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Anyone been keeping up with these stories? They've been all over the news for the past week or so. In reading up on the attack and deaths, some things are just not adding up....

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A woman who was brutally beaten and left for dead while on vacation at a luxury Caribbean resort is speaking out months after the attack to stop others from going through a similar ordeal.


Lawrence-Daley wrote that she was vacationing with her husband and their best friends, Diane and James, in January when the incident took place. During the second day of their trip, the group of four had gone to see one of the hotel's theatre shows, which was centered on 80s music.
Woman recounts brutal attack at all-inclusive resort in Dominican Republic

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A Pennsylvania woman died inside her Dominican Republic hotel room just days before a Maryland couple was found dead at another hotel at the same resort, U.S. officials confirmed.

On May 25, Miranda Schaup-Werner, a 41-year-old psychotherapist from Lehigh County, arrived at the Luxury Bahia Principe Bouganville with her husband to celebrate their ninth wedding anniversary.

While inside their room, Schaup-Werner had a drink from the mini-bar when she was suddenly struck with "acute physical distress," a family spokesperson said. She then collapsed to the floor.
Lehigh County Woman and Maryland Couple Die at Same Dominican Republic Resort Days Apart

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Dominican police are investigating the deaths of an American couple found in a hotel room in a resort area in the eastern Dominican Republic, where they were vacationing.

The Regional Institute of Forensic Sciences said in an initial report that Edward Nathaniel Holmes, 63, and Cynthia Ann Day, 49, of Maryland, appeared to have suffered respiratory failure and fluid in the lungs. But it said further tests would be required to determine more about the cause of death.

The couple arrived at the Bahía Príncipe hotel in La Romana on May 25 and planned to leave May 30, the day they were found after they failed to check out, officials said. Police said several bottles of medicines to treat high blood pressure were found on the scene.

Maryland couple found dead in Dominican Republic, police investigating

 
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