Jim Thompson Mystery Solved!

SOLVED! The Mysterious Disappearance of Jim Thompson, the Thai Silk King

Chapter 14

Jim's sister found dead

The last appearance of Jim was unique in many ways: for the next few weeks, his eclipse was not only discussed at length; equally interesting, it became a subject which refused to die off on its own.

While many were still trying to figure out how he got lost, an odd development came to light approximately five months after he went astray. This incident not only threw up a lot of questions; it also added a fresh dimension to his strange exit from the resort.

On Wednesday, August 30, it was reported that his older sister, Mrs. Katherine Thompson Wood, 74, was found dead in her Pennsylvania home. The police were of the opinion that a blunt object was used to carry out the murder. But they were positive that her death had no relationship whatsoever to Jim's departure from the refuge. While some were inclined to accept it as such, there were just as many others who were not at all prepared to do so.


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SOLVED! The Mysterious Disappearance of Jim Thompson, the Legendary Thai Silk King (Excerpt) by Edward Roy De Souza

Excerpts from "SOLVED! The Mysterious Disappearance of Jim Thompson, the Legendary Thai Silk King", an imprint of Word Association Publishers (www.wordassociation.com), 205 5th Avenue, Tarentum, PA 15084, USA. ISBN: 1-932205-89-6. Copyright 2004 by Edward Roy De Souza. roysouza@singnet.com.sg



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Posted on 8-Aug-2006

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