Kolkata, June 27: In a new twist in the Robinson Street Skeleton case in Kolkata, the police is investigating if the accused Partha De consumed the flesh of his sister and the two dogs. Forensic experts have come to this conclusion after dicovering that the skeleton of the sister and the two dogs do not have tendons or decomposing flesh on them.
The sleuths have learnt that it was impossible for the flesh to be disappear completely after death. At least parts of it should have been there for at least six months as the body goes through the various stages of decomposition after death. But this did not happen in Debjani's case, giving rise to a speculation that Partha may have turned cannibal.
Moreover, the notes and scribbles found from the house, apart from a letter by Partha's father-Aurobindo, makes the murder even murkier. Aurobindo, in his suicide note wrote,"forget the past and look forward."'
The police is now likely to interrogate Partha for certain hidden facts he seems to have ommitted from his statements. It is yet to be ascertained why his father committed suicide by setting himself on fire. The very next day, when the police arrived at Partha's house to hand over the body of his father, they were shocked to discover that he was residing with his sister's skeleton.