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Pattaya Daily News

17 June 2010 :: 14:06:10 pm 25591

German National and His Thai Wife in Mysterious Double Suicide

German National and his Thai wife were found shot dead in their house in Korat, north east of Thailand. It is believed they committed suicide.
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Korat 17th June 2010 [Pattaya Daily News] At approximately 01.40am this morning, Police Lieutenant Apisit Sertanan, a Nakornratsrima police investigator, received a report from neighbours of a foul smell, believing it to be the smell of a dead body coming from a house 200/4 Payuptis Road, Soi 4, Nai Mueng, Nakornratsrima [Korat].

At the two storey house located on a large piece of land, Police found the gate unlocked and a Nissan Tiana parked in the driveway. The house itself was securely locked.  With the use of torches shining through the windows, the police spotted the two bodies in the living room.

The Police broke into the house and discovered the body of Mrs. Supap Rese [60] lying face up on the sofa in a nightgown with her body covered by a towel. She had one bullet wound to her head. Next to her on the floor, was Mr. Gunter Rese [73] lying on his back dressed in a pair of shorts and a shirt. He had one bullet wound to the right temple. On the right side of him, Police found a .38 mm gun with 3 bullets remaining. It is assumed the couple had been dead approximately one week.

Three letters were found in the house, one attached to the inside of the door, the second was attached to a picture hanging in the living room, and the third was stuck to the wall.  All three letters read the same in Thai saying, “All the property, land, house and items are to remain as they are for 10 years. Bury our bodies at Toong Sawang Temple.  No guests are invited to our funeral. Please send details of our deaths to the German Embassy at 9 South Satorn Road, Bangkok”.  Both had signed their names on all three letters.

Along with the letters, Police found 200,000 baht on a cabinet in the living room with a message saying “For our funeral expenses”.


Neighbours told Police that the couple were very kind people and had bought and lived in the house for ten years after they married.  Nobody heard of any problems that they might have had.  The couple had donated 600,000 baht to the temple.  In the evenings, they usually bought food and candies for the students at the local school near their house.

Their bodies have been sent to the hospital for autopsy and their relatives will be informed.

Reporter : PDN staff   Photo : Internet   Category : Community News

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