The media has reported variously that Nora Quoirin’s body was found “appearing asleep” in a ravine, close to a waterfall. The obvious assumption is that it was the Lata Berembum waterfall, situated roughly 1.5 kilometres [1 mile] from the resort.
However, along the Gunung Berembun trail leading due east, away from the resort, are a series of small waterfalls and rapids. One of them is the Air Terjun Gunung Berembun Pantai.
So the question is, at which waterfall along the river was she found? The media has reported various distances from the resort, ranging from 600 metres to 1.2 miles to 1.5 miles to 1.6 miles.
It would be good to have absolute certainty on precisely where she was found using GPS co-ordinates and a clear map reference.
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Some news sources now reporting that a local person saw ‘a white woman’ swimming in the river near where found in the period she was missing. It’s early days but this case does have elements similar to other ‘unsolved mysteries’ where you’re presented with 2 either/or options for what happened (wandered off/abducted by a local person of bad intent) but where the facts and emerging info don’t seem to fully match either narrative.
I’m not sure it’s new news, although it might be to some following the British news reporting. The Sun did report on this as early as August 6th, 2 days into her disappearance.
Children with autism are known for being drawn to water…
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