Missing Buriram woman found after mysterious journey

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After an agonising three-month disappearance, a 22 year old woman from Buriram province was found and reunited with her overjoyed family. The woman, who had been missing since the Loy Krathong festival in November last year, was discovered near a hospital in the Pakham district. Her return was facilitated by a network of community leaders and law enforcement officials.

The woman, identified only by her first name, Jintana, had embarked on a mysterious journey following whispers in her ear compelling her to go to Sa Kaeo province. The journey began on March 5 and led her across various provinces on her motorbike until it broke down. Subsequently, she borrowed a bicycle and continued her journey home.

Jintana, who has struggled with depression for almost a year, described hearing voices that directed her to leave home. She survived by relying on the kindness of strangers for food and shelter, sleeping in pavilions and temples along the way. The recollection of her seven-year-old child and concerned family eventually spurred her desire to return home.

Upon her arrival, Jintana’s family welcomed her back with open arms. Her 46 year old mother, Saengrawee, expressed immense relief and joy at her daughter’s safe return. She recounted the distressing period during which Jintana was missing, revealing that this was not the first time her daughter had disappeared due to her mental health condition.

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Saengrawee had gone to great lengths in search of her daughter, including reporting her disappearance to the police and consulting fortune-tellers, who assured her that Jintana would return home safely on her own. Now that she is back, Saengrawee plans to seek medical treatment for Jintana and ensure she is closely watched to prevent another disappearance, reported KhaoSod.

In related news, a heartwarming reunion between a mother and daughter in northeastern Thailand separated for 32 years, brought tears of joy. Social media played a pivotal role in their long-awaited reunion.

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