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Holidaymakers left terrified after hotel worker carrying RIFLE sparks fears of ISIS attack at Fuerteventura resort

Tourists at a Canary Islands resort were left terrified after a hotel worker was spotted walking around carrying a RIFLE – sparking fears of an ISIS attack1 . The member of staff sparked panic at the Oasis Village complex in Fuerteventura as she pointed the weapon at holidaymakers as they soaked up the sun. The woman was caught on camera by a shocked onlooker as she strolled around holding the gun.

Some tourists did not appear to react to the scene, however others were clearly alarmed.

Holidaymakers Left Terrified After Hotel Worker Carrying RIFLE Sparks Fears Of ISIS Attack At Fuerteventura Resort The woman was seen pointing the gun at tourists Holidaymakers Left Terrified After Hotel Worker Carrying RIFLE Sparks Fears Of ISIS Attack At Fuerteventura Resort She also directed the weapon towards kids in the swimming pool

One eyewitness, named only as Marilyn, told MailOnline how one woman grabbed her bag and ran to the hotel reception. She claims some holidaymakers ducked behind a wall while others sought shelter in the bar area, the website reported.

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Holidaymakers Left Terrified After Hotel Worker Carrying RIFLE Sparks Fears Of ISIS Attack At Fuerteventura Resort Holidaymakers were left terrified after spotting the woman holding a rifle Holidaymakers Left Terrified After Hotel Worker Carrying RIFLE Sparks Fears Of ISIS Attack At Fuerteventura Resort Some hotel guests ran for cover

The woman was later revealed to be a member of the hotel’s Animation team, who had been seeking tourists to join her in a rifle-shooting activity. But her actions were criticised after it emerged earlier this year that ISIS vowed further attacks by jihadis posing as ice cream and T-shirt sellers.

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Holidaymakers Left Terrified After Hotel Worker Carrying RIFLE Sparks Fears Of ISIS Attack At Fuerteventura Resort Woman seen at the Oasis Village complex in Fuertaventura walking with a rifle at the pool Holidaymakers Left Terrified After Hotel Worker Carrying RIFLE Sparks Fears Of ISIS Attack At Fuerteventura Resort The incident happened at the Oasis Village complex in Fuertaventura

In June last year, 30 Brits were killed when Islamic State2 gunman Seifeddine Rezgui attacked a beachfront hotel in Sousse, murdering 38 in total.

The massacre came just three months after 22 people, mostly European tourists, were killed by gunmen in the Bardo National Museum, in Tunisia s capital, Tunis.

References

  1. ^ sparking fears of an ISIS attack (www.mirror.co.uk)
  2. ^ Islamic State (www.mirror.co.uk)

Terrified tourist who took secret photo of ‘witch temple’ captured something incredibly unnerving on a chair

A terrified tourist who took a secret picture of a ‘witch’s temple’ captured what appears to be a spooky apparition sitting down on a chair. Lee Hart of Really Haunted UK1 was at the Niddry St Vaults in Edinburgh on Saturday when he says there were unexplained disturbances, including furniture being moved and missiles being lobbed at guests. He said stones and tables appeared to move on their own, with some lobbed at members of the public.

And those who attended say that eerie shot shows clearly a spirit presence on the chair to the left.

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The ghost hunters take members of the public to haunted locations, and on Saturday night had 20 guests.

“We split them into two teams, both using a ouija board at the time of the photo, around 1am.”

The room where the photo was taken is, Lee says, a “genuine witches’ temple that is actually still in use by modern day witches”.

The ‘temple’ area is closed off by bars, but when the phenomena started, the group were snapping photographs and captured what Lee identifies as “the holy grail of paranormal research, a spirit manifestation”.

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He goes on: “On the night we had guests being touched and this incredible photo.

“We had tables going crazy, stones were being thrown at some of the guests, it was quite an active night.”

After the photo was snapped, Lee says, it was “immediately shown to guests on the night to authenticate that we haven t edited it”.

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References

  1. ^ https://www.facebook.com/reallyhaunteduk/ (www.facebook.com)

British tourist plunged to his death from Magaluf hotel balcony just three weeks after burying his older brother

A British tourist plunged to his death from the third floor of a Magaluf1 hotel just three weeks after burying his older brother. Alexander Forrest, 20, is understood to have fallen from a balcony at the four-star BH Mallorca Hotel in the popular Spanish resort. The charity worker, who was only four days into his holiday2 with two pals, suffered severe head injuries in the ‘horrendous accident’.

He was tragically pronounced dead at the scene. Today, it emerged that Alexander’s death on the morning of August 31 was the second heartbreak for his family in less than two weeks.

Daily Record British Tourist Plunged To His Death From Magaluf Hotel Balcony Just Three Weeks After Burying His Older Brother The 20-year-old charity worker was on Discount Holidays © holiday with two friends at the time of the ‘horrendous accident’

His older brother Nicholai, 23, known as Nikko, died in July and was buried on August 9, the Daily Record3 reports. The cause of his death is unknown. The siblings’ heartbroken dad, Scott Forrest-McNeill, a member of the biker group Blue Angels in Scotland, posted a grief-stricken tribute on social media.

The 47-year-old wrote: U say ur God is real and this is him test me well I say f*** ur gods I am an Angel now it s time to feel my wrath. All I know is I have outlived both my sons so f*** the gods and bring on my wrath.

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Alexander, from Saughton in Edinburgh, is also survived by mum Annette, 54, and sisters Annastasia, 19, and 18-year-old Kayleigh. A JustGiving page has been set up by his friend Josh Candy – who was on Discount Holidays © holiday with him – in a bid to raise money to bring his body home.

British Tourist Plunged To His Death From Magaluf Hotel Balcony Just Three Weeks After Burying His Older Brother Alexander is understood to have fallen from the third floor of the four-star BH Mallorca Hotel

The page, which was set up on Thursday, has already raised a whopping 4,695 – 117 per cent of the initial 4,000 target. Writing on the page, Josh said: “On Saturday August 27 Alexander Forrest went on Discount Holidays © holiday to Magaluf in Majorca with two friends.

“Unfortunately due to a horrendous accident Alex hasn’t made it home.

On the August 31 Alex was found and pronounced dead.

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“Alex had suffered severe head injuries and died instantly.

“As of the Wednesday, Alex’s mum had to be flown out to Magaluf to try get Alex home.

We now as a group of close friends want to raise as much as we can to support his mum to get Alex home. We all understand it s a lot of money to raise.

Anything and everything, anyone and everyone can afford to donate would be amazing.

Daily Record British Tourist Plunged To His Death From Magaluf Hotel Balcony Just Three Weeks After Burying His Older Brother A JustGiving page has been set up to try to raise money to bring Alexander’s body home

The young man added last night: I want to thank everyone for such an amazing response and the generosity shown.

People that didn t even know Alex have donated huge amounts and it is amazing.

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Alexander worked for the British Heart Foundation. A Jet2.com4 spokeswoman said on Friday the firm would arrange for his body to be returned home at no cost to his family.

She added: “We would like to offer our sincere condolences to Alexander’s family and friends at this difficult time.

Google Street View British Tourist Plunged To His Death From Magaluf Hotel Balcony Just Three Weeks After Burying His Older Brother The exterior of the hotel, where Alexander died on the morning of August 31

“We were only made aware today that Alexander is still in Majorca and we understand that the insurance company is still investigating this tragic incident.

“As this is a private matter between the insurers and the Forrest family, we cannot comment on that investigation.

“However if, for any reason, the insurance company cannot arrange for Alexander’s body to be returned home, we will arrange this ourselves at no cost to the Forrest family.”

A Foreign & Commonwealth Office spokesman said: “We are providing support to the family of a British national who has died in Majorca on August 31 and are in contact with the local authorities.”

References

  1. ^ Magaluf (www.mirror.co.uk)
  2. ^ holiday (www.mirror.co.uk)
  3. ^ Daily Record (www.dailyrecord.co.uk)
  4. ^ Jet2.com (jet2.com)

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