Mysterious Death of Family Hiking – The family of John Gerrish and Ellen Chung — who alongside their child and canine were strangely discovered dead in Northern California recently — are standing by to discover how they passed on.
One thing the family accepts: that their friends and family were not killed.
“We are perplexed like every other person. I would prefer not to say an incredible arrangement as a great deal is going on,” John’s dad Peter told the Daily Mail. “We are simply trusting that the specialists will do every one of the tests. We are in contact with them and are anticipating the last investigation.”
“We don’t accept they were killed,” Peter said. “We simply need individuals to continue ahead with the main job.”
A Mariposa County Sheriff’s office representative reveals to PEOPLE that while specialists “haven’t precluded anything,” they are not zeroing in on a possible murder.
“Murder isn’t high on our rundown,” the representative said.
John, Chung, their 1-year-old little girl Miju and family canine Oski were accounted for missing from their home in Mariposa County, California, on August 16. The following day, every one of the four was discovered dead in the Devil’s Gulch segment of the close by Hites Cove Trail.
An underlying dissection yielded little data about how the family passed on, passing on specialists and friends and family to hang tight for the consequences of a forthcoming toxicology report for additional signs. A necrology report is additionally being led on the canine. The two reports could take as long as half a month.
Agents have been taking a gander at a broadness of potential reasons for the family’s demises — several days, the scene was in any event, being treated as a potential hazardous materials circumstance because of the presence of harmful green growth in a close-by waterway.