On the evening of the 27th of April Erdos, the father, came back home from work as usual. He was ringing for doorbell because he couldn’t open the door from the outside with his key; it was locked from the inside.
He knew his wife and children should have been home by now so he kept on knocking. He was afraid that something bad might have happened to his family so he asked his neighbor if he could climb through their balcony.
He climbed through his neighbor’s balcony, kicked down the balcony door, and entered his living room. What he saw next shocked him.
His wife, Indira, had hung herself on a clothesline thrown over the bedroom door.
His son, Nursultan, who was only two years old he found in the bathroom. Around his small neck was a noose out of a clothesline.
“I heard a blood-chilling scream. I ran up the stairs and tried kicking down the door. He (Erdos) opened the door for me and he was holding his son in his arms, with a noose around his neck. I saw a girl a bit older on the floor who seemed unconscious. I ran up to her and tried to find a pulse, but couldn’t find any” – said the neighbor Aidana.
She was the one who called the police. Later the police found a death note from the mother.
“I, Indira E., ask to punish those who are guilty in my death and the deaths of my children, which pushed me to this deed.”
Currently police are looking at all the circumstances and don’t disregard any information.
They never heard loud quarrels between Erdos and Indira.
Erdos’ father, Mautkazi, confirmed the version of Indira’s poor mental health.
“I can’t officially say anything, but Indira often displayed signs of a person suffering mental health issues.”
He often noticed that Indira would often be aggressive towards her children, but she was always easily calmed.
Local psychiatrist Alena Bahmetieva claims that the actions of Indira are that of a person suffering from heavy paranoia or schizophrenia.
These types of people are especially dangerous to those they are the closest to; in their deranged mind, they will often imagine conspiracies and such.
She also added that it is very important that families try to contact psychiatrists as soon as they see suspicious symptoms in family members. There is nothing shameful in going to a psychiatrist.
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