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On conflicting coverage of a possible mass murder near Houston

Today, Liberty, Texas law enforcement officials got a phone call from a psychic. She told them to go to a certain house, where she said there were dozens of dead bodies. They didn’t find any. But that wasn’t the end of it. “All we know is the sheriff department received a call about a mass grave, or something like that, with several bodies,” a law enforcement official said. “They went and checked it, and there was nothing there. The caller went back and said, ‘No, you went to the wrong house.’” They went back, and they found blood, but (after telling the media otherwise and causing a ruckus) no bodies — yet, at least. If this has all the makings of a B-level horror movie, you’re right. But it could also have all the makings of a great tragedy. But evidence is lacking, and the man whose house was raided, a long-haul trucker, denies the allegations. Let’s hope it’s a hoax. source

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June 7, 2011 // 20:06 // 3 years ago
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    There’s a big difference between saying you found 30 bodies, then going back later and saying you didn’t find any…
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    Curiouser and curiouser!
  6. streamsofwikileaks said: And it could be a tip from someone suffering paranoid delusions.
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