Beach woman mystery: 53yo found alive on coast 18 months after being dragged into ocean
A missing woman, who was presumed drowned for the last 18 months, has turned up alive on an Indonesian beach wearing exactly the same clothes from the day she disappeared.
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Mystery surrounds the reappearance of 53-year-old Nining Sunarsih, who was pulled into the sea by a massive wave while on Citepus beach, Sukabumi last January.
Sunarsih was discovered by her aunt around midnight last Saturday on the same 500-meter stretch of coast from where she vanished, according to local news site Tribun News. It’s unclear what happened to her in the intervening months.
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Strangely, in the days after her sudden disappearance, a body was found in the area and thought to be that of Sunarsih. However, a subsequent DNA test found that the remains belonged to a different person.
Her shock reappearance comes after her uncle claimed he had several vivid dreams that Sunarsih would be found alive, reported Kompas news.
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Sunarsih was reportedly holidaying with her sister and grandson when tragedy struck in 2017. Following her mysterious re-emergence, the woman was taken to a hospital and she is now recovering. Residents of Sukabumi are said to be stunned by her miraculous return.
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