Elise's bags appear to have been loaded onto the ferry she was due to take, and arrived at Chumphon province where she should have caught a bus to the capital.
Michele says police told her that Elise had been wrapped in old t-shirts or cotton shawls while an empty fuel bottle was found next to her.
Police told Elise's mother Michele that her daughter had committed suicide by hanging herself from a tree around three days before she was found.
But no suicide note or message were recovered and Michele is desperate for information surrounding the mysterious death.
Of all the deaths, theirs were the only ones to be investigated as murder after a public outcry.
Four others were ruled suicides, while a Russian woman has still not been found after vanishing in February.
Michele claims that Elise used a fake name of 'Elise Dubuis' to check into the Triple B Bungalows next to Mae Head Pier on Koh Tao as she travelled via the island on a ferry bound for Chumphon province on her route back to capital Bangkok.
But an unexplained fire that evening burned down three bamboo huts - including the one Elise had been staying in.
I cannot accept why my daughter should have killed herself.'She was normal in the last conversation and no signs of depression were visible.'I don't know why she would have booked a transfer to Bangkok and then went into the jungle to commit suicide.'I am devastated by events. We just want more information.'My daughter had been travelling for two and a half years in India, Australia and New Zealand and always back again to Thailand.'She lived there for months with Guru Raaman Andreas from Germany and two female friends.' The death on Koh Tao is the latest in a number of cases involving foreigners.As the men bray in protest at the size of the designer label shopping bills they are being asked to cover, the young women flash their doe-like black eyes.With steely resolve, these often very young, barely legal, women enforce their unwritten contracts against men who have deluded themselves into believing their May-December relationship is anything but the commercial opportunity that it is.A Belgian backpacker has become the latest tourist found dead on a notorious Thai island where seven others have died in the last three years.Elise Dallemange, 30, was found half-eaten by lizards on Koh Tao back in April with police claiming she hanged herself.