A tragic incident unfolded in Maceió City, Brazil, as a 27-year-old woman, Fernanda Silva Valoz da Cruz Pinto, lost her life under mysterious circumstances. Fernanda fell ill after consuming a chocolate candy given to her by a fortune teller who had predicted her untimely death. She experienced severe symptoms, including stomach pains, vomiting, nosebleeds, and excessive salivation, and was rushed to the hospital, where she passed away.
Initially, doctors attributed her death to complications related to her pre-existing stomach ulcers and gastritis. However, an autopsy later revealed that she had died from poisoning with toxic substances, prompting a police investigation. The Homicide and Personal Protection Police Station (DHPP) faces significant challenges in solving the case, given the two-month gap between Fernanda’s death and the investigation.
While the family’s account of the gypsy fortune teller and the poisoned candy has raised suspicion, concrete evidence is scarce. Surveillance footage from the alleged encounter is no longer available, and locating witnesses proves difficult. Despite these challenges, the DHPP remains committed to uncovering the truth behind this bizarre and tragic incident.