A blind Australian woman who lived and worked with African orphans text her family and friends to say she feared being poisoned, just days before she was found dead.
The body of Bronwyn Fielding was discovered in Uganda in late June, but more than a month on her heartbroken family continues to search for answers about her death.
A mother-of-three, Ms Fielding moved to the landlocked east African nation in 2007 and founded her 'Good Samaritan Organisation' - a volunteer group helping orphans, disabled and the elderly.
While an autopsy report stated the 37-year-old died of pulmonary embolism - a blood clot in her lung - a text message she sent to her family in the days prior to her death has them suspicious, the ABC reports.
Bronwyn Fielding (pictured) died in Uganda in late June, but more than a month on from her death her heartbroken family continues to search for answers
it has now been revealed Ms Fielding (pictured) text her family and friends to say she feared being poisoned, just days before she was found dead
David Pagey, the uncle of Ms Fielding, said that since her death her family had heard 'three different of how she passed away' and was desperate to know the truth.
'We would like tissue samples taken and blood samples taken if possible, so we can have them tested here in Australia, to check for certain she wasn't being poisoned,' Mr Pagey said.
'It's been very difficult for us to obtain anything about what happened to Bronwyn and we are still none the wiser, in respect to what happened.'
Upon moving to Africa in 2007 to take up a position as a volunteer, Ms Fielding left behind her children Kierra, Jack and Kaitlyn, in the care of her family.
In 2011, she had a run in with a charity worker who she reported for fraud to police, leading to the man being