The relatives of the young British tourists who inexplicably died on Koh Tao have promised to uncover the truth, claiming that “something fishy is going on.”
The grieving families have formed a support group following the death of their children on the Thai island, dubbed “death island.”
A great number of Western backpackers have died under unexplained circumstances on this tiny tropical island in the past years.
Boyne Annesley believes his daughter Christina Annesley, 23, of Orpington, southeast London, was murdered in January 2015 on Koh Tao Island.
The university graduate, who was two weeks into a four-month backpacking trip round South East Asia, was found dead on her bungalow in January 2015.
At the time rumours of secret CCTV footage, inconclusive blood samples and a mysterious Swedish man, made Christina’s dad suspicious.