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Does Suite 6 Hold The Key to the Woman in Seat 2B?


A crack team of investigative reporters dispatched to Switzerland by the Sydling St Nicholas Sun (Dorset's Best-selling Paper) has today uncovered what may be the missing link in the ongoing Mystery Passenger in Seat 2B saga. Alerted to a Swiss connection by an insider who claimed that the departure of Threadbone Airways Flight TA1234 from Robin Hood International Airport had been delayed by 8 minutes to "accommodate an important passenger" on the similarly delayed Geneva - Robin Hood service, editor Ross Sleaze sent his best team to the Swiss metropolis on a mission to "dig out the truth".

Starting at the Hotel Cornarvin - the well-known haunt of Ms Shelley-Lulette Sizemore who has now emerged as a key-player in the mystery - the resourceful hacks found evidence that two women had stayed in the hotel prior to their appointment at the premises of a well-known and highly exclusive clinic with a reputation for "servicing the needs of the wealthy and powerful".

The Clinique Threadbone de Bon Port (The Threadbone Clinic) situated on the lakeshore in Geneva has a reputedly distinguished though largely anonymous clientele and is famous as as a "we don't ask so you need not answer" establishment with a track record of secretive dealings in the "identity alteration field". Head clinician Professor Bryony Trulease - a graduate of The Moscow Institute of Extreme Plastic Surgery [KGB] - is widely regarded as the best in the business offering everything from "navel redesign and lobe subtraction to full body re-assignment". According to locals "people go in but we never see the same people come out. We have no idea what they do in there, though there's no smell and very little noise".

Mr Sleaze now believes that an acquaintance of Ms Sizemore's - who may be Mrs Amanda J Threadbone herself - has been staying at the £3,800 per night facility for several weeks and "for reasons we can only guess at". So is there a link between the woman in the Clinic's Suite 6 and the mystery passenger in Seat 2B? Ross believes that to be "quite likely" adding "It's like a plot from one of Shelley-Lulette's books. I mean you can't make this kind of stuff up can you?".

Editors Comment: In 2013 Mr Sleaze was found guilty at Bothenhampton Crown Court and fined £550 plus costs for "making this kind of stuff up".

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Reporters for the Sydling St Nicholas Sun believe there is a connection between the mystery passenger on Flight TA1234's Seat 2B and the exclusive Threadbone Clinic in Geneva.

Reporters for the Sydling St Nicholas Sun believe there is a connection between the mystery passenger on Flight TA1234's Seat 2B and the exclusive Threadbone Clinic in Geneva. TOP The Clinic has a reputation for extreme surgery. BOTTOM It is perfectly situated by the lake and a known place of safety for those who need to "disappear for a while and maybe emerge a little different".


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