Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Japan's Oldest Woman Missing in Kobe?

105 centenarians missing in Kobe, including Japan's oldest woman

KOBE - The Kobe municipal government said Tuesday that 105 centenarians registered as living in the city are unaccounted for, including a woman registered as Japan’s oldest female aged 125.

The municipal government of the western Japan city said it has also been found that 22 other people aged at least 100 have not used nursing care insurance or the medical insurance system for the elderly aged 75 and over.

Local governments across the country are confirming the circumstances of centenarians registered in their jurisdiction following the discovery in late July of a mummified body, apparently of a man who was registered as being 111 years old.

The findings in Kobe, the capital of Hyogo Prefecture, are in addition to the total of 88 centenarians in 20 prefectures, including Hyogo, who have been found to be unaccounted for.

Just so you all know, Episode 5 of Looks Like Canada is now online. This episode is about the Shag Harbour UFO incident which is one of the most famous UFO incidents in the world. It happened in 1967 in Shag Harbour, Nova Scotia.

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