Husband reacts to possibility of missing wife's death

By Matt Porter

February 27, 2013 Updated Feb 28, 2013 at 2:33 AM EDT

Town of Pharsalia, NY (WBNG Binghamton) It's been 11 weeks and one day since Ganesh "Remy" Ramsaran's wife Jennifer disappeared.

Now, police have found a body that could be his missing wife.

"I just didn't believe or wouldn't let myself believe that she wasn't alive," Remy Ramsaran said. "And I don't want to believe that it's her."

Ramsaran said he's lost track of it all since the Chenango County Sheriff's Office called him Tuesday night.

"From the beginning it's been a nightmare," he said. "Last night, when the police were talking to me, it's like, all I can describe it's like an out of body experience."

The body was found on Center Road in the town of Pharsalia. If it turns out to be Jennifer Ramsaran, her husband said he's determined to find out what happened.

"I try not to think about the worst, but if it is, we need answers," Remy Ramsaran said, "We need answers."

In the 78 days since his wife went missing, Remy Ramsaran said he's tried to stay strong for the couple's three children.

"Normalcy, from the beginning it's always normalcy," he said, "Whatever our routines are, just keep everything going like we have."

He's still holding on to hope that his wife is alive -- somewhere.

"I just can't think about closure right now, I'm not even remotely there," Remy Ramsaran said, "I pray that it's not her."

The woman's body was taken to Syracuse to be examined by a forensic pathologist. It could be days before she is identified and a cause of death is determined.

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