Monday, October 17, 2011

Missing Tourist Cannibal Death?

If is feared that a German tourist who disappeared on a remote tropical island was eaten by cannibals.

Stefan Ramin, from Hamburg, went missing after arriving on Nuku Hiva in French Polynesia last month

Human remains have been found in the search for missing German tourist Stefan Ramin.
Charred human remains and clothes have been found near a campfire on the island.
This discovery have fueled speculation that the 40-year-old was killed and eaten by cannibals.
Forensic experts also ,fear a missing German yachtsman was "hacked to pieces and burned" by cannibals.

The German couple had been living on a yacht and planned to spend the next few months in French waters.

Stefan Ramin pictured with girlfriend Heike Dorsch

Officers on the island are looking for a local guide named Henri Haiti, who had taken Mr Ramin on a goat hunting trip in the mountains.
He is believed to be the last person to see him alive.
After setting off on the hunt, Mr Haiti returned to tell Mr Ramin's girlfriend Heike Dorsch, 37, there had been an accident and that Mr Ramin had been injured.
At this point he lured his wife into a remote area.
Mr Haiti ten, apparently attacked her and tied her to a tree, then ran away from the scene.
Miss Dorsch managed to free herself and alert the authorities.