Growing list of women traveling alone in dangerous countries who never come home
Paul Joseph Watson
March 12, 2019
In yet another potential example of cultural relativism, a young woman who went hiking in a dangerous country alone has been found dead.
23-year-old British woman Catherine Shaw had set out traveling in September 2018 and was in Guatemala for two weeks before being reported missing on March 5.
Her body was subsequently found at at San Juan La Laguna.
Officials are now investigating whether a third party was involved in Shaw’s death, although some people involved in the search expressed their anger at speculation that she had been murdered, with one saying it’s “too early to tell what happened”.
The Lucie Blackman Trust asserts that Shaw’s death was an accident, claiming that, “She was very much a nature lover and adored sunrises, so it seems quite conceivable that she went up the mountain to greet the sunrise, shedding clothing as she went.”
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Speculation that Shaw was actually raped and murdered was “incredibly unhelpful, distressing and unnecessary,” according to the charity.
The last known image of Shaw shows her alone leaving the Eco Hotel Maychik in Guatemala at 5:23am.
Shaw had previously shared a link on her Facebook page promoting open borders, suggesting that she held left-wing views.
She also ‘liked’ numerous groups associated with environmental activism and new age spirituality.
According to the US State Department, “Violent crime, such as armed robbery and murder, is common” in Guatemala. “Gang activity, such as extortion, violent street crime, and narcotics trafficking, is widespread.”
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