BREAKING: At Least 7 KILLED- BODY EATEN- Here’s What We Know


A young female Belgium backpacker has become the seventh tourist found dead in Thailand’s Koh Tao in the last three years. The island has been dubbed “MURDER ISLAND.”

Elise Dallemange, 30, was reportedly found in the jungle on April 28 having been half-eaten by lizards. Local police claim that she had hanged herself. This is INSANE!



Her mother, Michele van Egten isn’t buying the police accounts. “I do not believe what the police have told us. We fear somebody else was involved,” she said. “We’re more and more thinking that the police information is not the right explanation.”

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The family has not been given an autopsy report which they were promised.


An officer from Koh Tao police said there were no questions to answer regarding Elise’s death, The Sun reports.

The policeman, who would not elaborate, said: ”This news is so old already, it has been misunderstood. There is no more to say.”


Elise had been living at a yoga and tantra retreat on neighboring full-moon party island Koh Phangan in between travelling around Asia for the last two years.

Phone records show that Elise, who had a degree in medicine from the European Institute Of Medicine Natural in Brussels, called her mother on Skype on April 17 and was planning to return to Belgium.

She left on a Ferry April 19 – but it is not known why she ended up on Koh Tao instead of continuing on to the mainland.

Michele has claimed her daughter used a fake name of ”Elise Dubuis” to check into the Triple B Bungalows next to Mae Head Pier on Koh Tao as she traveled via the island on a ferry bound for Chumphon province on her route back to capital Bangkok.

An unexplained fire that evening burned down three bamboo huts – including the one Elise had been staying in.

Elise fled 1 1/2 miles through the jungle to Tanote Bay and took a room at the Poseidon Resort where she booked another ticket for Bangkok leaving on April 24.

Eight days later when locals living near the island’s idyllic Tanote Bay became suspicious of a monitor lizard going back and fourth into the jungle they discovered Elise’s half-eaten body among rocks behind the Tanote Family Bay Resort.

Police told Elise’s mother Michele that her daughter had committed suicide by hanging herself from a tree around three days before she was found.

However no suicide note or message were recovered and Michele is desperate for information surrounding the mysterious death.

Oh, and her body has been cremated. Convenient, eh?

The death on Koh Tao is the latest in a number of high profile cases.

In March Russian tourist Valentina Novozhyonova, 23, vanished from her hostel on Koh Tao and has still not been found.

Bricklayer Luke Miller from the Isle of Wight was found dead in a swimming pool on January 8 with an inquest earlier this month found ”no evidence’’ he was murdered.

British holidaymaker Christina Annesley, 23,  died on the island in January 2015 after apparently mixing antibiotics she was taking for a chest infection with alcohol. But her parents slammed Thai authorities for failing to investigate the death.

Frenchman Dimitri Povse, 29, was found hanged in a bungalow on the island on New Year’s Day 2015 and his death was ruled as suicide despite his hands being tied behind his back.

In the most high-profile case, Brits Hannah Witheridge and David Miller were murdered as they walked back to their hotel rooms in September 2014.

While on New Year’s Day 2014, 25-year-old Nick Pearson, from Derby, was found floating in the sea and his parents believe he was murdered – despite police claims he fell 50ft and drowned.

Our hearts and prayers go out to this poor mother and her family.

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