UK TREND: Twitter Reacts to New Details on Nicola Bulley’s Death
Nicola Bulley’s recent inquest has revealed that her cause of death was drowning, without any evidence of prior harm. Witnesses reported hearing a scream near the location where the 45-year-old was last seen, adding to the mystery surrounding her disappearance in St Michael’s on Wyre.
Over three weeks later, Bulley’s body was found in the River Wyre, a mile away from where she went missing. Experts explained that submerging in cold water can cause a person to gasp and drown within seconds, shedding light on the potential dangers involved.
The latest revelations in Nicola Bulley’s case spark discussions on Twitter
The latest revelations in Bulley’s case have sparked discussions on social media, with the hashtag #NicolaBulley trending. People are voicing their concerns and expressing that these new details presented in court raise more questions than answers.
Today the inquest into the tragic death of Nicola Bulley began. Social media sleuths were warned they could face prosecution if they interfere with the inquest. New evidence presented in court today raises more questions than answers.#NicolaBulleyhttps://t.co/SGN8BJ14Rw
— 𝑳𝒂𝒅𝒚𝑩𝒐𝒇𝑩𝒆𝒍𝒔𝒊𝒛𝒆 𝑶𝒇𝒇𝒊𝒄𝒊𝒂𝒍 🇬🇧 (@shooter_breeze) June 26, 2023
Social media users expressed scepticism towards the court’s verdict, raising doubts about the claim that a healthy, sober, and proficient swimmer like Nicola Bulley could have drowned herself. Some individuals pointed out the presence of bruises on her right arm, further fuelling the questioning of the official ruling.
So, they're trying to convince us that a 45 year old, healthy, sober woman who was a good swimmer drowned herself. Oh, did I mention her right arm was covered in bruises? Nothing to see here 🤦😡#nicolabulley
— Nova Scotia Linda (@fringelinda) June 26, 2023
Speculations arose as individuals questioned the origin of the discovered bruises on Nicola Bulley’s body, seeking clarification on their cause.
— Neya (@narcslatethelie) June 26, 2023
Another Twitter user raised doubts about the official ruling, pointing out the illogical nature of the situation. They highlighted that while suicide by drowning can happen, it is usually associated with individuals walking into the sea, not walking into a shallow river with only 2 inches of water. This observation further adds to the lack of clarity surrounding Nicola Bulley’s death.
A good swimmer doesn’t drown where she supposedly went in. Be interesting what comes out tomorrow.
— Bungle Hayes Snr (@zippybungle7) June 26, 2023
Some Twitter users urged fellow social media users to accept the court’s verdict and refrain from indulging in conspiracy theories.
— jeaninetribley (@jeaninetribley) June 26, 2023
They expressed the opinion that Nicola Bulley’s death, attributed to drowning, is not suspicious but rather a plausible explanation. They noted that the puzzling element lies in the significant number of conspiracy theorists engaging in discussions about the incident on Twitter, despite the seemingly logical explanation of her death by drowning.
I don’t think her death was suspicious. What I think is very strange is the number of conspiracy theorists talking about it on Twitter #NicolaBulley
— Harriet (@Harriet2094) June 26, 2023
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