A young horseback rider and model was found dead in a picturesque rural field in Britain, suspected of committing murder and committing suicide.
A young horseback rider was found dead in a suspected murder-suicide field in Britain.
On Friday, 23-year-old part-time model Gracie Spinks was found injured in the picturesque village of Duckmanton, Derbyshire.
At 8:40 in the morning, medical staff rushed to the scene on Staveli Road and desperately to save her life, but unfortunately she died on the spot.
Soon after, the body of a man in his thirties was found in a field about half a mile away.
Tribute to Gracie flooded like a flood-she was described as “the life and soul of the party.”
It is said that this six-foot-tall blonde once worked as a model for an agency in London in order to make money.
Friends said that she made a living on horseback and riding, and she participated in the equestrian obstacle course and dressage competition with her favorite Paddy Hill.
Villagers in the picturesque Duckmanton village of Derby were told by the police not to leave their homes after a large number of police showed up.
According to reports, the police advised the teachers of the nearby Poolsbrook Academy elementary school not to let the children play outside.
As news of Gracie’s death surfaced, relatives expressed their shock on social media.
Hua is her home where relatives have gathered, but it was too difficult to get past and lay outside with the media.
Pal Alicia Jordan wrote on Facebook: “Oh, Gracie Spinks, I don’t even know what to say.” Heartbroken didn’t even cut it.
“You are really the life of the party. The four of us have left too many memories. I am grateful to meet you.
“Honestly, sitting here thinking of them makes me smile.
“This world is so cruel, it’s really unfair. Rest in peace Gracie, you will miss it very much. Think of your family and friends.”
A police spokesperson said that the two deaths are believed to be related and they are not looking for anyone else.
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