Found Deceased Malaysia - Nora Quoirin, 15, from UK, special needs, missing on vacation, Seremban, 4 Aug 2019 #2

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  1. Mercsw

    Mercsw Well-Known Member

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    In woodland or a park? Yes. However this is thick jungle. I was amazed anyone found anything to be more suspicious to be honest. It’s not an area that you want to be lost in as you have zero chance of being discovered. The heat humidity and rain washes away traces, the foliage doesn’t break or leave tracks and you won’t see anything over a few feet away
     


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    Someone local would know about these other murder victims being found so deliberately chose to leave Nora there to implicate a gang was responsible.
     
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    In Malaysian Malay culture, disable kids are seen as “anak syurga”, children of heaven and parents (and special kids) are seen as blessed. Certainly nothing is negative or “cursed” about special needs people/kids. I know this because I have been told this repeatedly about my special needs kid by Malaysian people. They are very kind to people with special needs.
     
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    Have you taken into consideration the above posts about the palm oil plantation and bone fragments?
     
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    For some reason this is a heart warming thing to hear at such a sad time in Nora's situation...

    JMO
     
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    Waterfall very close to the accommodation..one mile I believe. Shaman stated that Jinns (not genie) had been attracted to Nora because of her special needs and lured her away. He also said he would return her as she was when she left. This was yesterday. Today she’s found. A Jinn is a spirit, not necessarily a bad one.
     
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    The reporters words (on radio 4 news) were "close to"
     
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    Also, thinking back to that Sunday when Nora was discovered missing, 8am is not early morning. The time frame between bedtime and 8am leaves a huge amount of questions in itself .... could Nora have been awake downstairs before everyone else and someone beckoned her to the window and lured her out ...
    If Nora had never been in the jungle before, she could respond in ways she never usually responded ....
    Had Nora already met this person the previous day on arrival?
    I would be checking all staff and tourists at this resort, they have those fingerprints ...
    How publicised was this talk of the waterfall? Did someone move her there today to fit that hypothesis. If this is the case they would need to be local and know the terrain. Checking for footprints/trails etc should be fairly obvious unless hampered by the climate ...
     
  13. MsBetsy

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    Yes, I think when they saw the window open they knew she would not have been able to open it on her own or at least have managed to prop it open.
    They must have been gripped with fear. I can't even imagine what they are going through now.
    Imo
     
  14. MsFacetious

    MsFacetious What a Kerfuffle...

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    Okay, so if you take this article here:

    https://www.nst.com.my/news/crime-c...her-unmarked-grave-murder-investigation-nsttv

    And take that first line and put the bolded into google maps along with the water fall: Police found an unmarked grave in the oil palm plantation area along Jalan Seremban-Mantin

    This is the map you will get. So it seems extremely close to the Dunsun.

    Google Maps
     
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    Why would it have been in the middle of the night? She could have got out of the field of everyone’s vision between sunrise and 8am. I really doubt she wandered at night.
     
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    Are they still going to have a press conference?
     
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    Has it been confirmed that it is Nora?
     
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    Just thinking, could the open window be a decoy, maybe someone just walked out the door with her?
     
  19. HayLouise

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    I think so yeah! It's just been pushed back according to this tweet:

    Supposed to be 5, now most likely later in the evening. They are trying to confirm if IGP or Deputy IGP will be holding it. Police need to confirm a few more things also before meeting the press.

    Ooi Beng Cheang on Twitter
     
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    Sumisha Naidu‏Verified account @sumishanaidu

    Sumisha Naidu Retweeted Sumisha Naidu

    With the body found apparently 2km from the Dusun resort on Day 10, many questions remain, if it is Nora Quoirin. Did search teams not look in that area, somehow miss her or was the body left there recently? Media are standing by for police comments.

    Sumisha Naidu on Twitter
     
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