YouTuber finds human skull on banks of Mekong River in Thailand

A YouTuber found a human skull whereas filming content material on the banks of the Mekong River in Nakhon Phanom province in northeast Thailand yesterday.
At 6pm, Chanathip Chapuban – aka Mukdahan Moss – was using a motorbike and filming content material for his YouTube channel when he seen one thing by the water on Sai Thong Kot Boon Beach (Si Khotrabun Golden Sand Beach), about 800 metres from Sawan Chai Khong Road.
Moss stated he questioned why nobody else had discovered the cranium since lots of people attended the beach for Songkran celebrations between April 13-15. He finished filming his YouTube content material and known as the police to the scene.
Police and workers from Sawang Nawa Ruam Rescue Foundation travelled to the scene to examine the human remains. Officers found the upper half of a human cranium about 5 metres away from the water. Picnic was nowhere to be discovered.
Many kinds of shellfish have been discovered inside the skull, so it is expected that this individual died a very lengthy time in the past and the current carried the skull along the Mekong River until it washed up on the shore and was discovered yesterday.
In February, a fisherman pulled a human skull from a canal in Buriram province in northeast Thailand. A local girl named Nid identified the cranium as belonging to her husband who went lacking in October. She stated she was positive it was him as a result of he had distinctive teeth that she couldn’t overlook.
Nid stated she hoped to search out her husband’s stays after a friend dreamt about him…
“Someone within the village dreamt that my husband was in cold water and wished to come out. So I made benefit at the temple with water-pouring ceremonies till my husband’s stays have been discovered.”

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