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Men mysteriously disappear on Greek islands: some are found dead after many years

Date: July 15, 2024 Time: 05:41:40

Relatives of the missing Britons demand an apology from the Greek authorities because the police behaved unprofessionally and were in no hurry to start the search.

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Holidays in Greece have become deadly for British men in their 60s and 70s. Over the past 15 years, more and more English people have disappeared without a trace while hiking on the Greek islands. And if the traces of some continue to be searched for many years, the bodies of others are already found lifeless. Paradoxically, none of these men complained about their health, writes the Daily Mail. What happens in Greek resorts?

One of the first victims was 78-year-old John Tossel. The mystery of his disappearance on the fabulously beautiful island of Zakynthos has not yet been solved. On June 18, 2019, her friend Gillian, alarmed by the disappearance of her common-law husband, called her son Gary. Tossel Sr. practically disappeared into thin air during the walk. The last time he was caught on CCTV was a 15-minute walk from the hotel, walking along a path. The man had 10 euros and a bottle of water with him.

All but one of the lost items disappeared in June. But there is no mysticism in this. In June, the air heats up to its maximum and the sun beats down mercilessly. At this point, heat stroke and dehydration become incredibly easy. Last week, Greek police discovered the bodies of two tourists declared missing. An American traveler was found on a remote beach on the island of Matraki, while the body of a 74-year-old Dutchman was found in a ravine on Samos.

In early June, British nutritionist and popular medical show host Michael Mosley disappeared on the island of Symi. After a five-day search, his body was found near a small cliff just a few minutes’ walk from busy places. Investigators have suggested that the Briton died of heat stroke after sitting down to rest and then losing consciousness. That day the temperature reached 40 degrees.

Relatives of the missing Britons demand an apology from the Greek authorities because the police behaved unprofessionally and were in no hurry to start the search. Gary Tossel remembers that in 2019 the police drove around the island of Zante in cars and never stopped to carefully examine the surroundings. They never involved dog handlers in the search for their father John. But they flew around the island by helicopter; For this reason, the authorities charged Gary’s family 500 euros per hour of flight.

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