‘Con­tent of her note ques­tioned’

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PA­TRI­CIA Pringane’s death has left her for­mer em­ployer with many unan­swered ques­tions. The note she left on her cal­en­dar, said Bergman, sug­gested that she could not have writ­ten it on her own.

“It is her hand­writ­ing, I know that for sure. But Pa­tri­cia couldn’t write in Eng­lish like that.

“I’ve got What­sApp mes­sages from her where she al­ways laughs about the way she writes in Eng­lish. She couldn’t write like that. So for me, I’m think­ing who told her to write that, how was that writ­ten, was that writ­ten 40 days be­fore her death? I can’t spec­u­late, be­cause I don’t know, but why would you write a note like that?”

Bergman also noted how “sur­real” the note on the cal­en­dar was. “Did she have a pre­mo­ni­tion, did she write the note her­self and who told her to write the note?”

She also found Pringane’s con­vic­tion about her for­tunes chang­ing for the bet­ter strange. “I said to her, ‘Pa­tri­cia do you know some­thing I don’t know, have you won the lotto?’ We used to joke like that be­fore she left and she said ‘don’t worry, you will see’. So I don’t know what they had fed her, what they had told her,” said Bergman.

THE late Pa­tri­cia Pringane.

THE note Pa­tri­cia Pringane left on her for­mer em­ployer’s cal­en­dar.

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