Did aggressive music foreshadow the Thai heiress's tragic fate?

luxurious Hyde Park when 27-year-old Angela was discovered brutally killed in her lavish £4 million (roughly 184 million baht

May 10, 2024 - 05:50
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Did aggressive music foreshadow the Thai heiress's tragic fate?

Did aggressive music foreshadow the Thai heiress's tragic fate? 

A new discovery has been uncovered in the murder of Thai heiress Kamonnan Thiamphanit, also known as Angela, as chilling echoes of violent music resonate through the sumptuous corridors of her Hyde Park mansion.

 On April 8, tragedy struck in London's luxurious Hyde Park when 27-year-old Angela was discovered brutally killed in her lavish £4 million (roughly 184 million baht) property. The peaceful calm of her elegant home was disrupted by piercing cries that alerted neighbours to the bleak reality lying behind locked doors.

The unsettling revelation of Angela’s fate began to unfold as her family unearthed a sinister twist in her digital footprint. In the hours preceding and following her disappearance, her YouTube account became a conduit for violent music videos, a stark departure from her usual playlist.

Angela’s boyfriend, Chris Zeng, stumbled upon this unsettling discovery, noting a disturbing playlist echoing themes of knife and gun violence blaring from her iPad. A harrowing five-hour soundtrack to tragedy, seemingly setting the stage for the grim events that would follow

Angela’s Google Maps journey traced her path from a friend’s flat to her ominous fate at the Bayswater property. Friends, present at a fateful board game soirée, recounted Angela’s abrupt departure, veiled in the cloak of an undisclosed emergency.

As the investigation deepened, suspicions turned towards a figure who lurked within the shadows of Airbnb’s digital realm. An offer of a tempting sum and the promise of a lavish stay precipitated Angela’s descent into a sinister trap, reported Daily Mail UK.

A stranger, shrouded in wealth and mystery, orchestrated a deadly rendezvous that would claim Angela’s life.

UPDATE: Suspect identified in Thai woman’s London murder, killer on the run

Local police announced they have successfully identified the suspect in the murder of a 27 year old Thai woman in London but added that the killer may have fled abroad.

The dead body of 27 year old Thai woman Kamonnan “Angela” Thiamphanit was found at her luxury mansion on Stanhope Place, on Bayswater Road, near Hyde Park on April 8. She reportedly bore multiple stab wounds all over her body.

report revealed sharp force trauma as the cause of death.

Before Kamonnan’s body was found, neighbours reported hearing two high-pitched screams, followed by an eerie silence. Given the lack of forced entry and the presence of a video entry system at the front door, it is speculated that Kamonnan might have been acquainted with her attacker.

The Metropolitan Police has referred the case to the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) due to the criticism received for their handling of the investigation.

Detective Chief Inspector Adam Clifton made a public appeal for information.

“I would appeal to anyone who has information that could assist us, no matter how insignificant you think that may be, to come forward and speak to us. Kamonnan’s family and friends have been devastated by this murder and we must ensure whoever is responsible is held to account.”

Neighbours revealed that Kamonnan lived in the £4-million (182 million baht) property situated in the posh neighbourhood of the City of Westminster, just a stone’s throw away from Hyde Park. The property, which served as the Ethiopian Embassy until four years ago, has since been converted into several Airbnb units. Kamonnan’s specific rental spaces within the property remain unknown.

The three-storey, five-bedroom terraced home originating from the 1820s is rented, according to a local hotel owner, who was oblivious to the identity of the tenant, reported Bangkok Post.

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