Mysterious Debris Continues to Wash Ashore in Phuket

Kata, Mueang Phuket –

More mysterious debris has been found on a beach in Phuket.

Our previous stories:

Mysterious debris was found on Karon Beach and an investigation is underway to identify what exactly it is.

More mysterious debris has been found on a beach in Phang Nga.

Now for the update:

Even more mysterious debris was reportedly found on Kata Noi Beach in Mueang Phuket over the past weekend.

It is not clear if the objects found here and in Phang Nga are related. Relevant officials have still not been able to firmly identify where or what the debris is from all three recent findings as of press time.

The large unidentified objects have driven intense speculation and discussion amongst TPN Media readers on our various discussion platforms about possibilities for what the objects may be. There have been suggestions, some quite plain and some extraordinary.

As stated, however, Thai authorities have still been unable to identify any of the recent objects although they continue to study them and consult with experts in various fields.

Strange debris washing ashore during the Monsoon season in Thailand is fairly common, notes TPN Media, but not to this size and type.

This article originally appeared on our sister website The Phuket Express.

Adam Judd
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