Diaries, Notes Seized From Robinson Street 'Horror' House

Several diaries, notes were seized from Robinson Street \'horror\' house whose septuagenarian owner found living with skeletons later committed suicide.

Published: 16th June 2015 12:45 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th June 2015 12:45 AM   |  A+A-


KOLKATA: Several diaries and notes were seized today from Robinson Street 'horror' house whose septuagenarian owner was found living with three skeletons, later allegedly committing suicide.

Senior Kolkata Police officials along with forensic experts today visited the house and seized several diaries and paper notes, purportedly written by Debjani De, from the

second floor of the house where the charred body of house-owner Arabindo De and three skeletons were found last Wednesday.

DC-south Murlidhar Sharma, along with other senior officials and forensic experts visited the spot.

"Many things have been recovered from the house on Robinson Street today. We are analysing the content. They may render help in our investigation," Sharma said.

Earlier, the police had seized eight laptops, desktop, many diaries, paper notes and other documents from the house.

A team of doctors today examined the house-owner's 45-year-old son and sole living family member Partho De, who had been living with the skeleton of his sister and those of two dogs for the past six months in his home.

Though Partho appeared to be "very normal" today, doctors in the team did not allow the police to talk to him, sources in the hospital said.

"We have kept him under observation. His (Partho's) condition has improved a lot today. He appeared to be very

normal. He has taken the prescribed medicine and ate properly," Ganesh Prasad, superintendent of the hospital, said.


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