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"hank horton" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

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05:51 min | 1 year ago

"hank horton" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"I I think in the serial killers are psychopaths mode though I've heard of stuff like that before though right like come you get the idea that they you they all the per the murder doesn't want the victim looking at him yeah which may also explain why ash their faces and yeah so the guy currently hangs out for a little while it does other weird things that with the bacon he grabbed a two pound slab of bacon and for I saw elsewhere that there is another slab of bacon found in the house there was at least one two pound slab of bacon and he wrapped in a dish towel and then left on the floor of one of the bedrooms so weird there is a bowl of bloody water that was later found he he washed himself off he washed off the axe although he left it behind any apparently hung out for a little while in the house before leaving sometime before five AM so the murders took place around midnight yeah I think come five AM the house is dark still five AM so that's not the weirdest thing although we're talking about Iowa so plenty of people were up at five including the neighbor a woman named Mary Peckham and she noticed that there wasn't anybody up at the house which was a little odd it was a Monday morning now and by seven she thought it was just downright eerie that there was no sign of life at the house she went over and let the Morris chickens out so that they could pick around and feed she called Joe Moore's store and said Hayes has Joe showed up and found both from the employee that he hadn't and finally one of those two gets in touch with a guy named Ross more Joe Moore's brother and Ross comes over and unlocks the door the front door was locked and he goes inside any comes almost immediately rushing back out calling for the local Marshall to be called yeah basically he gets Hank Horton is the marshals name he gets them on the scene in this this is where things just kind of go berserk it's it's such a small town such a grisly crime any chances of serving a crime scene and this is nineteen twelve I don't even know how much a small town like this knows about preserving a crime scene at the time but any hopes were lost within those first few hours after the discovery because by all accounts there were a hundred or more people that went through that house from a doctor's to corners to investigators to just townspeople right that were allowed to just go in there and check things out yes so the the first group that comes with the the the Marshall hang cordon right was to two doctors and a minister J. Clark Cooper all right great doctor name J. Clark Cooper and Edgar Huff and Wesley Ewing who was the minister of the church they were the first contingent to make it into the house after Ross more came running out yeah so they go in and they know enough to not disturb things too much yeah another guy gets brought in LA linguist he's the corner yep hi he tries to take some notes about the crime scene but the person who got the most information was another doctor his name was and that's Williams yeah FS Williams was the one who examine the body in a later in quest he had the most details offer about the bodies of positions all that stuff so when those guys walked in they were at least well versed enough to note not disturb things as much as possible or at least more than the towns people knew yeah N. F. as Williams allegedly came out of the house pretty shaken and said don't go in there boys you'll regret it to your last day yeah and the townspeople said not to you we're going inside we want to see some dead bodies and they all regretted it probably to their last day yeah because they they've not only most of the crimes in the pokes around there was supposedly the town drunk took some fragments of Joe Morris goal as mementos like that the crime scene was toast like you said if if you could have ever been preserved was toast and even the local druggist showed up with his camera to help preserve the crime scene because he heard that the townspeople were were tramping all over it in Ross more not understanding what he was doing through the guy out thought is this being a goal trying to get pictures so the crime scene is utterly and completely lost yeah and one of the things about the Alaska must pass a law is that it was a train down there were about thirty trains every day that went through there and so by this time in less this person was local and may be hiding out locally by all accounts the murder it probably have to train was out of there right time but they don't go on they didn't realize this until they'd already released some blood hounds they search the countryside there was like a pretty pretty big search to find whoever did this and they didn't find anybody so the town was just verified turned to thousand people eight including six children just been murdered with an axe in your town and now the sun starting to go down and nobody's been caught all right so let's take a break and we'll come back and talk about suspect number one right after this you've.

"hank horton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"hank horton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"So weird there is a bowl of bloody water that was later found he he washed himself off he washed off the axe although he left it behind any apparently hung out for a little while in the house before leaving sometime before five AM so the murders took place around midnight yeah and then come five AM the house is dark still five AM so that's not the weirdest thing although we're talking about Iowa so plenty of people were up at five including the neighbor a woman named Mary Packham and she noticed that there wasn't anybody up at the house which was a little odd it was a Monday morning now and by seven she thought it was just downright eerie that there was no sign of life at the house she went over and let the moors chickens out so that they could pick around and feed she called Joe Moore's store and said Hayes has Joe showed up and found both from the employee that he hadn't and finally one of those two gets in touch with a guy named Ross more Joe Moore's brother and Ross comes over and unlocks the door the front doors locked and he goes inside any comes almost immediately rushing back out calling for the local Marshall to be called yeah and basically he gets Hank Horton is the marshals name he gets them on the scene in this this is where things just kind of go berserk it's it's such a small town such a grisly crime any chances of preserving a crime scene and this is nineteen twelve I don't even know how much a small town like this knows about preserving a crime scene at the time but any hopes were lost within those first few hours after the discovery because by all accounts there were a hundred or more people that went through that house from a doctor's to corners to investigators who just townspeople right that were allowed to just go in there and check things out yes so the the person group that comes with the the the Marshall hang cordon right was it to two doctors and a minister J. Clark Cooper right great doctor name Jacor Cooper and Edgar and Wesley Ewing who was the minister of the church they were the first contingent to make it into the house after Ross more came running out yeah so they go in and they know enough to not to serve things too much yeah another guy gets brought in LA linguist he's the corner yep he tries to take some notes about the crime scene but the person who got the most information was another doctor his name was that's Williams yeah FS Williams was the one who examine the body in a later in quest he had the most details offer about the bodies of positions all that stuff so when those guys walked in they were at least well versed enough to note sure not disturb things as much as possible or at least more than the towns people knew yeah N. F. as Williams allegedly came out of the house pretty shaken and said we don't go in there boys so you'll regret it to your last day yeah and the townspeople said nuts to you we're going inside we want to see some dead bodies and they all regretted it probably to their last day yeah because they they've not only most of the crimes in the pokes around there was supposedly the town drunk took fragments of Joe Morris goal as mementos like that the currency was toast like you said if if you could have ever been preserved was toast and even the local druggist showed up with his camera to help preserve the crime scene because he heard that the towns people were were tramping all over it in Ross more not understanding what he was doing through the guy out thought is this being a goal trying to get pictures so the crime scene is utterly and completely lost yeah and one of the things about the Alaska must pass a law is that it was a train down there were about thirty trains every day that went through there and so by this time in less this person was local and may be hiding out locally by all accounts the murder it probably have to train was out of there right time but they don't go on they didn't realize this until they'd already released some blood hounds they search the countryside there was like a pretty pretty big search to find whoever did this and they didn't find anybody so the town is just terrified town of two thousand people eight including six children just been murdered with an axe in your town and now the sun starting to go down and nobody's been caught all right so let's take a break and we'll come back and talk about suspect number one right after this Hey welcome to what's happening and what's at.

"hank horton" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"hank horton" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"The neighbor a woman named Mary pack up and she noticed that there wasn't anybody up at the house which was a little odd it was a Monday morning now and by seven she thought it was just downright eerie that there was no sign of life at the house she went over and let the Morris chickens out so that they could pick around and feed she called Joe Moore's store and said Hayes has Joe showed up and found but from the employee that he hadn't and finally one of those two gets in touch with a guy named Ross more Joe Moore's brother and Ross comes over and unlocks the door the front door was locked and he goes inside any comes almost immediately rushing back out calling for the local Marshall to be called yeah and basically he gets Hank Horton is the marshals name he gets them on the scene in this this is where things just kind of go berserk it's it's such a small town such a grisly crime any chances of serving a crime scene and this is nineteen twelve I don't even know how much a small town like this knows about preserving a crime scene at the time but any hopes were lost within those first few hours after the discovery because by all accounts there were a hundred or more people that went through that house from a doctor's to corners to investigators who just townspeople right that were allowed to just go in there and check things out yeah so the the person group that comes with the the the Marshall hang cordon right was it to two doctors and a minister J. Clark Cooper all right great doctor name J. Clark Cooper and Edgar Huff and Wesley Ewing who was the minister of the church they were the first contingent to make it into the house after Ross more came running out yeah so they go in and they know enough to not to serve things too much yeah another guy gets brought in LA linguist she's the corner yep hi he tries to take some notes about the crime scene but the person who got the most information was another doctor his name was that's William DFS Williams was the one who examine the body and a later in quest he had the most details offer about the bodies of positions all that stuff so when those guys walked in they were at least well versed enough to note not disturb things as much as possible or at least more than the towns people there yeah and F. as Williams allegedly came out of the house pretty shaken and said don't go in there boys you'll regret it to your last day yeah and the townspeople said nuts to you we're going inside we want to see some dead bodies and they are regretted it probably to their last day yeah because they they've not only most of the crimes in the pokes around there was supposedly the town drunk took fragments of Joe Morris goal is mementos like take the currency was toast like you said if if you could have ever been preserved was toast and even the local druggist showed up with his camera to help preserve the crime scene because he heard that the townspeople were were tramping all over it and Ross more not understanding what he was doing through the guy out thought is just being a goal trying to get pictures so the crime scene is utterly and completely lost yeah and one of the things about the last guy almost said basilar is that it was a train down there were about thirty trains every day that went through there and so by this time in less this person was local and may be hiding out locally by all accounts the murder it probably have to train was out of there right time but they don't go on they didn't realize this until they'd already released some blood hounds they search the countryside there was like a pretty pretty big search to find whoever did this and they didn't find anybody so the town is just verified town of two thousand people eight including six children just been murdered with an axe in your town and now the sun starting to go down and nobody's been caught all right so let's take a break and we'll come back and talk about suspect number one right after this.

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"hank horton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"hank horton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"The house pretty there was at least one two pound slab of bacon and he wrapped in a dish towel and then left on the floor of one of the bedrooms so weird there is a bowl of bloody water that was later found he he washed himself off he washed off the axe although he left it behind any apparently hung out for a little while in the house before leaving sometime before five AM so the murders took place around midnight yeah and then come five AM the house is dark still five AM so that's not the weirdest thing although we're talking about Iowa so many people were up at five including the neighbor a woman named Mary Packham and she noticed that there wasn't anybody up at the house which was a little odd it was a Monday morning now and by seven she thought it was just downright eerie that there was no sign of life at the house she went over and let the Morris chickens out so that they could pick around and feed she called Joe Moore's store and said Hayes has Joe showed up and found but from the employee that he hadn't and finally one of those two gets in touch with a guy named Ross more Joe Moore's brother and Ross comes over and unlocks the door the front door was locked and he goes inside any comes almost immediately rushing back out calling for the local Marshall to be called yeah and basically he gets Hank Horton is the marshals name he gets them on the scene in this this is where things just kind of go berserk it's it's such a small town such a grisly crime any chances of serving a crime scene and this is nineteen twelve I don't even know how much a small town like this knows about preserving a crime scene at the time but any hopes were lost within those first few hours after the discovery because by all accounts there were a hundred or more people that went through that house from doctors to corners to investigators who just townspeople right that were allowed to just go in there and check things out yeah so the the person group that comes with the the the Marshall hang cordon right was to two doctors and a minister J. Clark Cooper all right great doctor name Jacor Cooper and Edgar Huff and Wesley Ewing who was the minister of the church they were the first contingent to make it into the house after Ross more came running out yeah so they go in and they know enough to not disturb things too much yeah another guy gets brought in LA linguist he's the corner yep he tries to take some notes about the crime scene but the person who got the most information was another doctor his name was that's William DFS Williams was the one who examine the body in a later in quest he had the most details offer about the bodies of positions all that stuff so when those guys walked in they were at least well versed enough to note sure not disturb things as much as possible or at least more than the towns people there yeah N. F. as Williams allegedly came out of the house pretty shaken and said don't go in there boys you'll regret it to your last day now and the townspeople said nuts to you we're going inside we want to see some dead bodies and they all regretted it probably to their last day yeah because they they did not only mess of the crimes in the pokes around there was supposedly the town drunk took some fragments of Joe Morris goal as mementos like take the currency was toast like you said if if you could have ever been preserved was toast and even the local druggist showed up with his camera to help preserve the crime scene because he heard that the towns people were were tramping all over it in Ross more not understanding what he was doing through the guy out it is just being a goal trying to get pictures so the crime scene is utterly and completely lost yeah and one of the things about Alaska almost said bestseller is that it was a train down there were about thirty trains everyday that went through there and so by this time unless this person was local and may be hiding out locally by all accounts the murder had probably have to train was out of there right time but they don't go on they didn't realize this until they'd already released some blood hounds they search the countryside there was like a pretty pretty big search to find whoever did this and they didn't find anybody so the town is just terrified town of two thousand people eight including six children just been murdered with an axe in your town and now the sun starting to go down and nobody's been caught all right so let's take a break and we'll come back and talk about suspect number one right after this Albuquerque international son port I've forty both directions not seeing any problems at all you're looking good and you're running at speed no issues getting through the big guy I twenty five south Salem well on the on ramp I twenty five south bound to commit you we have an accident it's off.

"hank horton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"hank horton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Of the bedrooms so weird there is a bowl of bloody water that was later found he he washed himself off he washed off the axe although we left it behind any apparently hung out for a little while in the house before leaving sometime before five AM so the murders took place around midnight yeah I think come five AM the house is dark still five AM so that's not the weirdest thing although we're talking about Iowa so plenty of people were up at five including the neighbor a woman named Mary Peckham and she noticed that there wasn't anybody up at the house which was a little odd it was a Monday morning now and by seven she thought it was just downright eerie that there was no sign of life at the house she went over and let the Morris chickens out so that they could pick around and feed she called Joe Moore's store and said Hayes has Joe showed up and found both from the employee that he hadn't and finally one of those two gets in touch with a guy named Ross more Joe Moore's brother and Ross comes over and unlocks the door the front doors locked and he goes inside any comes almost immediately rushing back out calling for the local Marshall to be called yeah basically he gets Hank Horton is the marshals name he gets them on the scene in this this is where things just kind of go berserk it's it's such a small town such a grisly crime any chances of serving a crime scene and this is nineteen twelve I don't even know how much a small town like this knows about preserving a crime scene at the time but any hopes were lost within those first few hours after the discovery because by all accounts there were a hundred or more people that went through that house from a doctor's to corners to investigators who just townspeople right that were allowed to just go in there and check things out yes so the the first group that comes with the the the Marshall hang cordon right was to two doctors and a minister J. Clark Cooper all right great doctor name Jacor Cooper and Edgar and Wesley Ewing who was the minister of the church they were the first contingent to make it into the house after Ross more came running out yeah so they go in and they know enough to not to serve things too much yeah another guy gets brought in LA linguist he's the corner yep hi he tries to take some notes about the crime scene but the person who got the most information was another doctor his name was that's Williams yeah FS Williams was the one who examine the body in a later in quest he had the most details offer about the bodies of positions all that stuff so when those guys walked in they were at least well versed enough to note not disturb things as much as possible or at least more than the towns people knew yeah and F. as Williams allegedly came out of the house pretty shaken and said we don't go in there boys so you'll regret it to your last day yeah and the townspeople said nuts to you we're going inside we want to see some dead bodies and they all regretted it probably to their last day yeah because they they've not only most of the crimes in the pokes around there was supposedly the town drunk took some fragments of Joe Morris goal as mementos like take the crime scene was toast like you said if if you could have ever been preserved was toast and even the local druggist showed up with his camera to help preserve the crime scene because he heard that it the towns people were were tramping all over it and Ross more not understanding what he was doing through the guy out thirties does being a goal trying to get pictures so the crime scene is utterly and completely lost yeah and one of the things about the last guy almost said basilar is that it was a train down there were about thirty trains every day that went through there and so by this time in less this person was local and may be hiding out locally by all accounts the murder had probably have to train was out of there right time but they don they didn't realize this until they had already released some blood hounds they search the countryside there was like a pretty pretty big search to find whoever did this and they didn't find anybody so the time is just terrified town of two thousand people eight including six children just been murdered with an axe in your town and now the sun starting to go down and nobody's been caught all right so let's take a break and we'll come back and talk about suspect number one right after this this.

"hank horton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"hank horton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"I think in the serial killers are psychopaths mode though I've heard of stuff like that before though right like come you get the idea that the you that all the per the murder doesn't want the victim looking at him yeah which may also explain why ash their faces in yeah so the guy apparently hangs out for a little while it does other weird thing so the bacon he grabbed a two pound slab of bacon and for I saw elsewhere that there is another slab of bacon found in the house there was at least one two pound slab of bacon and he wrapped in a dish towel and then left on the floor of one of the bedrooms so weird there is a bowl of bloody water that was later found he he washed himself off he washed off the axe although we left it behind any apparently hung out for a little while in the house before leaving sometime before five AM so the murders took place around midnight yeah and then come five AM the house is dark still five AM so that's not the weirdest thing although we're talking about Iowa so plenty of people were up at five including the neighbor a woman named Mary Peckham and she noticed that there wasn't anybody up at the house which was a little odd it was a Monday morning now and by seven she thought it was just downright eerie that there was no sign of life at the house she went over and let the Morris chickens out so that they could pick around and feed she called Joe Moore's store and said Hayes has Joe showed up and found both from the employee that he hadn't and finally one of those two gets in touch with a guy named Ross more Joe Moore's brother and Ross comes over and unlocks the door the front doors locked and he goes inside any comes almost immediately rushing back out calling for the local Marshall to be called yeah and basically he gets Hank Horton is the marshals name he gets them on the scene in this this is where things just kind of go berserk it's it's such a small town such a grisly crime any chances of of preserving a crime scene and this is nineteen twelve I don't even know how much a small town like this knows about preserving a crime scene at the time but any hopes were lost within those first few hours after the discovery because by all accounts there were a hundred or more people that went through that house from doctors to corners to investigators who just townspeople right that were allowed to just go in there and check things out yeah so the the person group that comes with the the the Marshall hang cordon right was it to two doctors and a minister J. Clark Cooper all right great doctor name Jacor Cooper and Edgar Huff and Wesley Ewing who was the minister of the church they were the first contingent to make it into the house after Ross more came running out yeah so they go in and they know enough to not to serve things too much yeah another guy gets brought in LA linguist he's the corner yep hi he tries to take some notes about the crime scene but the person who got the most information was another doctor his name was and that's William DFS Williams was the one who examine the body in a later in quest he had the most details offer about the bodies of positions all that stuff so when those guys walked in they were at least well versed enough to note sure not disturb things as much as possible or at least more than the towns people knew yeah N. F. as Williams allegedly came out of the house pretty shaken and said we don't go in there boys you'll regret it to your last day yeah and the townspeople said not to you we're going inside we want to see some dead bodies and they all regretted it probably to their last day yeah because they they've not only mess of the crimes in the pokes around there was supposedly the town drunk took some fragments of Joe Morris goal as mementos like that the crime scene was toast like you said if if you could have ever been preserved was toast and even the local druggist showed up with this camera to help preserve the crime scene because he heard that the townspeople were were tramping all over it in Ross more not understanding what he was doing through the guy out thought is just being a goal trying to get pictures so the crime scene is utterly and completely lost yeah and one of the things about Alaska mustard basilar is that it was a train down there were about thirty trains everyday that went through there and so by this time in less this person was local and may be hiding out locally by all accounts the murder had probably have to train was out of there right time but they don they didn't realize this until they'd already released some blood hounds they search the countryside there was like a pretty pretty big search to find whoever did this and they didn't find anybody so the time is just terrified Turner to thousand people eight including six children just been murdered with an axe in your town and now the sun's starting to go down and nobody's been caught all right so let's take a break and we'll come back and talk about suspect number one right after this from the.

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"hank horton" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"hank horton" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Still answer girls before exiting the home he mentioned that before opened the opening the bedroom door and making the discovery nothing in the home seemed like it was out of place and he also couldn't offer any information about possible enemies the family may have had a witness number eight was fenwick more and this was another more brother there were several brothers in the mix here uh his testimony was not particularly illuminating he indicated that he really didn't know anything about his brother's business or if he had any enemies and he was dismissed from the stand pretty quickly the ninth witness was marshall hank horton and the marshalls testimony was really brief he basically said he'd been contacted by silly to go into the more home he corroborated entering the house with sally and then again with the doctors witness number ten was leaving guilder and this was designs nephew but he also did not have a whole lot of information to impart he had briefly been considered a suspect because he had some kind of shady uh happenings in his background his record was not entirely clean but he was cleared pretty early on witness eleven was another more brother harry more and he also had really nothing new to add in the proceedings like fenwick his other brother he had neither knowledge of tapie's business nor of any possible ill intentions against him witness twelve was blanche cylinder and remember this was lena on his older sister she was the one that had spoken with desire over the phone about the girl sleeping over at the more house and she was the one that kind of said yeah i think that will be fine i will tell my parents and a 13th witness was a joseph still injure so lena and either ida's father he also didn't know of anyone who might commit such a crime and he indicated that his wife had to the more several times in the morning the morning that the.

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"hank horton" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"hank horton" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"And when ross more arrived at the home of his brother's family he shouted and he knocked he attempted to peer into the house through the windows but they were covered and he got neither reaction nor information like he couldn't there was nothing so eventually he went through his keys until he found the one that unlock the door like he had a copy of their key but it took him a little while to sort out which when it was mary peckham was there with ross more but she didn't venture passed the porch and into the house the surviving more brother didn't go past the second room of the house he opened the door to the bedroom are off the parlor and he immediately saw the bodies of two children on the bed as well as an enormous amount of blood he went back to the porch ends hold mary pack them to call the police yeah and this is a very small i mean by today's standard home so the bottom floor was only three rooms it was like a parlor the front room this small bedroom and a kitchen so after they raised an alert us city marshall hank horton responded he quickly arrived on the scene and his investigation of the house revealed that in addition to the two bodies ross more had seen the young still injured sisters there were six more bodies upstairs the entire more family in their guests had been killed in their beds blues about nine in the morning when the county coroner finally got there and took a look at the situation he later reviewed his findings with the sheriff in the marshall and then he called a coroner's jerry to the home so once word spread of what had happened uh in a small community these things do spread rather quickly many townspeople made their way to the scene in this ended up being a real problem we've talked about similar things happening before with crime scene so.

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"hank horton" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"hank horton" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"Where he sees the news nothing good so mary waited on the porch while ross went into the parlor he found iena and llinas bodies in the bedroom in a guest bedroom on the bed the ross at that point and that's on the first floor on the first floor yeah so ross at this point calls to mary and says pay go get hank horton he was kind of like the police chief used the the primary peace officer of the town at the time bear the shomar schartau watch runaway iraq audio some some something some the person in charge basically we were those those words you've gotta do drove also we'll see what happens is you know ross minds bodies so ps you know either goes back out or cost mary and says go get hank and then ross waves from all the reporting i can see waits until hank shows up and either mary called her there's not the details are not clear here on how hank got saw their yes she went and ran to get him or she called or what but he was somehow summoned from europe i'm gonna guess was phone call either because i would guess that as well but i dunno where hank well i mean maybe hank lived to doors down and so she was like mary scan down report anyway hank gets back tank and mary and ross all go in to the house and upstairs they find the entire more family had also been bludgeoned to death i didn't say that i wanna an llinas bodies showed signs being bunge death but there you go early been bludgeoned to death and as had the entire more family go up here with their virtual worlds or we could pick up the covers over brutes.

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