By Brett Gibbons
A grieving male nurse from Wales is set to return to Majorca next month in a bid to unravel the mystery surrounding the murder of his brother 36 years ago.

Psychiatric nurse Don Pearson, of Port Talbot, South Wales, wants to uncover the truth about his brother Walter's death on December 15, 1972.
Miner Walter was on holiday with a group of pals when he was found dead just hours after arriving at the Hotel Honolulu in Palmanova.
Walter, was the youngest member of the group of holidaymakers, who arrived at 9pm the previous evening and was last seen alive at 2 am in the early hours of the morning before the body was found.

An autopsy revealed that Walter, aged just 20, had been stabbed three times in the chest prior to being pushed or falling from his hotel room.
No-one was charged with the murder and brother Don insists there has been a cover-up over the mysterious death.
He can be contacted at or 0044 7704 401763.


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