Police in Thailand will finally question the Lady of the Hills husband after he insisted, “I didn’t kill my wife.”


Four years after telling The Sun, “I didn’t kill my wife,” police are questioning the husband of a Thai woman who was killed.

David Armitage, a 59-year-old British university lecturer, will be questioned by detectives in Thailand.


Lamduan was dubbed the Lady of the Hills and buried in an anonymous grave before her identity was confirmed in 2019 in a cold case review


In 2004, the partially dressed remains of wife Lamduan were discovered in a stream in the Yorkshire Dales.

Before her identity was revealed in 2019 during a cold case review, she was known as the Lady of the Hills and interred in an unmarked grave.

In 1991, the couple got married in Bangkok before relocating to the UK to live in Rugby, Warwickshire, and then Portsmouth.

Lamduan disappeared in 2004, and her body was discovered face down in a stream that same month wearing only socks and jeans.

While a T-shirt was located close by, her shoes were never located.

In 2004, David and their two kids left for Thailand.

But after a whispering campaign in Thai media, he admitted to not having killed his wife in 2019 to The Sun. Definitely not.

Covid and bureaucracy had caused a delay in the trip to Thailand.

North Yorkshire Police’s Adam Harland stated, “We’re still determined to find answers for Lamduan’s family.


Micheal Kurt

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