Si Ouey has a reputation as Thailand’s first serial killer, a cannibal, and a bogeyman parents invoke to scare misbehaving children
NONTHABURI, Thailand — For decades, some Thai parents warned their naughty children that if they didn’t behave, Si Ouey would come eat their livers.
If the threat of a ghostly visit from the executed child killer, long called a cannibal, proved ineffective, those children could always be taken to see Si Ouey. After all, his mummified corpse — gnarled and blackened — for years stood on display in a glass case in the Forensic Museum at Bangkok’s Siriraj Hospital.
In recent years, however, doubts were raised about whether the man called Thailand’s first serial killer was given justice and a campaign was launched to at least give him a proper funeral. On Thursday, six decades after his execution, that finally…
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