year-old Scarlett Keeling, whose body had been found on a nearby beach three days earlier. The time of her life: Scarlett Keeling was enjoying her first trip outside Britain when tragedy struck "I was so shocked to see the shoe just sitting there that I did a sort of double-take," Fiona explained. "It was just a Greek-type sandal, and I picked it up and I held it and looked at it, and there on the sole was the imprint of my daughter's foot. "I knew it was hers immediately. She was my child. I recognized not just the shoe but the mark of her foot." The discovery forced Fiona to accept that there was more to Scarlett's death than she had been led to believe by police.