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The Final Destination: Latest Two Climbers Killed in Fiordland Named

Posted by te2ataria on February 5, 2020

Welcome to the World’s Deadliest Tourist Attraction —
The Final Destination

  • On average, at least three foreigners are killed/ murdered in NZ every two days!
  • More than 40,000 foreigners have been violently killed, permanently maimed, or seriously injured by NZ tourism machination between Jan 2000 and December 2019.
  • Hundreds of foreigners were killed in NZ in 2019, of whom at least 27 were US Citizens [cf. 20 US military personnel killed by hostile fire in Afghanistan last year.]

Two climbers killed in the Fiordland National Park last week named

They were 27-year-old Mark Herzog from the US and 25-year-old Peter Adler, whose American family lived in Dunedin.

The victims’ bodies were found in the area of Mt Sabre in the Darran Mountains on January 31, a day after they fell to their deaths, police said.

Mark Benjamin Herzog, 27 was killed while climbing in Fiordland National Park, NZ.

Mark Benjamin Herzog, 27 was killed while climbing in NZ. “Mark was a fifth-year graduate student enrolled in the joint M.D. and Masters of Public Policy at Harvard Medical School and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.”  Markinmemoriam

Peter Adler, 25, was killed while climbing in Fiordland National Park, NZ. Photographed in 2013.

Blog moderators are advised that Mr Adler’s parents moved from the US to Otago, NZ.

Passenger dies aboard Auckland-bound China Southern Airlines flight

Health officials and police met flight CZ305 from Guangzhou when it arrived at Auckland Airport, a spokesman said. “Unfortunately, the passenger had passed away before arrival to Auckland Airport.”

Wednesday, 5 February 2020 – 4:00pm | Waikato
Name release – Morrinsville motorcycle crash
Police can now release the name of the motorcyclist who died in a crash near Morrinsville on Friday 31 January [later “corrected” to Sunday, 2 February.] He was 69-year-old Jean Philippe Jacquet [believed to be a French national.]

Search for Hans Christian Tornmarck: Remains of the Swedish Tourist Eludes Searchers

Monday, 3 February 2020 – 2:54pm | Tasman
Second search to locate Swedish tourist unsuccessful
Hans Christian Tornmarck went missing in the Regina Creek, South Westland area in May 2017, whilst on a tahr hunting trip.

Swedish Hunter Hans Christian Tornmarck went missing [presumed dead] in May 2017
Mr Tornmarck, 27, is one of scores of foreigners who are permanently missing in New Zealand. He went hunting by himself on Friday 12 May, 2017 and was due out of the bush on Wednesday 17 May police said.  The Swede, like so many other foreign visitors, went missing—permanently!

Swedish hunter Hans Christian Tornmarck went missing May 2017

Swedish hunter Hans Christian Tornmarck went missing May 2017.

He was understood to be in the Karangarua Valley, near Fox Glacier, where his sleeping bag and tent were located on Saturday 20 May, 2017.

State of Emergency Declared in Southland

State of Emergency Declared in Southland – residents told to evacuate


Floodwaters could turn tonnes of chemicals in Southland ‘toxic’

Toxic ammonia gas likely to be released into floodwaters – authorities

One Response to “The Final Destination: Latest Two Climbers Killed in Fiordland Named”

  1. Chris said

    ‘Unprovoked attack’ in Picton pub put US tourist in hospital
    Jun 23 2020
    A US national, who is an emergency room physician in the United States and who was on a working holiday in New Zealand, was left with a fractured nose and laceration to his lip, after an “unprovoked attack” by a Picton man on February 15.

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