Found Deceased Malaysia - Nora Quoirin, 15, from UK, special needs, missing on vacation, Seremban, 4 Aug 2019 #1

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  1. jslk

    jslk Well-Known Member

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    This is useful thanks. I'm not a fan of spiral staircases at the best of times but I would hate to climb those at night! Surely someone would have to be descending super stealthily to not rouse everyone?!

    So NQ and siblings were on the mezzanine floor? And parents on the ground floor? And one of the large windows was open in the morning?

    Is the balcony totally open - assume there must be a door I can't see? Sliding?
     
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  2. Alyce

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    Yes, born Belfast
     
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    jslk Well-Known Member

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    My small ones will happily share a double bed! Assume this is the case...
     
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    I heartily hope that the entire facility is 'locked down'..
     
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    yes, I agree and would have expected NQ and her sister to share, leaving the single bed for their brother.

    the confusion arises because the article says NQ was in one upstairs bedroom and her siblings were in another, whereas there is only one bedroom on the upper level.
     
  6. HongKongPhooey

    HongKongPhooey Well-Known Member

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    My guess is people are referring to an Average review from 2017. I think it's a bit of a leap tho to be honest. See what you think.
     
  7. Ruthbullock

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    No door at all to balcony, and no locks on front entrance door- so the whole window story seems a strange fact (why would you not walk in or out of the front door if they don’t have locks)
     
  8. Tealgrove

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    Can someone please confirm that all 3 children were sleeping in the same room?
     
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    I believe it was reported that they were.
     
  10. Amonet

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    This might be more of a miscommunication.

    The point seems to be that the window that was found open was downstairs in the living room and not in the bedroom upstairs where N was sleeping, and that the siblings were sleeping upstairs.

    Maybe the 'another room' part is inaccurate and is more to reiterate that the open window wasn't in the area where any of the children were sleeping?
     
  11. Alyce

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    If you look back at post 662, there are conflicting statements re this.

    Editing to add, Amonet's comment just above this gives a very good explanation of what the confusing reporting might actually mean.
     
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    My husband and I have three kids. One kid has autism. Sleeping partners are not always as expected. For example I will often sleep with my son so the rest of the gang can sleep with less disruptions.
     
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    With or with out autism/Learning disabilities and so on, in any travelling family scenario. I would guess sleep may be an issue, due to time changes etc.
     
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    momrids6 JUSTICE FOR JENNIFER

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    There is no door between the balcony and the "living room". Seems there is no guards, no CCTV, etc.
     
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    ...and the gate was not locked.
     
  16. dotr

    dotr Well-Known Member

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    rbbm.
    Family of British girl Nora Quorin missing in Malaysia remain hopeful
    "Deputy police chief Che Zakaria Othman said a forensic team was analysing fingerprints found in the family’s cottage.

    The prints were at an open window in a downstairs hall, not in the bedroom upstairs where the girl was sleeping with her siblings, he said.

    Police added they were “not ruling out any possibility” and they believe Nora is still in the area.

    The rescue operation involves more than 200 people working around the clock."
     
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    It is more believable to me that someone could come in or go out, of a downstairs hallway window.

    Maybe she woke up, while everyone else was still sleeping. And she came downstairs, to living room area?

    Did someone climb in the hallway window, after seeing her there?

    Did she climb out the window, so she could go outside and see the birds?
     
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    From the link 20190808_043234.jpg

    No doors but the terrace looks like it's higher than ground level? Doesn't look like she could've just walked out that way. jmo
     
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    Not sure if this has been mentioned, but isn't the accommodation within a nature reserve? What sort of fauna exists here? Any that is potentially dangerous?
     
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    This article address the conflict in where she was sleeping.

    The Malaysian police indicated that Nora had her own bedroom but Nora's grandfather Sylvain Quoirin said she was sleeping in the same room as her siblings.

    He said: "Nora disappeared in extremely mysterious conditions since she was sleeping in the room with her sister and brother.

    "In the morning, the window was open and she had disappeared, whereas after an 18-hour flight and a seven-hour time difference you would sleep soundly and not go for a stroll at night.

    "Everyone went to bed tired, and in the morning Nora wasn't there."

    Missing Nora Quoirin, 15, may have been abducted, Malaysian cops finally admit as they probe fingerprints found in cottage where she vanished

    From The Dusun website all the cabins were 2 bedroom.
     
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