MURDER victim The Lady of the Hills is to be exhumed and cremated so her ashes can be taken home to Thailand.
The body of Lamduan Seekanya, 36, was buried in an anonymous grave after police failed to identify her in 2004.
But, when a cold case review established who she was and that she had been murdered, a support group has raised £5,000 for the exhumation.
Mum Joomsri, 73, said: “We want Lamduan to come home for a Buddhist ceremony in our village according to our traditions.”
She came to the UK in 1991 after marrying Brit lecturer David Armitage, 55. He denies any involvement in her death.
Lamduan was found in a stream in the Yorkshire Dales in 2004 but police thought she had died of natural causes. She is called The Lady of The Hills on her headstone in North Yorks.