'Piano man' may remain a mystery
LONDON: Doctors fear that the identity of a mysterious mute pianist found wandering on an English beach in April might never be known.
"We have discounted a lot of the names and continue to look at those which remain. But there is no obvious lead - we haven't had someone bashing down the door saying, 'This is my son' or 'This is my brother'," an official at the Little Brook Hospital in Kent, southeast England, told the Independent.
"It is possible that his family lead an isolated existence and have not seen the stories but we have to prepare ourselves for the fact that we may never know who he is."
The tall blonde-haired stranger, thought to be in his 20s or early 30s, was found on the beach at Minster, southern England, with no clue as to his origin. He has not spoken since but has fascinated people over his one means of communication: playing classical piano music.Medio:
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