Body discovered in tree at Meyrick Park golf course had been there for 'two years'

Bournemouth Echo: Man found 'bones' at golf course 'months' before body was discovered in tree Man found 'bones' at golf course 'months' before body was discovered in tree

HUMAN remains discovered in a tree at a Bournemouth golf course had been there for two years.

The body, believed to be that of an adult man, was found after a dog dragged an arm out of undergrowth at The Club at Meyrick Park on Monday afternoon.

On Tuesday, specially trained sniffer dogs located further remains 40-foot up in a tree.

They are suspected to have been concealed in the branches for around two years.

A Bournemouth man discovered further ‘bones’ at the site ‘months’ ago, but failed to alert police.

The man, who is in his 40s, approached police officers as they combed the site on Tuesday after the body was found.

He arrived at the scene holding two objects wrapped in a clear plastic bag, and told officers he had found them previously, in the same woods before handing them over.

The man, who lives near the golf course but declined to give his name, said he had found the objects in the woods and had taken them home.

However, he was now not sure that he had done the right thing so did not want to comment further.

Police confirmed today that the objects have not yet undergone forensic examination, but form part of the same investigation.

Officers have been searching the site since Monday, when a dog dragged a human arm and hand out of the undergrowth just after 1pm.

A spokesperson from the force said there are not believed to be any suspicious circumstances.

Dorset Police suspect that the person committed suicide,” she said.

“However, it is a matter for the coroner, who will determine the exact cause of death.

“Formal identification has yet to take place and the next of kin have not been informed. The death is not being treated as suspicious.”

The remains will now undergo forensic examinations, and a post-mortem is planned for today.

DNA tests will take place, and dental records will also be used in a bid to identify the remains.

Coroner’s Officer Andy Lord said: “A post-mortem is due to take place on Thursday, and an inquest will open after formal identification has taken place.

“We would hope at the moment that the inquest will open at some point next week.”

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12:47pm Wed 2 Apr 14

Mindvor says...

Where's Jesse Ventura when you need him!?

Confusing article in a sense though:
"He told officers he had found them previously, in the same woods - and handed them over to police."
..yet
"said he had found the objects in the woods and had taken them home."
I assume this means he's had them until now..and now decided its probably better to hand them over?

"he was now not sure that he had done the right thing"...no s#*t sherlock :)
Where's Jesse Ventura when you need him!? Confusing article in a sense though: "He told officers he had found them previously, in the same woods - and handed them over to police." ..yet "said he had found the objects in the woods and had taken them home." I assume this means he's had them until now..and now decided its probably better to hand them over? "he was now not sure that he had done the right thing"...no s#*t sherlock :) Mindvor
  • Score: 64

1:12pm Wed 2 Apr 14

Gingertree says...

What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?
What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!? Gingertree
  • Score: 198

1:19pm Wed 2 Apr 14

lolly3382 says...

Totally agree with "Gingertree"!

That was my thought, right after the idea that maybe an animal (squirrels eat ANYTHING!) dragged parts of the body up the tree for dinner (after it was demolished by foxes or badgers!) and it ISN'T a suicide!
Totally agree with "Gingertree"! That was my thought, right after the idea that maybe an animal (squirrels eat ANYTHING!) dragged parts of the body up the tree for dinner (after it was demolished by foxes or badgers!) and it ISN'T a suicide! lolly3382
  • Score: -29

1:20pm Wed 2 Apr 14

retry69 says...

Gingertree wrote:
What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?
A bone collector
[quote][p][bold]Gingertree[/bold] wrote: What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?[/p][/quote]A bone collector retry69
  • Score: 26

1:32pm Wed 2 Apr 14

glendower2909 says...

Gingertree wrote:
What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?
Probably someone whose garden backs on to the course who has been seen acting concerned about the police activity

Norniron.
[quote][p][bold]Gingertree[/bold] wrote: What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?[/p][/quote]Probably someone whose garden backs on to the course who has been seen acting concerned about the police activity Norniron. glendower2909
  • Score: 8

1:52pm Wed 2 Apr 14

Gingertree says...

glendower2909 wrote:
Gingertree wrote:
What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?
Probably someone whose garden backs on to the course who has been seen acting concerned about the police activity

Norniron.
If my home backed on to a golf course or anywhere else and I saw suspicious activity I would call the police and not risk tampering with what could be vital evidence
[quote][p][bold]glendower2909[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gingertree[/bold] wrote: What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?[/p][/quote]Probably someone whose garden backs on to the course who has been seen acting concerned about the police activity Norniron.[/p][/quote]If my home backed on to a golf course or anywhere else and I saw suspicious activity I would call the police and not risk tampering with what could be vital evidence Gingertree
  • Score: 35

2:24pm Wed 2 Apr 14

Bonjovigirl says...

this must be the bloke who was panicking on here yesterday, asking if the police will dig his garden? Who the hell takes human bones home with them??
this must be the bloke who was panicking on here yesterday, asking if the police will dig his garden? Who the hell takes human bones home with them?? Bonjovigirl
  • Score: 56

2:28pm Wed 2 Apr 14

rozmister says...

glendower2909 wrote:
Gingertree wrote:
What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?
Probably someone whose garden backs on to the course who has been seen acting concerned about the police activity

Norniron.
Maybe they're concerned because the homes round here are worth a decent amount and a murder doesn't really suit that image? I live backing onto a different part of Meyrick Park and my neighbours are very middle class, any police activity would cause concern and interest because it's so out of the ordinary.
[quote][p][bold]glendower2909[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gingertree[/bold] wrote: What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?[/p][/quote]Probably someone whose garden backs on to the course who has been seen acting concerned about the police activity Norniron.[/p][/quote]Maybe they're concerned because the homes round here are worth a decent amount and a murder doesn't really suit that image? I live backing onto a different part of Meyrick Park and my neighbours are very middle class, any police activity would cause concern and interest because it's so out of the ordinary. rozmister
  • Score: 4

2:29pm Wed 2 Apr 14

retry69 says...

Bonjovigirl wrote:
this must be the bloke who was panicking on here yesterday, asking if the police will dig his garden? Who the hell takes human bones home with them??
A BONE COLLECTOR ! What is the matter with you all ?
[quote][p][bold]Bonjovigirl[/bold] wrote: this must be the bloke who was panicking on here yesterday, asking if the police will dig his garden? Who the hell takes human bones home with them??[/p][/quote]A BONE COLLECTOR ! What is the matter with you all ? retry69
  • Score: -14

2:36pm Wed 2 Apr 14

Bournemouth87 says...

Surely if you find bones in woods you would either 1. phone the police 2. think that is gross animal bones and leave them be. From what I hear it was 2 leg bones they would be pretty big surely. That gentleman must be feeling pretty horrid right now knowing he has had human bones in his hands, but more so stupid!!!
Surely if you find bones in woods you would either 1. phone the police 2. think that is gross animal bones and leave them be. From what I hear it was 2 leg bones they would be pretty big surely. That gentleman must be feeling pretty horrid right now knowing he has had human bones in his hands, but more so stupid!!! Bournemouth87
  • Score: 43

2:38pm Wed 2 Apr 14

retry69 says...

I give up :(
I give up :( retry69
  • Score: 24

2:45pm Wed 2 Apr 14

KLH says...

A butcher will give you beef bones for a dog - could be dog bones, or bones FROM a dog.
A butcher will give you beef bones for a dog - could be dog bones, or bones FROM a dog. KLH
  • Score: -19

3:09pm Wed 2 Apr 14

O'Reilly says...

Gingertree wrote:
What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?
A bonehead............
.......
[quote][p][bold]Gingertree[/bold] wrote: What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?[/p][/quote]A bonehead............ ....... O'Reilly
  • Score: 30

3:24pm Wed 2 Apr 14

Lord Spring says...

retry69 wrote:
Bonjovigirl wrote:
this must be the bloke who was panicking on here yesterday, asking if the police will dig his garden? Who the hell takes human bones home with them??
A BONE COLLECTOR ! What is the matter with you all ?
A totter I did not realise they were still about
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bonjovigirl[/bold] wrote: this must be the bloke who was panicking on here yesterday, asking if the police will dig his garden? Who the hell takes human bones home with them??[/p][/quote]A BONE COLLECTOR ! What is the matter with you all ?[/p][/quote]A totter I did not realise they were still about Lord Spring
  • Score: 1

3:41pm Wed 2 Apr 14

smhinto says...

It's enough to put one off one's Tree-boned steak!
It's enough to put one off one's Tree-boned steak! smhinto
  • Score: -21

3:55pm Wed 2 Apr 14

Twingo says...

Were they bones or "bones", and what constitutes a "month"?
Were they bones or "bones", and what constitutes a "month"? Twingo
  • Score: -15

4:03pm Wed 2 Apr 14

canfordcherry says...

I'm still all for the leopard theory...........
I'm still all for the leopard theory........... canfordcherry
  • Score: -3

4:09pm Wed 2 Apr 14

John T says...

canfordcherry wrote:
I'm still all for the leopard theory...........
What's that then....the leopard, like the Echo, never changes its spots?
[quote][p][bold]canfordcherry[/bold] wrote: I'm still all for the leopard theory...........[/p][/quote]What's that then....the leopard, like the Echo, never changes its spots? John T
  • Score: -5

4:17pm Wed 2 Apr 14

canfordcherry says...

glendower2909 wrote:
Gingertree wrote:
What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?
Probably someone whose garden backs on to the course who has been seen acting concerned about the police activity

Norniron.
Have they taken his patio up yet?
[quote][p][bold]glendower2909[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gingertree[/bold] wrote: What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?[/p][/quote]Probably someone whose garden backs on to the course who has been seen acting concerned about the police activity Norniron.[/p][/quote]Have they taken his patio up yet? canfordcherry
  • Score: 15

4:40pm Wed 2 Apr 14

glendower2909 says...

Feeling victimised. Seems like only my comments are being deleted. There are plenty of others that I think are way more distasteful..

If you think I am out if order feel free to email me and explain why I am being censored.
Feeling victimised. Seems like only my comments are being deleted. There are plenty of others that I think are way more distasteful.. If you think I am out if order feel free to email me and explain why I am being censored. glendower2909
  • Score: -34

4:57pm Wed 2 Apr 14

nothingtofear says...

glendower2909 wrote:
Feeling victimised. Seems like only my comments are being deleted. There are plenty of others that I think are way more distasteful..

If you think I am out if order feel free to email me and explain why I am being censored.
'Feeling victimised'! Get a life
[quote][p][bold]glendower2909[/bold] wrote: Feeling victimised. Seems like only my comments are being deleted. There are plenty of others that I think are way more distasteful.. If you think I am out if order feel free to email me and explain why I am being censored.[/p][/quote]'Feeling victimised'! Get a life nothingtofear
  • Score: 36

4:58pm Wed 2 Apr 14

nothingtofear says...

glendower2909 wrote:
Feeling victimised. Seems like only my comments are being deleted. There are plenty of others that I think are way more distasteful..

If you think I am out if order feel free to email me and explain why I am being censored.
'Feeling victimised'! Get a life
[quote][p][bold]glendower2909[/bold] wrote: Feeling victimised. Seems like only my comments are being deleted. There are plenty of others that I think are way more distasteful.. If you think I am out if order feel free to email me and explain why I am being censored.[/p][/quote]'Feeling victimised'! Get a life nothingtofear
  • Score: 16

5:04pm Wed 2 Apr 14

Morrigan says...

That person who took the bones home should be charged with something for not reporting the find at the time surely?!! What a creepy thing to do!!!!!!!
That person who took the bones home should be charged with something for not reporting the find at the time surely?!! What a creepy thing to do!!!!!!! Morrigan
  • Score: 49

5:06pm Wed 2 Apr 14

John T says...

nothingtofear wrote:
glendower2909 wrote:
Feeling victimised. Seems like only my comments are being deleted. There are plenty of others that I think are way more distasteful..

If you think I am out if order feel free to email me and explain why I am being censored.
'Feeling victimised'! Get a life
If it helps, glendower2909, two of my comments on this thread have also been deleted.
But, I had been so bold as to imply that I thought that no comments should be allowed on this subject.
[quote][p][bold]nothingtofear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]glendower2909[/bold] wrote: Feeling victimised. Seems like only my comments are being deleted. There are plenty of others that I think are way more distasteful.. If you think I am out if order feel free to email me and explain why I am being censored.[/p][/quote]'Feeling victimised'! Get a life[/p][/quote]If it helps, glendower2909, two of my comments on this thread have also been deleted. But, I had been so bold as to imply that I thought that no comments should be allowed on this subject. John T
  • Score: 19

5:19pm Wed 2 Apr 14

glendower2909 says...

nothingtofear wrote:
glendower2909 wrote:
Feeling victimised. Seems like only my comments are being deleted. There are plenty of others that I think are way more distasteful..

If you think I am out if order feel free to email me and explain why I am being censored.
'Feeling victimised'! Get a life
Just asking for some consistency that's all. Either a subject should be open to all or locked Down to no comments. Seems that the censorship today and yesterday has been somewhat arbitrary. I would argue that no comments that I have seen have been personally derogatory towards the deceased. Some humour admittedly but that's is what us Brits are renowned for in face of adversity. So if I need a life others defo need a sence of humour.

Over and out.
[quote][p][bold]nothingtofear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]glendower2909[/bold] wrote: Feeling victimised. Seems like only my comments are being deleted. There are plenty of others that I think are way more distasteful.. If you think I am out if order feel free to email me and explain why I am being censored.[/p][/quote]'Feeling victimised'! Get a life[/p][/quote]Just asking for some consistency that's all. Either a subject should be open to all or locked Down to no comments. Seems that the censorship today and yesterday has been somewhat arbitrary. I would argue that no comments that I have seen have been personally derogatory towards the deceased. Some humour admittedly but that's is what us Brits are renowned for in face of adversity. So if I need a life others defo need a sence of humour. Over and out. glendower2909
  • Score: 12

5:23pm Wed 2 Apr 14

pete woodley says...

glendower2909 wrote:
nothingtofear wrote:
glendower2909 wrote:
Feeling victimised. Seems like only my comments are being deleted. There are plenty of others that I think are way more distasteful..

If you think I am out if order feel free to email me and explain why I am being censored.
'Feeling victimised'! Get a life
Just asking for some consistency that's all. Either a subject should be open to all or locked Down to no comments. Seems that the censorship today and yesterday has been somewhat arbitrary. I would argue that no comments that I have seen have been personally derogatory towards the deceased. Some humour admittedly but that's is what us Brits are renowned for in face of adversity. So if I need a life others defo need a sence of humour.

Over and out.
Sick humour at the most and NOT needed,very childish
[quote][p][bold]glendower2909[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nothingtofear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]glendower2909[/bold] wrote: Feeling victimised. Seems like only my comments are being deleted. There are plenty of others that I think are way more distasteful.. If you think I am out if order feel free to email me and explain why I am being censored.[/p][/quote]'Feeling victimised'! Get a life[/p][/quote]Just asking for some consistency that's all. Either a subject should be open to all or locked Down to no comments. Seems that the censorship today and yesterday has been somewhat arbitrary. I would argue that no comments that I have seen have been personally derogatory towards the deceased. Some humour admittedly but that's is what us Brits are renowned for in face of adversity. So if I need a life others defo need a sence of humour. Over and out.[/p][/quote]Sick humour at the most and NOT needed,very childish pete woodley
  • Score: 15

6:33pm Wed 2 Apr 14

Turtlebay says...

"On Tuesday, specially trained sniffer dogs located further remains 40-foot up in a tree. "

Those 'specially trained sniffer dogs' must be unique, how do you train a dog to climb 40 feet into a tree?
"On Tuesday, specially trained sniffer dogs located further remains 40-foot up in a tree. " Those 'specially trained sniffer dogs' must be unique, how do you train a dog to climb 40 feet into a tree? Turtlebay
  • Score: 4

6:34pm Wed 2 Apr 14

scrumpyjack says...

glendower2909 wrote:
Gingertree wrote:
What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?
Probably someone whose garden backs on to the course who has been seen acting concerned about the police activity

Norniron.
Brilliant.
[quote][p][bold]glendower2909[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gingertree[/bold] wrote: What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?[/p][/quote]Probably someone whose garden backs on to the course who has been seen acting concerned about the police activity Norniron.[/p][/quote]Brilliant. scrumpyjack
  • Score: 8

6:39pm Wed 2 Apr 14

JackJohnson says...

glendower2909 wrote:
nothingtofear wrote:
glendower2909 wrote:
Feeling victimised. Seems like only my comments are being deleted. There are plenty of others that I think are way more distasteful..

If you think I am out if order feel free to email me and explain why I am being censored.
'Feeling victimised'! Get a life
Just asking for some consistency that's all. Either a subject should be open to all or locked Down to no comments. Seems that the censorship today and yesterday has been somewhat arbitrary. I would argue that no comments that I have seen have been personally derogatory towards the deceased. Some humour admittedly but that's is what us Brits are renowned for in face of adversity. So if I need a life others defo need a sence of humour.

Over and out.
Couldn't agree more. People are being a little oversensitive, I think.

Can't believe the body's been hanging around for two years. Makes me wonder how long that guy had the legs in his possession. No wonder he's keeping quiet and wondering if he 'did the right thing'. I think that no matter how long he had them, the answer is NO YOU BLOODY DIDN'T. He must be guilty of concealing a death.
[quote][p][bold]glendower2909[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nothingtofear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]glendower2909[/bold] wrote: Feeling victimised. Seems like only my comments are being deleted. There are plenty of others that I think are way more distasteful.. If you think I am out if order feel free to email me and explain why I am being censored.[/p][/quote]'Feeling victimised'! Get a life[/p][/quote]Just asking for some consistency that's all. Either a subject should be open to all or locked Down to no comments. Seems that the censorship today and yesterday has been somewhat arbitrary. I would argue that no comments that I have seen have been personally derogatory towards the deceased. Some humour admittedly but that's is what us Brits are renowned for in face of adversity. So if I need a life others defo need a sence of humour. Over and out.[/p][/quote]Couldn't agree more. People are being a little oversensitive, I think. Can't believe the body's been hanging around for two years. Makes me wonder how long that guy had the legs in his possession. No wonder he's keeping quiet and wondering if he 'did the right thing'. I think that no matter how long he had them, the answer is NO YOU BLOODY DIDN'T. He must be guilty of concealing a death. JackJohnson
  • Score: 17

6:57pm Wed 2 Apr 14

Morrigan says...

How do they know it has been up there for two years, if they don't even know who it is?

Perhaps that is how long since the mystery man found the other bones? When he claimed he found them "months ago", I never took it to mean 24 months!!!
How do they know it has been up there for two years, if they don't even know who it is? Perhaps that is how long since the mystery man found the other bones? When he claimed he found them "months ago", I never took it to mean 24 months!!! Morrigan
  • Score: 12

7:12pm Wed 2 Apr 14

KLH says...

Turtlebay wrote:
"On Tuesday, specially trained sniffer dogs located further remains 40-foot up in a tree. "

Those 'specially trained sniffer dogs' must be unique, how do you train a dog to climb 40 feet into a tree?
Train sniffer squirrels....
[quote][p][bold]Turtlebay[/bold] wrote: "On Tuesday, specially trained sniffer dogs located further remains 40-foot up in a tree. " Those 'specially trained sniffer dogs' must be unique, how do you train a dog to climb 40 feet into a tree?[/p][/quote]Train sniffer squirrels.... KLH
  • Score: 2

7:15pm Wed 2 Apr 14

Gary Bournemouth says...

Morrigan wrote:
How do they know it has been up there for two years, if they don't even know who it is?

Perhaps that is how long since the mystery man found the other bones? When he claimed he found them "months agoProbably by how decomposed the body is?
[quote][p][bold]Morrigan[/bold] wrote: How do they know it has been up there for two years, if they don't even know who it is? Perhaps that is how long since the mystery man found the other bones? When he claimed he found them "months agoProbably by how decomposed the body is? Gary Bournemouth
  • Score: 5

7:30pm Wed 2 Apr 14

JackJohnson says...

Gary Bournemouth wrote:
Morrigan wrote:
How do they know it has been up there for two years, if they don't even know who it is?

Perhaps that is how long since the mystery man found the other bones? When he claimed he found them "months agoProbably by how decomposed the body is?There's various body farms around the world, where corpses are left to do whatever corpes do. By comparing the state of this corpse with those in the body farms. they can work out how long this corpse has been a corpse.

Also, they may have an id for him/her. They wouldn't publish that they've found out who he/she is before attempting to find relatives and speak to them.
[quote][p][bold]Gary Bournemouth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Morrigan[/bold] wrote: How do they know it has been up there for two years, if they don't even know who it is? Perhaps that is how long since the mystery man found the other bones? When he claimed he found them "months agoProbably by how decomposed the body is?[/p][/quote]There's various body farms around the world, where corpses are left to do whatever corpes do. By comparing the state of this corpse with those in the body farms. they can work out how long this corpse has been a corpse. Also, they may have an id for him/her. They wouldn't publish that they've found out who he/she is before attempting to find relatives and speak to them. JackJohnson
  • Score: 5

7:30pm Wed 2 Apr 14

Bonkeydollocks says...

Turtlebay wrote:
"On Tuesday, specially trained sniffer dogs located further remains 40-foot up in a tree. "

Those 'specially trained sniffer dogs' must be unique, how do you train a dog to climb 40 feet into a tree?
You beat me to it. Was wondering the same

Ret-tree-ver dogs I guess :-)
[quote][p][bold]Turtlebay[/bold] wrote: "On Tuesday, specially trained sniffer dogs located further remains 40-foot up in a tree. " Those 'specially trained sniffer dogs' must be unique, how do you train a dog to climb 40 feet into a tree?[/p][/quote]You beat me to it. Was wondering the same Ret-tree-ver dogs I guess :-) Bonkeydollocks
  • Score: 5

7:33pm Wed 2 Apr 14

Alantrom says...

I've read quite a few of the comments here and from what I can see everyone is more concerned with either trying to make some sad attempts at humour or belittling the chap who, rightly or wrongly, took some bones home at some time in the past.
I would ask everyone to think again!
If it was suicide as now being suggested, what an awful state of mind must one be in to go into the woods alongside a busy golf course, climb 40ft up a tree and presumeably hang oneself.
What about possible family and friends who this poor unfortunate must be missed by?
Please grow up and treat this with some respect and compassion for all involved.
I've read quite a few of the comments here and from what I can see everyone is more concerned with either trying to make some sad attempts at humour or belittling the chap who, rightly or wrongly, took some bones home at some time in the past. I would ask everyone to think again! If it was suicide as now being suggested, what an awful state of mind must one be in to go into the woods alongside a busy golf course, climb 40ft up a tree and presumeably hang oneself. What about possible family and friends who this poor unfortunate must be missed by? Please grow up and treat this with some respect and compassion for all involved. Alantrom
  • Score: 44

7:52pm Wed 2 Apr 14

Dahlia77 says...

I wonder if it is Jurij Sliachtecov? Who went missing in 2011 from Bournemouth http://www.dorset.po
lice.uk/default.aspx
?page=5343
Whoever the remains belong to at least in a weeks time their love ones will be notified and have some sort of closure.
I wonder if it is Jurij Sliachtecov? Who went missing in 2011 from Bournemouth http://www.dorset.po lice.uk/default.aspx ?page=5343 Whoever the remains belong to at least in a weeks time their love ones will be notified and have some sort of closure. Dahlia77
  • Score: 15

8:07pm Wed 2 Apr 14

Understated says...

Alantrom wrote:
I've read quite a few of the comments here and from what I can see everyone is more concerned with either trying to make some sad attempts at humour or belittling the chap who, rightly or wrongly, took some bones home at some time in the past.
I would ask everyone to think again!
If it was suicide as now being suggested, what an awful state of mind must one be in to go into the woods alongside a busy golf course, climb 40ft up a tree and presumeably hang oneself.
What about possible family and friends who this poor unfortunate must be missed by?
Please grow up and treat this with some respect and compassion for all involved.
i wasnt sure at first how suicide would have resulted in the individual parts being found, i was imagining a self administered explosive, but since youve mentioned hanging, i feel rather stupid for missing the obvious.

its amazing no-one had seen this body hanging in the time its been there, especially the residents who lived right by it, as in winter the trees become bare

its all a bit strange
[quote][p][bold]Alantrom[/bold] wrote: I've read quite a few of the comments here and from what I can see everyone is more concerned with either trying to make some sad attempts at humour or belittling the chap who, rightly or wrongly, took some bones home at some time in the past. I would ask everyone to think again! If it was suicide as now being suggested, what an awful state of mind must one be in to go into the woods alongside a busy golf course, climb 40ft up a tree and presumeably hang oneself. What about possible family and friends who this poor unfortunate must be missed by? Please grow up and treat this with some respect and compassion for all involved.[/p][/quote]i wasnt sure at first how suicide would have resulted in the individual parts being found, i was imagining a self administered explosive, but since youve mentioned hanging, i feel rather stupid for missing the obvious. its amazing no-one had seen this body hanging in the time its been there, especially the residents who lived right by it, as in winter the trees become bare its all a bit strange Understated
  • Score: 5

8:30pm Wed 2 Apr 14

JackJohnson says...

Understated wrote:
Alantrom wrote:
I've read quite a few of the comments here and from what I can see everyone is more concerned with either trying to make some sad attempts at humour or belittling the chap who, rightly or wrongly, took some bones home at some time in the past.
I would ask everyone to think again!
If it was suicide as now being suggested, what an awful state of mind must one be in to go into the woods alongside a busy golf course, climb 40ft up a tree and presumeably hang oneself.
What about possible family and friends who this poor unfortunate must be missed by?
Please grow up and treat this with some respect and compassion for all involved.
i wasnt sure at first how suicide would have resulted in the individual parts being found, i was imagining a self administered explosive, but since youve mentioned hanging, i feel rather stupid for missing the obvious.

its amazing no-one had seen this body hanging in the time its been there, especially the residents who lived right by it, as in winter the trees become bare

its all a bit strange
Indeed. If it has been there for up to two years the locals get 0/10 for observation. It's almost medieval.
[quote][p][bold]Understated[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alantrom[/bold] wrote: I've read quite a few of the comments here and from what I can see everyone is more concerned with either trying to make some sad attempts at humour or belittling the chap who, rightly or wrongly, took some bones home at some time in the past. I would ask everyone to think again! If it was suicide as now being suggested, what an awful state of mind must one be in to go into the woods alongside a busy golf course, climb 40ft up a tree and presumeably hang oneself. What about possible family and friends who this poor unfortunate must be missed by? Please grow up and treat this with some respect and compassion for all involved.[/p][/quote]i wasnt sure at first how suicide would have resulted in the individual parts being found, i was imagining a self administered explosive, but since youve mentioned hanging, i feel rather stupid for missing the obvious. its amazing no-one had seen this body hanging in the time its been there, especially the residents who lived right by it, as in winter the trees become bare its all a bit strange[/p][/quote]Indeed. If it has been there for up to two years the locals get 0/10 for observation. It's almost medieval. JackJohnson
  • Score: 9

8:31pm Wed 2 Apr 14

Dahlia77 says...

Most of the trees are evergreen and very very tall so that explains why the body was not spotted
Most of the trees are evergreen and very very tall so that explains why the body was not spotted Dahlia77
  • Score: 17

8:51pm Wed 2 Apr 14

scrumpyjack says...

JackJohnson wrote:
Understated wrote:
Alantrom wrote:
I've read quite a few of the comments here and from what I can see everyone is more concerned with either trying to make some sad attempts at humour or belittling the chap who, rightly or wrongly, took some bones home at some time in the past.
I would ask everyone to think again!
If it was suicide as now being suggested, what an awful state of mind must one be in to go into the woods alongside a busy golf course, climb 40ft up a tree and presumeably hang oneself.
What about possible family and friends who this poor unfortunate must be missed by?
Please grow up and treat this with some respect and compassion for all involved.
i wasnt sure at first how suicide would have resulted in the individual parts being found, i was imagining a self administered explosive, but since youve mentioned hanging, i feel rather stupid for missing the obvious.

its amazing no-one had seen this body hanging in the time its been there, especially the residents who lived right by it, as in winter the trees become bare

its all a bit strange
Indeed. If it has been there for up to two years the locals get 0/10 for observation. It's almost medieval.
Connifer?
[quote][p][bold]JackJohnson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Understated[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alantrom[/bold] wrote: I've read quite a few of the comments here and from what I can see everyone is more concerned with either trying to make some sad attempts at humour or belittling the chap who, rightly or wrongly, took some bones home at some time in the past. I would ask everyone to think again! If it was suicide as now being suggested, what an awful state of mind must one be in to go into the woods alongside a busy golf course, climb 40ft up a tree and presumeably hang oneself. What about possible family and friends who this poor unfortunate must be missed by? Please grow up and treat this with some respect and compassion for all involved.[/p][/quote]i wasnt sure at first how suicide would have resulted in the individual parts being found, i was imagining a self administered explosive, but since youve mentioned hanging, i feel rather stupid for missing the obvious. its amazing no-one had seen this body hanging in the time its been there, especially the residents who lived right by it, as in winter the trees become bare its all a bit strange[/p][/quote]Indeed. If it has been there for up to two years the locals get 0/10 for observation. It's almost medieval.[/p][/quote]Connifer? scrumpyjack
  • Score: 6

9:19pm Wed 2 Apr 14

Bournemouth Ohec says...

This sounds like an episode of CSI, but more bizarre!
This sounds like an episode of CSI, but more bizarre! Bournemouth Ohec
  • Score: -5

10:47pm Wed 2 Apr 14

Witch Hazel says...

Nothing makes sense to me... but there again, I'm... or 'we' are not the ones to judge
Nothing makes sense to me... but there again, I'm... or 'we' are not the ones to judge Witch Hazel
  • Score: -4

12:23am Thu 3 Apr 14

ASM says...

SUICIDE???????? did the ghost chop himself into little pieces and put the little pieces into clear plastic bags for everyone to see.
Also I am now scared to go to meyrick park, not because the dead body, but because there is some nut job who finds dead body parts and takes them home to play with.
SUICIDE???????? did the ghost chop himself into little pieces and put the little pieces into clear plastic bags for everyone to see. Also I am now scared to go to meyrick park, not because the dead body, but because there is some nut job who finds dead body parts and takes them home to play with. ASM
  • Score: -17

7:51am Thu 3 Apr 14

glendower2909 says...

ASM wrote:
SUICIDE???????? did the ghost chop himself into little pieces and put the little pieces into clear plastic bags for everyone to see.
Also I am now scared to go to meyrick park, not because the dead body, but because there is some nut job who finds dead body parts and takes them home to play with.
Don't worry norniron is still at home waiting for his wife to return from the shops while tending his newly laid patio.
[quote][p][bold]ASM[/bold] wrote: SUICIDE???????? did the ghost chop himself into little pieces and put the little pieces into clear plastic bags for everyone to see. Also I am now scared to go to meyrick park, not because the dead body, but because there is some nut job who finds dead body parts and takes them home to play with.[/p][/quote]Don't worry norniron is still at home waiting for his wife to return from the shops while tending his newly laid patio. glendower2909
  • Score: 8

7:53am Thu 3 Apr 14

BarrHumbug says...

retry69 wrote:
I give up :(
If the guy is a bone collector then wouldn't he recognise a human thigh bone? In which case would it not be prudent to report your findings?
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: I give up :([/p][/quote]If the guy is a bone collector then wouldn't he recognise a human thigh bone? In which case would it not be prudent to report your findings? BarrHumbug
  • Score: 0

8:17am Thu 3 Apr 14

retry69 says...

BarrHumbug wrote:
retry69 wrote:
I give up :(
If the guy is a bone collector then wouldn't he recognise a human thigh bone? In which case would it not be prudent to report your findings?
Then he would have to hand them in so he wouldn't be able to collect them would he.Please keep up.
[quote][p][bold]BarrHumbug[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: I give up :([/p][/quote]If the guy is a bone collector then wouldn't he recognise a human thigh bone? In which case would it not be prudent to report your findings?[/p][/quote]Then he would have to hand them in so he wouldn't be able to collect them would he.Please keep up. retry69
  • Score: 7

8:22am Thu 3 Apr 14

rudestickers says...

Lets not forget that this is someones' Father, Son, Child etc; Really people, some of you should be ashamed of your comments. I'm embarrassed to think you think so little of human life. thank God you're not friends of mine!
Lets not forget that this is someones' Father, Son, Child etc; Really people, some of you should be ashamed of your comments. I'm embarrassed to think you think so little of human life. thank God you're not friends of mine! rudestickers
  • Score: 18

8:24am Thu 3 Apr 14

retry69 says...

rudestickers wrote:
Lets not forget that this is someones' Father, Son, Child etc; Really people, some of you should be ashamed of your comments. I'm embarrassed to think you think so little of human life. thank God you're not friends of mine!
If you think that nobody commenting on here cares I suggest you find somewhere else to get embarrassed.
[quote][p][bold]rudestickers[/bold] wrote: Lets not forget that this is someones' Father, Son, Child etc; Really people, some of you should be ashamed of your comments. I'm embarrassed to think you think so little of human life. thank God you're not friends of mine![/p][/quote]If you think that nobody commenting on here cares I suggest you find somewhere else to get embarrassed. retry69
  • Score: -4

8:44am Thu 3 Apr 14

BarrHumbug says...

retry69 wrote:
BarrHumbug wrote:
retry69 wrote:
I give up :(
If the guy is a bone collector then wouldn't he recognise a human thigh bone? In which case would it not be prudent to report your findings?
Then he would have to hand them in so he wouldn't be able to collect them would he.Please keep up.
You criticise people for saying that keeping the bones was a bit sick, jumping to his defence with the excuse that he may be a bone collector and then suggest that bone collectors knowingly collect human remains from sources that are more than dubious and no doubt illegal and you don't think thats sick?
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarrHumbug[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: I give up :([/p][/quote]If the guy is a bone collector then wouldn't he recognise a human thigh bone? In which case would it not be prudent to report your findings?[/p][/quote]Then he would have to hand them in so he wouldn't be able to collect them would he.Please keep up.[/p][/quote]You criticise people for saying that keeping the bones was a bit sick, jumping to his defence with the excuse that he may be a bone collector and then suggest that bone collectors knowingly collect human remains from sources that are more than dubious and no doubt illegal and you don't think thats sick? BarrHumbug
  • Score: 11

9:20am Thu 3 Apr 14

retry69 says...

BarrHumbug wrote:
retry69 wrote:
BarrHumbug wrote:
retry69 wrote:
I give up :(
If the guy is a bone collector then wouldn't he recognise a human thigh bone? In which case would it not be prudent to report your findings?
Then he would have to hand them in so he wouldn't be able to collect them would he.Please keep up.
You criticise people for saying that keeping the bones was a bit sick, jumping to his defence with the excuse that he may be a bone collector and then suggest that bone collectors knowingly collect human remains from sources that are more than dubious and no doubt illegal and you don't think thats sick?
I didn't criticise or jump to anyone's defence merely offered a suggestion to his reasons.There are some strange people around as you would realise if you took more interest in the comments mmmmmm:)
[quote][p][bold]BarrHumbug[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarrHumbug[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: I give up :([/p][/quote]If the guy is a bone collector then wouldn't he recognise a human thigh bone? In which case would it not be prudent to report your findings?[/p][/quote]Then he would have to hand them in so he wouldn't be able to collect them would he.Please keep up.[/p][/quote]You criticise people for saying that keeping the bones was a bit sick, jumping to his defence with the excuse that he may be a bone collector and then suggest that bone collectors knowingly collect human remains from sources that are more than dubious and no doubt illegal and you don't think thats sick?[/p][/quote]I didn't criticise or jump to anyone's defence merely offered a suggestion to his reasons.There are some strange people around as you would realise if you took more interest in the comments mmmmmm:) retry69
  • Score: 0

9:57am Thu 3 Apr 14

BarrHumbug says...

retry69 wrote:
BarrHumbug wrote:
retry69 wrote:
BarrHumbug wrote:
retry69 wrote:
I give up :(
If the guy is a bone collector then wouldn't he recognise a human thigh bone? In which case would it not be prudent to report your findings?
Then he would have to hand them in so he wouldn't be able to collect them would he.Please keep up.
You criticise people for saying that keeping the bones was a bit sick, jumping to his defence with the excuse that he may be a bone collector and then suggest that bone collectors knowingly collect human remains from sources that are more than dubious and no doubt illegal and you don't think thats sick?
I didn't criticise or jump to anyone's defence merely offered a suggestion to his reasons.There are some strange people around as you would realise if you took more interest in the comments mmmmmm:)
I never pay much interest in the comments, most of its drivel, you of all people should know that ;) :D
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarrHumbug[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarrHumbug[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: I give up :([/p][/quote]If the guy is a bone collector then wouldn't he recognise a human thigh bone? In which case would it not be prudent to report your findings?[/p][/quote]Then he would have to hand them in so he wouldn't be able to collect them would he.Please keep up.[/p][/quote]You criticise people for saying that keeping the bones was a bit sick, jumping to his defence with the excuse that he may be a bone collector and then suggest that bone collectors knowingly collect human remains from sources that are more than dubious and no doubt illegal and you don't think thats sick?[/p][/quote]I didn't criticise or jump to anyone's defence merely offered a suggestion to his reasons.There are some strange people around as you would realise if you took more interest in the comments mmmmmm:)[/p][/quote]I never pay much interest in the comments, most of its drivel, you of all people should know that ;) :D BarrHumbug
  • Score: 0

10:17am Thu 3 Apr 14

oldcrow says...

retry69 wrote:
rudestickers wrote:
Lets not forget that this is someones' Father, Son, Child etc; Really people, some of you should be ashamed of your comments. I'm embarrassed to think you think so little of human life. thank God you're not friends of mine!
If you think that nobody commenting on here cares I suggest you find somewhere else to get embarrassed.
I agree wholeheartedly. Not only has someone apparently been desperate enough to take their own life, their body has been discovered under the most appalling circumstances.

Consequently a family has just been /about to be completely devastated, so anyone who makes crass and insensitive comments should be ashamed of themselves.
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rudestickers[/bold] wrote: Lets not forget that this is someones' Father, Son, Child etc; Really people, some of you should be ashamed of your comments. I'm embarrassed to think you think so little of human life. thank God you're not friends of mine![/p][/quote]If you think that nobody commenting on here cares I suggest you find somewhere else to get embarrassed.[/p][/quote]I agree wholeheartedly. Not only has someone apparently been desperate enough to take their own life, their body has been discovered under the most appalling circumstances. Consequently a family has just been /about to be completely devastated, so anyone who makes crass and insensitive comments should be ashamed of themselves. oldcrow
  • Score: 10

11:27am Thu 3 Apr 14

fuhamfc12 says...

smhinto wrote:
It's enough to put one off one's Tree-boned steak!
So many of your posts are pointless. Your comment on here is very childish. Imagine if that was one of your family, I'm sure you wouldn't even be on her venting your stupidity.

I repeat what most people say, get a life you sad individual and grow up.
[quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: It's enough to put one off one's Tree-boned steak![/p][/quote]So many of your posts are pointless. Your comment on here is very childish. Imagine if that was one of your family, I'm sure you wouldn't even be on her venting your stupidity. I repeat what most people say, get a life you sad individual and grow up. fuhamfc12
  • Score: 11

11:30am Thu 3 Apr 14

fuhamfc12 says...

BarrHumbug wrote:
retry69 wrote:
I give up :(
If the guy is a bone collector then wouldn't he recognise a human thigh bone? In which case would it not be prudent to report your findings?
Its not about the guy who collects bones, this is about a life that has been lost. The guy who collects bones was on her a couple of days ago as he was worried he may get found out........

the Police have clearly said there are no suspicious circumstances behind this.
[quote][p][bold]BarrHumbug[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: I give up :([/p][/quote]If the guy is a bone collector then wouldn't he recognise a human thigh bone? In which case would it not be prudent to report your findings?[/p][/quote]Its not about the guy who collects bones, this is about a life that has been lost. The guy who collects bones was on her a couple of days ago as he was worried he may get found out........ the Police have clearly said there are no suspicious circumstances behind this. fuhamfc12
  • Score: -3

11:57am Thu 3 Apr 14

BmthNewshound says...

I often take my dogs for walks at Meyrick Park its quite unsettling to think that for the past two years we could have been walking past a tree containing a dead body. However, having read some of the comments to this story I think its far more unsettling when you think that there are some very weird and warped people walking the streets of Bournemouth.
I often take my dogs for walks at Meyrick Park its quite unsettling to think that for the past two years we could have been walking past a tree containing a dead body. However, having read some of the comments to this story I think its far more unsettling when you think that there are some very weird and warped people walking the streets of Bournemouth. BmthNewshound
  • Score: 6

11:59am Thu 3 Apr 14

BarrHumbug says...

fuhamfc12 wrote:
BarrHumbug wrote:
retry69 wrote:
I give up :(
If the guy is a bone collector then wouldn't he recognise a human thigh bone? In which case would it not be prudent to report your findings?
Its not about the guy who collects bones, this is about a life that has been lost. The guy who collects bones was on her a couple of days ago as he was worried he may get found out........

the Police have clearly said there are no suspicious circumstances behind this.
This story has become about the person who took limbs from the scene of a tragic death and failing to report it. No one is suggesting they had anything to do with the victims death and the police aren't investigating that either but I would expect some sort of recourse for his actions. Now giving the benefit of the doubt maybe he didn't know at the time what they were as decomposition could have been advanced but if he did, then the anguish of the victims possible loved ones and family has been prolonged longer than it need be?
[quote][p][bold]fuhamfc12[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarrHumbug[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: I give up :([/p][/quote]If the guy is a bone collector then wouldn't he recognise a human thigh bone? In which case would it not be prudent to report your findings?[/p][/quote]Its not about the guy who collects bones, this is about a life that has been lost. The guy who collects bones was on her a couple of days ago as he was worried he may get found out........ the Police have clearly said there are no suspicious circumstances behind this.[/p][/quote]This story has become about the person who took limbs from the scene of a tragic death and failing to report it. No one is suggesting they had anything to do with the victims death and the police aren't investigating that either but I would expect some sort of recourse for his actions. Now giving the benefit of the doubt maybe he didn't know at the time what they were as decomposition could have been advanced but if he did, then the anguish of the victims possible loved ones and family has been prolonged longer than it need be? BarrHumbug
  • Score: 6

12:16pm Thu 3 Apr 14

Mrswag11 says...

People are saying that is the locals fault we didn't recognise it? Sorry who looks up a 40ft tree summer or winter? Not many?! My house backs onto where they found the body, it's awful. I walk past the scene every day for school and work, freaks me out! It's not the locals fault it's who ever did it if it was a murders fault, it's a tragedy. It's such a nice place to live although we do have a lot of Crime.
People are saying that is the locals fault we didn't recognise it? Sorry who looks up a 40ft tree summer or winter? Not many?! My house backs onto where they found the body, it's awful. I walk past the scene every day for school and work, freaks me out! It's not the locals fault it's who ever did it if it was a murders fault, it's a tragedy. It's such a nice place to live although we do have a lot of Crime. Mrswag11
  • Score: -7

12:40pm Thu 3 Apr 14

Dahlia77 says...

I think some people are missing the point of the persons actions completely, they obviously didn't want to be found by anyone, hence climbing up a 40 foot evergreen tree. Maybe they were under the impression that wildlife and the elements would dispose of them altogether so no-one would have to discover their remains. The local residents should look at it in the following way imho, a suicidal person chooses one of the most beautiful and tranquil parts of Bournemouth to end their life.
I think some people are missing the point of the persons actions completely, they obviously didn't want to be found by anyone, hence climbing up a 40 foot evergreen tree. Maybe they were under the impression that wildlife and the elements would dispose of them altogether so no-one would have to discover their remains. The local residents should look at it in the following way imho, a suicidal person chooses one of the most beautiful and tranquil parts of Bournemouth to end their life. Dahlia77
  • Score: 11

12:42pm Thu 3 Apr 14

smhinto says...

fuhamfc12 wrote:
smhinto wrote: It's enough to put one off one's Tree-boned steak!
So many of your posts are pointless. Your comment on here is very childish. Imagine if that was one of your family, I'm sure you wouldn't even be on her venting your stupidity. I repeat what most people say, get a life you sad individual and grow up.
Obviously you are devoid of a sense of humour. I doubt if there is anybody on this forum who does not feel pity for the deceased. As somebody has already stated -
.
"I would argue that no comments that I have seen have been personally derogatory towards the deceased. Some humour admittedly but that's is what us Brits are renowned for in face of adversity"
.
I am sure a long Winters night with you would simply fly by.
[quote][p][bold]fuhamfc12[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: It's enough to put one off one's Tree-boned steak![/p][/quote]So many of your posts are pointless. Your comment on here is very childish. Imagine if that was one of your family, I'm sure you wouldn't even be on her venting your stupidity. I repeat what most people say, get a life you sad individual and grow up.[/p][/quote]Obviously you are devoid of a sense of humour. I doubt if there is anybody on this forum who does not feel pity for the deceased. As somebody has already stated - . "I would argue that no comments that I have seen have been personally derogatory towards the deceased. Some humour admittedly but that's is what us Brits are renowned for in face of adversity" . I am sure a long Winters night with you would simply fly by. smhinto
  • Score: -1

12:51pm Thu 3 Apr 14

TheDistrict says...

Most of the trees in Meyrick Park, as pointed out, but ignored, are Conifers, Pines, etc, all evergreen, which stay quite dense at all times. Probably, if it is, what this poor person took into consideration when, if as alleged, took his own life.

The gentleman who found the bones. Why dont we look at it from another point of view. He found and collected the bones, at the time thinking they were some other kind of being. Now that other body parts have been found, and that body parts have been found in a tree, near to, or where he found them, is he now not right that he has brought them forward, and not the evil man some of you think for hoarding them. Plus we have to think, his were bones found on the ground, the dog found a decomposed arm and/or hand, which was also on the ground. Are the two linked. We can only wait, as usual, and rightly so, for the DNA results.
Most of the trees in Meyrick Park, as pointed out, but ignored, are Conifers, Pines, etc, all evergreen, which stay quite dense at all times. Probably, if it is, what this poor person took into consideration when, if as alleged, took his own life. The gentleman who found the bones. Why dont we look at it from another point of view. He found and collected the bones, at the time thinking they were some other kind of being. Now that other body parts have been found, and that body parts have been found in a tree, near to, or where he found them, is he now not right that he has brought them forward, and not the evil man some of you think for hoarding them. Plus we have to think, his were bones found on the ground, the dog found a decomposed arm and/or hand, which was also on the ground. Are the two linked. We can only wait, as usual, and rightly so, for the DNA results. TheDistrict
  • Score: -4

1:10pm Thu 3 Apr 14

retry69 says...

smhinto wrote:
fuhamfc12 wrote:
smhinto wrote: It's enough to put one off one's Tree-boned steak!
So many of your posts are pointless. Your comment on here is very childish. Imagine if that was one of your family, I'm sure you wouldn't even be on her venting your stupidity. I repeat what most people say, get a life you sad individual and grow up.
Obviously you are devoid of a sense of humour. I doubt if there is anybody on this forum who does not feel pity for the deceased. As somebody has already stated -
.
"I would argue that no comments that I have seen have been personally derogatory towards the deceased. Some humour admittedly but that's is what us Brits are renowned for in face of adversity"
.
I am sure a long Winters night with you would simply fly by.
Of course you are 100% correct smhinto but I have noticed that those that are accusing us commenters of being heartless morons and worse are not regulars so I think they may be ignorant to the way the average reader expresses themselves.Fortunate
ly the majority of us do understand the way comments are meant .
[quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fuhamfc12[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: It's enough to put one off one's Tree-boned steak![/p][/quote]So many of your posts are pointless. Your comment on here is very childish. Imagine if that was one of your family, I'm sure you wouldn't even be on her venting your stupidity. I repeat what most people say, get a life you sad individual and grow up.[/p][/quote]Obviously you are devoid of a sense of humour. I doubt if there is anybody on this forum who does not feel pity for the deceased. As somebody has already stated - . "I would argue that no comments that I have seen have been personally derogatory towards the deceased. Some humour admittedly but that's is what us Brits are renowned for in face of adversity" . I am sure a long Winters night with you would simply fly by.[/p][/quote]Of course you are 100% correct smhinto but I have noticed that those that are accusing us commenters of being heartless morons and worse are not regulars so I think they may be ignorant to the way the average reader expresses themselves.Fortunate ly the majority of us do understand the way comments are meant . retry69
  • Score: -3

1:56pm Thu 3 Apr 14

spooki says...

rozmister wrote:
glendower2909 wrote:
Gingertree wrote:
What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?
Probably someone whose garden backs on to the course who has been seen acting concerned about the police activity

Norniron.
Maybe they're concerned because the homes round here are worth a decent amount and a murder doesn't really suit that image? I live backing onto a different part of Meyrick Park and my neighbours are very middle class, any police activity would cause concern and interest because it's so out of the ordinary.
So you'd rather bones you find close by from a murder, suicide or whatever went undiscovered because you're worried it might reflect badly on the area???
[quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]glendower2909[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gingertree[/bold] wrote: What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?[/p][/quote]Probably someone whose garden backs on to the course who has been seen acting concerned about the police activity Norniron.[/p][/quote]Maybe they're concerned because the homes round here are worth a decent amount and a murder doesn't really suit that image? I live backing onto a different part of Meyrick Park and my neighbours are very middle class, any police activity would cause concern and interest because it's so out of the ordinary.[/p][/quote]So you'd rather bones you find close by from a murder, suicide or whatever went undiscovered because you're worried it might reflect badly on the area??? spooki
  • Score: -1

2:03pm Thu 3 Apr 14

spooki says...

ASM wrote:
SUICIDE???????? did the ghost chop himself into little pieces and put the little pieces into clear plastic bags for everyone to see.
Also I am now scared to go to meyrick park, not because the dead body, but because there is some nut job who finds dead body parts and takes them home to play with.
I am presuming time and gravity had something to do with bits being on the ground.
But yes, who finds bones on the ground and takes them home to keep?
I hope they track down the identity of the poor man. Surely someone must have missed them?
[quote][p][bold]ASM[/bold] wrote: SUICIDE???????? did the ghost chop himself into little pieces and put the little pieces into clear plastic bags for everyone to see. Also I am now scared to go to meyrick park, not because the dead body, but because there is some nut job who finds dead body parts and takes them home to play with.[/p][/quote]I am presuming time and gravity had something to do with bits being on the ground. But yes, who finds bones on the ground and takes them home to keep? I hope they track down the identity of the poor man. Surely someone must have missed them? spooki
  • Score: 5

2:15pm Thu 3 Apr 14

fuhamfc12 says...

retry69 wrote:
smhinto wrote:
fuhamfc12 wrote:
smhinto wrote: It's enough to put one off one's Tree-boned steak!
So many of your posts are pointless. Your comment on here is very childish. Imagine if that was one of your family, I'm sure you wouldn't even be on her venting your stupidity. I repeat what most people say, get a life you sad individual and grow up.
Obviously you are devoid of a sense of humour. I doubt if there is anybody on this forum who does not feel pity for the deceased. As somebody has already stated -
.
"I would argue that no comments that I have seen have been personally derogatory towards the deceased. Some humour admittedly but that's is what us Brits are renowned for in face of adversity"
.
I am sure a long Winters night with you would simply fly by.
Of course you are 100% correct smhinto but I have noticed that those that are accusing us commenters of being heartless morons and worse are not regulars so I think they may be ignorant to the way the average reader expresses themselves.Fortunate

ly the majority of us do understand the way comments are meant .
I decide not to comment on here unless there is a need to. I think there is a high percentage of people that say smhintos comments are rubbish and a lot of people regard him as a muppet.

When we are talking of someone that has died no humour comments are funny.
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fuhamfc12[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: It's enough to put one off one's Tree-boned steak![/p][/quote]So many of your posts are pointless. Your comment on here is very childish. Imagine if that was one of your family, I'm sure you wouldn't even be on her venting your stupidity. I repeat what most people say, get a life you sad individual and grow up.[/p][/quote]Obviously you are devoid of a sense of humour. I doubt if there is anybody on this forum who does not feel pity for the deceased. As somebody has already stated - . "I would argue that no comments that I have seen have been personally derogatory towards the deceased. Some humour admittedly but that's is what us Brits are renowned for in face of adversity" . I am sure a long Winters night with you would simply fly by.[/p][/quote]Of course you are 100% correct smhinto but I have noticed that those that are accusing us commenters of being heartless morons and worse are not regulars so I think they may be ignorant to the way the average reader expresses themselves.Fortunate ly the majority of us do understand the way comments are meant .[/p][/quote]I decide not to comment on here unless there is a need to. I think there is a high percentage of people that say smhintos comments are rubbish and a lot of people regard him as a muppet. When we are talking of someone that has died no humour comments are funny. fuhamfc12
  • Score: 6

2:21pm Thu 3 Apr 14

rozmister says...

spooki wrote:
rozmister wrote:
glendower2909 wrote:
Gingertree wrote:
What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?
Probably someone whose garden backs on to the course who has been seen acting concerned about the police activity

Norniron.
Maybe they're concerned because the homes round here are worth a decent amount and a murder doesn't really suit that image? I live backing onto a different part of Meyrick Park and my neighbours are very middle class, any police activity would cause concern and interest because it's so out of the ordinary.
So you'd rather bones you find close by from a murder, suicide or whatever went undiscovered because you're worried it might reflect badly on the area???
If there are bones from a murder, suicide or whatever I would much prefer them to be found so that the family who are waiting for their loved one to come home can have answers.

That doesn't change the fact that people will be concerned by police activity in their area, especially if they live in an area where that is out of the ordinary and doesn't suit their idea of their neighbourhood.

It transpires the person who took bones home had commented on here before and that was who was being described as a concerned person whose garden backed onto Meyrick Park, I never saw those comments so was unaware until someone else mentioned it.
[quote][p][bold]spooki[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]glendower2909[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gingertree[/bold] wrote: What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?[/p][/quote]Probably someone whose garden backs on to the course who has been seen acting concerned about the police activity Norniron.[/p][/quote]Maybe they're concerned because the homes round here are worth a decent amount and a murder doesn't really suit that image? I live backing onto a different part of Meyrick Park and my neighbours are very middle class, any police activity would cause concern and interest because it's so out of the ordinary.[/p][/quote]So you'd rather bones you find close by from a murder, suicide or whatever went undiscovered because you're worried it might reflect badly on the area???[/p][/quote]If there are bones from a murder, suicide or whatever I would much prefer them to be found so that the family who are waiting for their loved one to come home can have answers. That doesn't change the fact that people will be concerned by police activity in their area, especially if they live in an area where that is out of the ordinary and doesn't suit their idea of their neighbourhood. It transpires the person who took bones home had commented on here before and that was who was being described as a concerned person whose garden backed onto Meyrick Park, I never saw those comments so was unaware until someone else mentioned it. rozmister
  • Score: 1

2:29pm Thu 3 Apr 14

JackJohnson says...

rozmister wrote:
spooki wrote:
rozmister wrote:
glendower2909 wrote:
Gingertree wrote:
What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?
Probably someone whose garden backs on to the course who has been seen acting concerned about the police activity

Norniron.
Maybe they're concerned because the homes round here are worth a decent amount and a murder doesn't really suit that image? I live backing onto a different part of Meyrick Park and my neighbours are very middle class, any police activity would cause concern and interest because it's so out of the ordinary.
So you'd rather bones you find close by from a murder, suicide or whatever went undiscovered because you're worried it might reflect badly on the area???
If there are bones from a murder, suicide or whatever I would much prefer them to be found so that the family who are waiting for their loved one to come home can have answers.

That doesn't change the fact that people will be concerned by police activity in their area, especially if they live in an area where that is out of the ordinary and doesn't suit their idea of their neighbourhood.

It transpires the person who took bones home had commented on here before and that was who was being described as a concerned person whose garden backed onto Meyrick Park, I never saw those comments so was unaware until someone else mentioned it.
I don't think anyone was really certain that it was the same person, but could well have been.
[quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]spooki[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]glendower2909[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gingertree[/bold] wrote: What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?[/p][/quote]Probably someone whose garden backs on to the course who has been seen acting concerned about the police activity Norniron.[/p][/quote]Maybe they're concerned because the homes round here are worth a decent amount and a murder doesn't really suit that image? I live backing onto a different part of Meyrick Park and my neighbours are very middle class, any police activity would cause concern and interest because it's so out of the ordinary.[/p][/quote]So you'd rather bones you find close by from a murder, suicide or whatever went undiscovered because you're worried it might reflect badly on the area???[/p][/quote]If there are bones from a murder, suicide or whatever I would much prefer them to be found so that the family who are waiting for their loved one to come home can have answers. That doesn't change the fact that people will be concerned by police activity in their area, especially if they live in an area where that is out of the ordinary and doesn't suit their idea of their neighbourhood. It transpires the person who took bones home had commented on here before and that was who was being described as a concerned person whose garden backed onto Meyrick Park, I never saw those comments so was unaware until someone else mentioned it.[/p][/quote]I don't think anyone was really certain that it was the same person, but could well have been. JackJohnson
  • Score: -5

2:57pm Thu 3 Apr 14

Sir Beachy Head says...

spooki says...
I am presuming time and gravity had something to do with bits being on the ground.

-------

Well done. Gravity has everything to do with anything falling to the ground.


BOURNEMOUTH
 Bournemouth has 3 times the national average of people with schizophrenia.
 In 2006 the Mental Health grant given by the government to local authorities
was cut by 12%, at a time of increasing need in the Bournemouth area.
 Locally and nationally there is a loss of funding for the future e.g. lottery
funding is now uncertain.
 Bournemouth has the highest rate of mental illness in Dorset and Somerset.
 A total of 1,315 patients were registered with Bournemouth GPs as having a
severe and enduring mental illness last year.
 With 544 admissions to psychiatric hospital per 100,000 people a year,
Bournemouth’s rate was ‘substantially higher’ than other areas in the South-
West region.
 The incidence of schizophrenia in Bournemouth was nearly three times the
regional rate. Hospital admissions for depression and anxiety were
‘significantly higher.’
 Bournemouth’s suicide rate was much higher than the regional and national
average.
 The national census showed that 35% of all households in Bournemouth were
single person households.
 Boscombe and West Howe had the highest levels of people people with mental
illness in the area.
 Bournemouth has a higher rate of people claiming Incapacity Benefit due to
mental ill health than almost anywhere in the country.


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spooki says... I am presuming time and gravity had something to do with bits being on the ground. ------- Well done. Gravity has everything to do with anything falling to the ground. BOURNEMOUTH  Bournemouth has 3 times the national average of people with schizophrenia.  In 2006 the Mental Health grant given by the government to local authorities was cut by 12%, at a time of increasing need in the Bournemouth area.  Locally and nationally there is a loss of funding for the future e.g. lottery funding is now uncertain.  Bournemouth has the highest rate of mental illness in Dorset and Somerset.  A total of 1,315 patients were registered with Bournemouth GPs as having a severe and enduring mental illness last year.  With 544 admissions to psychiatric hospital per 100,000 people a year, Bournemouth’s rate was ‘substantially higher’ than other areas in the South- West region.  The incidence of schizophrenia in Bournemouth was nearly three times the regional rate. Hospital admissions for depression and anxiety were ‘significantly higher.’  Bournemouth’s suicide rate was much higher than the regional and national average.  The national census showed that 35% of all households in Bournemouth were single person households.  Boscombe and West Howe had the highest levels of people people with mental illness in the area.  Bournemouth has a higher rate of people claiming Incapacity Benefit due to mental ill health than almost anywhere in the country. http://www.cherrytre enursery.org.uk/down loads/Facts%20and%20 statistics%20about%2 0mental%20illness.pd f Sir Beachy Head
  • Score: 1

3:16pm Thu 3 Apr 14

fedupwithbadcyclists says...

Gingertree wrote:
What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?
rag and bone man?
[quote][p][bold]Gingertree[/bold] wrote: What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?[/p][/quote]rag and bone man? fedupwithbadcyclists
  • Score: -5

3:34pm Thu 3 Apr 14

JackJohnson says...

spooki wrote:
rozmister wrote:
glendower2909 wrote:
Gingertree wrote:
What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?
Probably someone whose garden backs on to the course who has been seen acting concerned about the police activity

Norniron.
Maybe they're concerned because the homes round here are worth a decent amount and a murder doesn't really suit that image? I live backing onto a different part of Meyrick Park and my neighbours are very middle class, any police activity would cause concern and interest because it's so out of the ordinary.
So you'd rather bones you find close by from a murder, suicide or whatever went undiscovered because you're worried it might reflect badly on the area???
Perception is everything.
[quote][p][bold]spooki[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]glendower2909[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gingertree[/bold] wrote: What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?[/p][/quote]Probably someone whose garden backs on to the course who has been seen acting concerned about the police activity Norniron.[/p][/quote]Maybe they're concerned because the homes round here are worth a decent amount and a murder doesn't really suit that image? I live backing onto a different part of Meyrick Park and my neighbours are very middle class, any police activity would cause concern and interest because it's so out of the ordinary.[/p][/quote]So you'd rather bones you find close by from a murder, suicide or whatever went undiscovered because you're worried it might reflect badly on the area???[/p][/quote]Perception is everything. JackJohnson
  • Score: -1

3:42pm Thu 3 Apr 14

rozmister says...

JackJohnson wrote:
spooki wrote:
rozmister wrote:
glendower2909 wrote:
Gingertree wrote:
What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?
Probably someone whose garden backs on to the course who has been seen acting concerned about the police activity

Norniron.
Maybe they're concerned because the homes round here are worth a decent amount and a murder doesn't really suit that image? I live backing onto a different part of Meyrick Park and my neighbours are very middle class, any police activity would cause concern and interest because it's so out of the ordinary.
So you'd rather bones you find close by from a murder, suicide or whatever went undiscovered because you're worried it might reflect badly on the area???
Perception is everything.
For the record I don't own a property in Meyrick Park, I rent and I couldn't care less how people perceive the area. I lived in Boscombe for years and loved the place despite the perception of the area but you don't have to be a rocket scientist to look at the types of properties around the park and the types of people to reside there and see why they would be concerned about a murder on their doorstep.
[quote][p][bold]JackJohnson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]spooki[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]glendower2909[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gingertree[/bold] wrote: What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?[/p][/quote]Probably someone whose garden backs on to the course who has been seen acting concerned about the police activity Norniron.[/p][/quote]Maybe they're concerned because the homes round here are worth a decent amount and a murder doesn't really suit that image? I live backing onto a different part of Meyrick Park and my neighbours are very middle class, any police activity would cause concern and interest because it's so out of the ordinary.[/p][/quote]So you'd rather bones you find close by from a murder, suicide or whatever went undiscovered because you're worried it might reflect badly on the area???[/p][/quote]Perception is everything.[/p][/quote]For the record I don't own a property in Meyrick Park, I rent and I couldn't care less how people perceive the area. I lived in Boscombe for years and loved the place despite the perception of the area but you don't have to be a rocket scientist to look at the types of properties around the park and the types of people to reside there and see why they would be concerned about a murder on their doorstep. rozmister
  • Score: 7

3:54pm Thu 3 Apr 14

JackJohnson says...

Mrswag11 wrote:
People are saying that is the locals fault we didn't recognise it? Sorry who looks up a 40ft tree summer or winter? Not many?! My house backs onto where they found the body, it's awful. I walk past the scene every day for school and work, freaks me out! It's not the locals fault it's who ever did it if it was a murders fault, it's a tragedy. It's such a nice place to live although we do have a lot of Crime.
Not just the locals, though I personally think that someone who doesn't look up from time to time and appreciate the world around them is missing out on an important part of life.

There is also the owner of the trees to consider. Given that the body has been in the tree for around two years, this would imply that whoever owns the woodland - and is responsible for its safety - has not inspected the trees for upwards of two years. Does this also mean that any diseased, cracked or falling branches or even trees that are at risk of falling etc have been ignored? An inspection at least once a year, if not two inspections a year, would not be unreasonable.
[quote][p][bold]Mrswag11[/bold] wrote: People are saying that is the locals fault we didn't recognise it? Sorry who looks up a 40ft tree summer or winter? Not many?! My house backs onto where they found the body, it's awful. I walk past the scene every day for school and work, freaks me out! It's not the locals fault it's who ever did it if it was a murders fault, it's a tragedy. It's such a nice place to live although we do have a lot of Crime.[/p][/quote]Not just the locals, though I personally think that someone who doesn't look up from time to time and appreciate the world around them is missing out on an important part of life. There is also the owner of the trees to consider. Given that the body has been in the tree for around two years, this would imply that whoever owns the woodland - and is responsible for its safety - has not inspected the trees for upwards of two years. Does this also mean that any diseased, cracked or falling branches or even trees that are at risk of falling etc have been ignored? An inspection at least once a year, if not two inspections a year, would not be unreasonable. JackJohnson
  • Score: -4

5:28pm Thu 3 Apr 14

MrPitiful says...

rozmister wrote:
spooki wrote:
rozmister wrote:
glendower2909 wrote:
Gingertree wrote:
What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?
Probably someone whose garden backs on to the course who has been seen acting concerned about the police activity

Norniron.
Maybe they're concerned because the homes round here are worth a decent amount and a murder doesn't really suit that image? I live backing onto a different part of Meyrick Park and my neighbours are very middle class, any police activity would cause concern and interest because it's so out of the ordinary.
So you'd rather bones you find close by from a murder, suicide or whatever went undiscovered because you're worried it might reflect badly on the area???
If there are bones from a murder, suicide or whatever I would much prefer them to be found so that the family who are waiting for their loved one to come home can have answers.

That doesn't change the fact that people will be concerned by police activity in their area, especially if they live in an area where that is out of the ordinary and doesn't suit their idea of their neighbourhood.

It transpires the person who took bones home had commented on here before and that was who was being described as a concerned person whose garden backed onto Meyrick Park, I never saw those comments so was unaware until someone else mentioned it.
Let's not forget - "their" idea of "their" neighbourhood is probably a lot different to everyone else's.

They see it as a leafy suburb with lovely house, close to town & the beaches, with their own golf course on the doorstep.

The rest of us see it as a pretentious little corner of town hidden away behind the town hall, famous on certain websites for its "alternative night-time pursuits" (woof woof!" and handy for the local uni students as a short cut and urinal on their way home from a night on the lash.

Oh yeah - and a good place to let your dog have a poop without having to pick it up behind you.
[quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]spooki[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]glendower2909[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gingertree[/bold] wrote: What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?[/p][/quote]Probably someone whose garden backs on to the course who has been seen acting concerned about the police activity Norniron.[/p][/quote]Maybe they're concerned because the homes round here are worth a decent amount and a murder doesn't really suit that image? I live backing onto a different part of Meyrick Park and my neighbours are very middle class, any police activity would cause concern and interest because it's so out of the ordinary.[/p][/quote]So you'd rather bones you find close by from a murder, suicide or whatever went undiscovered because you're worried it might reflect badly on the area???[/p][/quote]If there are bones from a murder, suicide or whatever I would much prefer them to be found so that the family who are waiting for their loved one to come home can have answers. That doesn't change the fact that people will be concerned by police activity in their area, especially if they live in an area where that is out of the ordinary and doesn't suit their idea of their neighbourhood. It transpires the person who took bones home had commented on here before and that was who was being described as a concerned person whose garden backed onto Meyrick Park, I never saw those comments so was unaware until someone else mentioned it.[/p][/quote]Let's not forget - "their" idea of "their" neighbourhood is probably a lot different to everyone else's. They see it as a leafy suburb with lovely house, close to town & the beaches, with their own golf course on the doorstep. The rest of us see it as a pretentious little corner of town hidden away behind the town hall, famous on certain websites for its "alternative night-time pursuits" (woof woof!" and handy for the local uni students as a short cut and urinal on their way home from a night on the lash. Oh yeah - and a good place to let your dog have a poop without having to pick it up behind you. MrPitiful
  • Score: 7

5:53pm Thu 3 Apr 14

JackJohnson says...

MrPitiful wrote:
rozmister wrote:
spooki wrote:
rozmister wrote:
glendower2909 wrote:
Gingertree wrote:
What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?
Probably someone whose garden backs on to the course who has been seen acting concerned about the police activity

Norniron.
Maybe they're concerned because the homes round here are worth a decent amount and a murder doesn't really suit that image? I live backing onto a different part of Meyrick Park and my neighbours are very middle class, any police activity would cause concern and interest because it's so out of the ordinary.
So you'd rather bones you find close by from a murder, suicide or whatever went undiscovered because you're worried it might reflect badly on the area???
If there are bones from a murder, suicide or whatever I would much prefer them to be found so that the family who are waiting for their loved one to come home can have answers.

That doesn't change the fact that people will be concerned by police activity in their area, especially if they live in an area where that is out of the ordinary and doesn't suit their idea of their neighbourhood.

It transpires the person who took bones home had commented on here before and that was who was being described as a concerned person whose garden backed onto Meyrick Park, I never saw those comments so was unaware until someone else mentioned it.
Let's not forget - "their" idea of "their" neighbourhood is probably a lot different to everyone else's.

They see it as a leafy suburb with lovely house, close to town & the beaches, with their own golf course on the doorstep.

The rest of us see it as a pretentious little corner of town hidden away behind the town hall, famous on certain websites for its "alternative night-time pursuits" (woof woof!" and handy for the local uni students as a short cut and urinal on their way home from a night on the lash.

Oh yeah - and a good place to let your dog have a poop without having to pick it up behind you.
Probably explains why the locals keep their eyes so firmly glued to the ground. Everyone hates treading in dog-***t.
[quote][p][bold]MrPitiful[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]spooki[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]glendower2909[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gingertree[/bold] wrote: What sort of nutter finds bones and then takes them home!?[/p][/quote]Probably someone whose garden backs on to the course who has been seen acting concerned about the police activity Norniron.[/p][/quote]Maybe they're concerned because the homes round here are worth a decent amount and a murder doesn't really suit that image? I live backing onto a different part of Meyrick Park and my neighbours are very middle class, any police activity would cause concern and interest because it's so out of the ordinary.[/p][/quote]So you'd rather bones you find close by from a murder, suicide or whatever went undiscovered because you're worried it might reflect badly on the area???[/p][/quote]If there are bones from a murder, suicide or whatever I would much prefer them to be found so that the family who are waiting for their loved one to come home can have answers. That doesn't change the fact that people will be concerned by police activity in their area, especially if they live in an area where that is out of the ordinary and doesn't suit their idea of their neighbourhood. It transpires the person who took bones home had commented on here before and that was who was being described as a concerned person whose garden backed onto Meyrick Park, I never saw those comments so was unaware until someone else mentioned it.[/p][/quote]Let's not forget - "their" idea of "their" neighbourhood is probably a lot different to everyone else's. They see it as a leafy suburb with lovely house, close to town & the beaches, with their own golf course on the doorstep. The rest of us see it as a pretentious little corner of town hidden away behind the town hall, famous on certain websites for its "alternative night-time pursuits" (woof woof!" and handy for the local uni students as a short cut and urinal on their way home from a night on the lash. Oh yeah - and a good place to let your dog have a poop without having to pick it up behind you.[/p][/quote]Probably explains why the locals keep their eyes so firmly glued to the ground. Everyone hates treading in dog-***t. JackJohnson
  • Score: 5

7:23pm Thu 3 Apr 14

glendower2909 says...

JackJohnson wrote:
Mrswag11 wrote:
People are saying that is the locals fault we didn't recognise it? Sorry who looks up a 40ft tree summer or winter? Not many?! My house backs onto where they found the body, it's awful. I walk past the scene every day for school and work, freaks me out! It's not the locals fault it's who ever did it if it was a murders fault, it's a tragedy. It's such a nice place to live although we do have a lot of Crime.
Not just the locals, though I personally think that someone who doesn't look up from time to time and appreciate the world around them is missing out on an important part of life.

There is also the owner of the trees to consider. Given that the body has been in the tree for around two years, this would imply that whoever owns the woodland - and is responsible for its safety - has not inspected the trees for upwards of two years. Does this also mean that any diseased, cracked or falling branches or even trees that are at risk of falling etc have been ignored? An inspection at least once a year, if not two inspections a year, would not be unreasonable.
Behave. You sound like the sort of jobs worth who would sue the council at my expense if you tripped over a misplaced grain of sand on the promenade. You have obviously never been to the site. Do you really expect the council to trawl through dense scrub and woodland to make sure there is nothing out if place. Madness. If you went out for a walk In the New Forest and had a branch fall on you are you saying that you would claim against the Parks authority. We are talking about an unfortunate person who possibly killed themselves in the middle of a discrete wooded area as opposed to somewhere obvious such as single tree in the town centre.
[quote][p][bold]JackJohnson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mrswag11[/bold] wrote: People are saying that is the locals fault we didn't recognise it? Sorry who looks up a 40ft tree summer or winter? Not many?! My house backs onto where they found the body, it's awful. I walk past the scene every day for school and work, freaks me out! It's not the locals fault it's who ever did it if it was a murders fault, it's a tragedy. It's such a nice place to live although we do have a lot of Crime.[/p][/quote]Not just the locals, though I personally think that someone who doesn't look up from time to time and appreciate the world around them is missing out on an important part of life. There is also the owner of the trees to consider. Given that the body has been in the tree for around two years, this would imply that whoever owns the woodland - and is responsible for its safety - has not inspected the trees for upwards of two years. Does this also mean that any diseased, cracked or falling branches or even trees that are at risk of falling etc have been ignored? An inspection at least once a year, if not two inspections a year, would not be unreasonable.[/p][/quote]Behave. You sound like the sort of jobs worth who would sue the council at my expense if you tripped over a misplaced grain of sand on the promenade. You have obviously never been to the site. Do you really expect the council to trawl through dense scrub and woodland to make sure there is nothing out if place. Madness. If you went out for a walk In the New Forest and had a branch fall on you are you saying that you would claim against the Parks authority. We are talking about an unfortunate person who possibly killed themselves in the middle of a discrete wooded area as opposed to somewhere obvious such as single tree in the town centre. glendower2909
  • Score: 4

7:28pm Thu 3 Apr 14

glendower2909 says...

Sir Beachy Head wrote:
spooki says...
I am presuming time and gravity had something to do with bits being on the ground.

-------

Well done. Gravity has everything to do with anything falling to the ground.


BOURNEMOUTH
 Bournemouth has 3 times the national average of people with schizophrenia.
 In 2006 the Mental Health grant given by the government to local authorities
was cut by 12%, at a time of increasing need in the Bournemouth area.
 Locally and nationally there is a loss of funding for the future e.g. lottery
funding is now uncertain.
 Bournemouth has the highest rate of mental illness in Dorset and Somerset.
 A total of 1,315 patients were registered with Bournemouth GPs as having a
severe and enduring mental illness last year.
 With 544 admissions to psychiatric hospital per 100,000 people a year,
Bournemouth’s rate was ‘substantially higher’ than other areas in the South-
West region.
 The incidence of schizophrenia in Bournemouth was nearly three times the
regional rate. Hospital admissions for depression and anxiety were
‘significantly higher.’
 Bournemouth’s suicide rate was much higher than the regional and national
average.
 The national census showed that 35% of all households in Bournemouth were
single person households.
 Boscombe and West Howe had the highest levels of people people with mental
illness in the area.
 Bournemouth has a higher rate of people claiming Incapacity Benefit due to
mental ill health than almost anywhere in the country.


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But at least we are all being faithfull to our partners if you believe yesterday's echo headlines.
[quote][p][bold]Sir Beachy Head[/bold] wrote: spooki says... I am presuming time and gravity had something to do with bits being on the ground. ------- Well done. Gravity has everything to do with anything falling to the ground. BOURNEMOUTH  Bournemouth has 3 times the national average of people with schizophrenia.  In 2006 the Mental Health grant given by the government to local authorities was cut by 12%, at a time of increasing need in the Bournemouth area.  Locally and nationally there is a loss of funding for the future e.g. lottery funding is now uncertain.  Bournemouth has the highest rate of mental illness in Dorset and Somerset.  A total of 1,315 patients were registered with Bournemouth GPs as having a severe and enduring mental illness last year.  With 544 admissions to psychiatric hospital per 100,000 people a year, Bournemouth’s rate was ‘substantially higher’ than other areas in the South- West region.  The incidence of schizophrenia in Bournemouth was nearly three times the regional rate. Hospital admissions for depression and anxiety were ‘significantly higher.’  Bournemouth’s suicide rate was much higher than the regional and national average.  The national census showed that 35% of all households in Bournemouth were single person households.  Boscombe and West Howe had the highest levels of people people with mental illness in the area.  Bournemouth has a higher rate of people claiming Incapacity Benefit due to mental ill health than almost anywhere in the country. http://www.cherrytre enursery.org.uk/down loads/Facts%20and%20 statistics%20about%2 0mental%20illness.pd f[/p][/quote]But at least we are all being faithfull to our partners if you believe yesterday's echo headlines. glendower2909
  • Score: -1

7:40pm Thu 3 Apr 14

JackJohnson says...

We are also discussing the neglect of the area that resulted in the corpse remaining undiscovered for 2 years approx.

The Forestry Commission recommends that trees are inspected at least once a year and after any periods of weather poor enough to cause damage to trees. More if any trees are in leisure areas or where other property (houses?) in their fall radius could be significantly damaged.

You might choose to be complacent and you might not care if someone responsible for your health and safety when you're on their premises chooses to be complacent - that's up to you. I don't really care - but I choose not to be. Just don't trip over any badly laid paving slabs, damage your wheels in any unrepaired potholes, complain if a wall falls on top of your kid and kills them.

People who allow others onto their property have a duty of care they neglect at their peril.
We are also discussing the neglect of the area that resulted in the corpse remaining undiscovered for 2 years approx. The Forestry Commission recommends that trees are inspected at least once a year and after any periods of weather poor enough to cause damage to trees. More if any trees are in leisure areas or where other property (houses?) in their fall radius could be significantly damaged. You might choose to be complacent and you might not care if someone responsible for your health and safety when you're on their premises chooses to be complacent - that's up to you. I don't really care - but I choose not to be. Just don't trip over any badly laid paving slabs, damage your wheels in any unrepaired potholes, complain if a wall falls on top of your kid and kills them. People who allow others onto their property have a duty of care they neglect at their peril. JackJohnson
  • Score: -7

7:57pm Thu 3 Apr 14

glendower2909 says...

JackJohnson wrote:
We are also discussing the neglect of the area that resulted in the corpse remaining undiscovered for 2 years approx.

The Forestry Commission recommends that trees are inspected at least once a year and after any periods of weather poor enough to cause damage to trees. More if any trees are in leisure areas or where other property (houses?) in their fall radius could be significantly damaged.

You might choose to be complacent and you might not care if someone responsible for your health and safety when you're on their premises chooses to be complacent - that's up to you. I don't really care - but I choose not to be. Just don't trip over any badly laid paving slabs, damage your wheels in any unrepaired potholes, complain if a wall falls on top of your kid and kills them.

People who allow others onto their property have a duty of care they neglect at their peril.
Sorry you are wrong.

Big difference between a pothole in a road or a paving slab in the pedestrian high street and a wooded copse or the forest etc. if I die or as you put it one of my kids does as a result of a branch falling on us whilst out on a walk in the woods then That is our bad luck. Not the councils or anyone else.

As I said if it is the result of a singular tree in the middle of town then yes there is a duty of care but not in the woods. Is it the councils fault if you trip over a root or fall down a fox / badgers hole dug last night. Me finks not.

I am sick to death of ambulance chasing lawyers and yes dare I say it the fools from H&S. We all need to take responsibility for our own actions and stop looking for a scape goat to blame.

Fact of life accidents happen. Especially in dark wooded areas where due to the circle of life the odd tree may fall down.
[quote][p][bold]JackJohnson[/bold] wrote: We are also discussing the neglect of the area that resulted in the corpse remaining undiscovered for 2 years approx. The Forestry Commission recommends that trees are inspected at least once a year and after any periods of weather poor enough to cause damage to trees. More if any trees are in leisure areas or where other property (houses?) in their fall radius could be significantly damaged. You might choose to be complacent and you might not care if someone responsible for your health and safety when you're on their premises chooses to be complacent - that's up to you. I don't really care - but I choose not to be. Just don't trip over any badly laid paving slabs, damage your wheels in any unrepaired potholes, complain if a wall falls on top of your kid and kills them. People who allow others onto their property have a duty of care they neglect at their peril.[/p][/quote]Sorry you are wrong. Big difference between a pothole in a road or a paving slab in the pedestrian high street and a wooded copse or the forest etc. if I die or as you put it one of my kids does as a result of a branch falling on us whilst out on a walk in the woods then That is our bad luck. Not the councils or anyone else. As I said if it is the result of a singular tree in the middle of town then yes there is a duty of care but not in the woods. Is it the councils fault if you trip over a root or fall down a fox / badgers hole dug last night. Me finks not. I am sick to death of ambulance chasing lawyers and yes dare I say it the fools from H&S. We all need to take responsibility for our own actions and stop looking for a scape goat to blame. Fact of life accidents happen. Especially in dark wooded areas where due to the circle of life the odd tree may fall down. glendower2909
  • Score: 4

8:03pm Thu 3 Apr 14

JackJohnson says...

glendower2909 wrote:
JackJohnson wrote:
We are also discussing the neglect of the area that resulted in the corpse remaining undiscovered for 2 years approx.

The Forestry Commission recommends that trees are inspected at least once a year and after any periods of weather poor enough to cause damage to trees. More if any trees are in leisure areas or where other property (houses?) in their fall radius could be significantly damaged.

You might choose to be complacent and you might not care if someone responsible for your health and safety when you're on their premises chooses to be complacent - that's up to you. I don't really care - but I choose not to be. Just don't trip over any badly laid paving slabs, damage your wheels in any unrepaired potholes, complain if a wall falls on top of your kid and kills them.

People who allow others onto their property have a duty of care they neglect at their peril.
Sorry you are wrong.

Big difference between a pothole in a road or a paving slab in the pedestrian high street and a wooded copse or the forest etc. if I die or as you put it one of my kids does as a result of a branch falling on us whilst out on a walk in the woods then That is our bad luck. Not the councils or anyone else.

As I said if it is the result of a singular tree in the middle of town then yes there is a duty of care but not in the woods. Is it the councils fault if you trip over a root or fall down a fox / badgers hole dug last night. Me finks not.

I am sick to death of ambulance chasing lawyers and yes dare I say it the fools from H&S. We all need to take responsibility for our own actions and stop looking for a scape goat to blame.

Fact of life accidents happen. Especially in dark wooded areas where due to the circle of life the odd tree may fall down.
You''re an idiot.

If you got hit by a falling branch, or your house got damaged by a neighbour's falling tree you would be looking for compensation just as anyone else would.

If you went to our own insurers they would be looking to recover their costs from the owner of the tree.
[quote][p][bold]glendower2909[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JackJohnson[/bold] wrote: We are also discussing the neglect of the area that resulted in the corpse remaining undiscovered for 2 years approx. The Forestry Commission recommends that trees are inspected at least once a year and after any periods of weather poor enough to cause damage to trees. More if any trees are in leisure areas or where other property (houses?) in their fall radius could be significantly damaged. You might choose to be complacent and you might not care if someone responsible for your health and safety when you're on their premises chooses to be complacent - that's up to you. I don't really care - but I choose not to be. Just don't trip over any badly laid paving slabs, damage your wheels in any unrepaired potholes, complain if a wall falls on top of your kid and kills them. People who allow others onto their property have a duty of care they neglect at their peril.[/p][/quote]Sorry you are wrong. Big difference between a pothole in a road or a paving slab in the pedestrian high street and a wooded copse or the forest etc. if I die or as you put it one of my kids does as a result of a branch falling on us whilst out on a walk in the woods then That is our bad luck. Not the councils or anyone else. As I said if it is the result of a singular tree in the middle of town then yes there is a duty of care but not in the woods. Is it the councils fault if you trip over a root or fall down a fox / badgers hole dug last night. Me finks not. I am sick to death of ambulance chasing lawyers and yes dare I say it the fools from H&S. We all need to take responsibility for our own actions and stop looking for a scape goat to blame. Fact of life accidents happen. Especially in dark wooded areas where due to the circle of life the odd tree may fall down.[/p][/quote]You''re an idiot. If you got hit by a falling branch, or your house got damaged by a neighbour's falling tree you would be looking for compensation just as anyone else would. If you went to our own insurers they would be looking to recover their costs from the owner of the tree. JackJohnson
  • Score: -10

8:11pm Thu 3 Apr 14

glendower2909 says...

Hey if you can't have a debate without getting personal then keep your thoughts to your self. You will note that in my reply I started it with a respectful "sorry" you are wrong.

Again I would respectfully assert that there is a world of difference between something falling of neighbours house or tree than an accident happening in the middle of a wooded area off the beaten track.

I have obviously stressed you out with my thoughts so I just hope that you don't have any cardiac issues this evening as no doubt I will be held to account.

Xx
Hey if you can't have a debate without getting personal then keep your thoughts to your self. You will note that in my reply I started it with a respectful "sorry" you are wrong. Again I would respectfully assert that there is a world of difference between something falling of neighbours house or tree than an accident happening in the middle of a wooded area off the beaten track. I have obviously stressed you out with my thoughts so I just hope that you don't have any cardiac issues this evening as no doubt I will be held to account. Xx glendower2909
  • Score: 5

9:44pm Thu 3 Apr 14

GAHmusic says...

I just think it's very sad and I feel sorry for the poor mans family I hope this is the beginning of the end for all concerned and may he rest in peace now.
I just think it's very sad and I feel sorry for the poor mans family I hope this is the beginning of the end for all concerned and may he rest in peace now. GAHmusic
  • Score: 6

10:17pm Thu 3 Apr 14

bigredsmurf says...

Mindvor wrote:
Where's Jesse Ventura when you need him!?

Confusing article in a sense though:
"He told officers he had found them previously, in the same woods - and handed them over to police."
..yet
"said he had found the objects in the woods and had taken them home."
I assume this means he's had them until now..and now decided its probably better to hand them over?

"he was now not sure that he had done the right thing"...no s#*t sherlock :)
Perhaps he was making a stock?
[quote][p][bold]Mindvor[/bold] wrote: Where's Jesse Ventura when you need him!? Confusing article in a sense though: "He told officers he had found them previously, in the same woods - and handed them over to police." ..yet "said he had found the objects in the woods and had taken them home." I assume this means he's had them until now..and now decided its probably better to hand them over? "he was now not sure that he had done the right thing"...no s#*t sherlock :)[/p][/quote]Perhaps he was making a stock? bigredsmurf
  • Score: 0

11:54pm Thu 3 Apr 14

AdamSFC says...

Morrigan wrote:
How do they know it has been up there for two years, if they don't even know who it is?

Perhaps that is how long since the mystery man found the other bones? When he claimed he found them "months ago", I never took it to mean 24 months!!!
The can make an estimate from the rate of decomposition.
[quote][p][bold]Morrigan[/bold] wrote: How do they know it has been up there for two years, if they don't even know who it is? Perhaps that is how long since the mystery man found the other bones? When he claimed he found them "months ago", I never took it to mean 24 months!!![/p][/quote]The can make an estimate from the rate of decomposition. AdamSFC
  • Score: 0

12:45pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Mike R-B says...

I can see you're all in "a stew" with this one.
I can see you're all in "a stew" with this one. Mike R-B
  • Score: -1

2:20pm Sat 5 Apr 14

JackJohnson says...

glendower2909 wrote:
Hey if you can't have a debate without getting personal then keep your thoughts to your self. You will note that in my reply I started it with a respectful "sorry" you are wrong.

Again I would respectfully assert that there is a world of difference between something falling of neighbours house or tree than an accident happening in the middle of a wooded area off the beaten track.

I have obviously stressed you out with my thoughts so I just hope that you don't have any cardiac issues this evening as no doubt I will be held to account.

Xx
Sorry, but you're an idiot.

Better?
[quote][p][bold]glendower2909[/bold] wrote: Hey if you can't have a debate without getting personal then keep your thoughts to your self. You will note that in my reply I started it with a respectful "sorry" you are wrong. Again I would respectfully assert that there is a world of difference between something falling of neighbours house or tree than an accident happening in the middle of a wooded area off the beaten track. I have obviously stressed you out with my thoughts so I just hope that you don't have any cardiac issues this evening as no doubt I will be held to account. Xx[/p][/quote]Sorry, but you're an idiot. Better? JackJohnson
  • Score: -1

10:18am Sun 6 Apr 14

glendower2909 says...

JackJohnson wrote:
glendower2909 wrote:
Hey if you can't have a debate without getting personal then keep your thoughts to your self. You will note that in my reply I started it with a respectful "sorry" you are wrong.

Again I would respectfully assert that there is a world of difference between something falling of neighbours house or tree than an accident happening in the middle of a wooded area off the beaten track.

I have obviously stressed you out with my thoughts so I just hope that you don't have any cardiac issues this evening as no doubt I will be held to account.

Xx
Sorry, but you're an idiot.

Better?
Lol. As long as it has made you feel better about your self that's fine with me

Happy Sunday xxx
[quote][p][bold]JackJohnson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]glendower2909[/bold] wrote: Hey if you can't have a debate without getting personal then keep your thoughts to your self. You will note that in my reply I started it with a respectful "sorry" you are wrong. Again I would respectfully assert that there is a world of difference between something falling of neighbours house or tree than an accident happening in the middle of a wooded area off the beaten track. I have obviously stressed you out with my thoughts so I just hope that you don't have any cardiac issues this evening as no doubt I will be held to account. Xx[/p][/quote]Sorry, but you're an idiot. Better?[/p][/quote]Lol. As long as it has made you feel better about your self that's fine with me Happy Sunday xxx glendower2909
  • Score: 2

3:22pm Tue 8 Apr 14

Dorset Logic says...

RIP fella, hope this page isn't your only epitaph.
RIP fella, hope this page isn't your only epitaph. Dorset Logic
  • Score: 0

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