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Major mystery as TV doctor goes missing on small Greek island


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A bit odd how he didn't take his phone with him.
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I hope he's found alive, his take on health is inspiring.

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I’m gonna go with Aliens on this one.  I mean, where’s the evidence to the contrary?

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Temperatures are reaching highs of 52 C (the search dog was able to work just one hour today due to the heat). Video evidence shows that Mosley made it to the village where he could have asked for assistance if he needed it, so it's really odd that no one has seen any sign of him after that.

https://www.theguardian.com/media/article/2024/jun/08/michael-mosley-search-will-not-stop-until-he-is-found-says-symi-mayor-greece

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Definitely an odd one this …..hope they find him but it’s not looking good ….maybe a medical incident causing him to go into the water….still you would think his body would be found ….

 

 

 

 

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Apparently CCTV shows him heading up a steep rocky path leading out of the town. A body has been found in the search so unfortunately it seems he didn't make it very far.
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The outcome, unfortunately, was not the one we had hoped it would be.

Michael Mosley Found Dead on Greek Island of Symi

The body of British presenter Michael Mosley was found on the Greek island of Symi, rescue workers confirmed on Saturday.

His body was discovered in a rocky area of Agia Marina, north of the town of Pedi where he was last seen in a CCTV video. His body was spotted by Eleftherios Papakaloudoukas, the mayor of Symi, and a group of journalists who were combing the area of Agia Marina on a boat.

The British presenter appears to have taken a dangerous path through the mountain with several rocks to get down to the beach of Agia Marina and likely either got dizzy or passed out due to the intense heat or slipped and fell next to the fence causing him to lose his life.

https://greekreporter.com/2024/06/09/michael-mosley-found-dead-greece-symi/

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Very sad indeed. 

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Dr Clare Bailey said she and the couple’s four children took comfort in the fact that he “had almost made it”, after his body was found close to a coastal resort on Sunday.

“We’re taking comfort in the fact that he so very nearly made it. He did an incredible climb, took the wrong route and collapsed where he couldn’t be easily seen by the extensive search team.”

https://www.theguardian.com/media/article/2024/jun/09/body-of-man-believed-to-be-tv-doctor-michael-mosley-found-on-greek-island-authorities-say

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Very foolhardy to attempt that walk in high temperatures without any equipment. A sad ending but preventable. 

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20 hours ago, sanchez710 said:

Very foolhardy to attempt that walk in high temperatures without any equipment. A sad ending but preventable. 

You might think a doctor would know better. Very sad outcome for him and the family. 

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The body of an American tourist has reportedly been found on the Greek island of Mathraki, adding to the list of foreigners missing or dead during a record-setting heatwave.

A Dutchman was also found dead on Samos over the weekend, following the recent death of British TV presenter Dr Michael Mosley on the island of Symi.

Another American, Albert Calibet, is among at least three others reported missing.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/articles/cl550xgnpl3o

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