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Tourist Catch of the Day: Severed Head, Torso

Posted by te2ataria on November 19, 2009

Tourists Find Severed Head and Torso in Northland, New Zealand

A pair of Australian tourists found a severed head and torso in the sand dunes near the entrance of Glinks Gully, about 20 kilometers south west of Dargaville, Northland, New Zealand.

“Local camp ground operator Geoff Nicols says a pair of Australian tourists were shocked to spot a head poking up out of the sand and asked to use his phone to call police.” A report said.

“There’s no public telephone around here so they came down to my house to ring the police station.”

Nicols says it took 45 minutes before a police officer contacted them, “No-one was answering the phone at the Dargaville police office.”

“I went and saw the head and stayed with it until the police arrived.

“There were bits of gristle and hair at the back of the skull,” says Mr Nicols.

“I reckon it would have been buried there a few years.”
[More recently dumped body parts take a while before they show up!]

“It was right up the top of the dune and I’m sure it must have been placed there.”

“It maybe that somebody disposed of the body in different places.”
[Doesn’t he know the drill well?]

Nichols thinks the find was unearthed when part of the dune was washed away by a large wave.

Dargaville Police Station is still unmanned, and therefore no-one was available for comment.

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3 Responses to “Tourist Catch of the Day: Severed Head, Torso”

  1. te2ataria said

    NZ Police Interfere with News Coverage

  2. M Ergles said

    [Withheld by moderator awaiting confirmation.]

  3. te2ataria said

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