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Kerala Couple Trio’s Tragic End in Arunachal’s Ziro Hotel

“Did black magic take their life? Why did the Kerala couple quit their 13 years of Ayurvedic practice and started online trading? Why did their friend go with them to Arunachal without informing her parents?’ Stay with us while we uncover the ‘Kerala couple hotel room’ mystery.

A grim tale unfolded on Tuesday when the Kerala couple and their friend became victims of unknown forces. Three people from Kerala—a married couple and a fellow educator—were discovered dead in the hotel room of Ziro town in Arunachal Pradesh. As per reports from the initial inquiries, there is a major hint of sinister forces at play. 

Kerala Couple Death Mystery: What Actually Happened?

The deceased have been identified as Naveen Thomas, age 35 years, and his spouse, Devi B, who was 35 years old. Both had been practitioners of Ayurveda from Kottayam district for the last 13 years. Alongside, Arya B Nair (29), an educator hailing from Thiruvananthapuram, was also found dead. She became friends with Devi B when the latter served as a German teacher in Thiruvananthapuram, for a short period. 

According to the hotel reports, the trio checked into the hotel on March 28. The hotel staff noticed their unusual absence from 1 April and tried to contact them. They first called on the room’s telephone which went unanswered. On 2 April, they knocked on the room’s door, which was again, answered by none. Then, the hotel staff had to break open the locked door and the scene was terrifying and spine-chilling!!! 

All three bodies were found in different spots. Arya B Nair’s body was lying on the bed, Devi B’s body bore deep neck and wrist wounds and Naveen Thomas was found dead in the bathroom, with a slit wrist. 

The police report says, the injuries were self-inflicted wrist and the trio seemed well-aware of their doings. The authorities also discovered a note from the hotel room on which a phone number labeled as ‘Contact’ was written. Upon dialing the number, the police could reach the families and inform them of the tragic happenings. 

Arya’s family had lodged a missing complaint in the Thiruvananthapuram police station, which sped up the police’s search. Upon further investigation, the police found that the three of them had taken a flight from Kerala to Guwahati to reach the hotel.

Kerala Couple Involved in Black Magic: Family Reveals

Devi’s father, Mr Balan, is a photographer. Saddened and shocked, he told the police that all three of the deceased were well-educated. But, they indeed had developed an interest in black magic. It’s very sad that well-settled and educated people like them believe in black magic and its evil powers. 

Mr Balan also told the police that Naveen was not a very friendly man. He didn’t like to interact much, even when his parents lived with him. Devi had been a school teacher for a while in Thiruvananthapuram, but no one knew what tragic happenings waited to curse the family!!! 

Final Words

If you’re struggling with anything, please talk. To whoever you want, but please talk it out. Do not anything consume you on the inside. Human life is precious. Do not exchange it with greed or fallacy of any kind. Take care!

Jyoti Sehrawat
Jyoti Sehrawat
Jyoti Sehrawat is a passionate writer and an English language educator who has been writing professionally for over 14 years. Her journey as a writer began as a personal endeavor, a way to express her thoughts, feelings, and imagination. Over the years, it evolved into a lifelong pursuit, a calling that she’s truly passionate about. When she’s not writing, she loves to paint, explore new DIYs and bake French-vanilla muffins!



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