Monday, January 23, 2023

Mystery as a British diver found dead on Thailand’s infamous ‘Death Island’

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A British diving instructor has been found dead under mysterious circumstances on a notorious “Death Island”.

The body of Neil Giblin, 48, was discovered Wednesday in a rented bungalow on Koh Tao, Thailand.

Two customers sounded the alarm when he didn’t show up.

According to police, he died of natural causes.

They said there was no sign of a struggle.

But they have earned a reputation for dismissing the deaths of foreigners.

And fit and healthy Neil, from Birmingham, is the fifth instructor to have died on the island in recent years.

Diving is a lucrative business there.

A pal said: “I don’t even think they did an autopsy. It just doesn’t suit me.”

A spate of unsolved deaths and murders of backpackers and tourists has tarnished the island’s reputation as a paradise.

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