At Least It Wasn’t His Brain

I know I promised to bring you an update this week on the Dos Palos pterodactyl sightings. Unfortunately, due to my abrupt blog-site change, I haven’t anything new to report. Don’t be discouraged; as soon as there’s news, you’ll find it here.

On a darker note, some titillating news has come my way from the zombie front. Two more acts of live victim cannibalism have been reported since my last post. The first took place in Los Angeles; the second in

Menschenfresserin by Leonhard Kern, 1650

Menschenfresserin by Leonhard Kern, 1650 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Moulder, Arizona. The L.A. “Bath Salt” incident has been well-documented and exploited by the media and only requires that I reference it here. The Moulder event, however, has only received the attention of a small local newspaper, The Chaparral Weekly.

Here are the key points from the Chaparral article. Guy Wibble and his wife Marsha were arrested Wednesday on domestic violence charges. Witnesses said police removed Marsha forcibly from her home and that she had blood on her face and hands. In contrast, her husband held a towel, spotted with blood, wrapped around his hand. Witnesses claimed Guy showed great distress and quoted him as saying, “What’s happened to my wife? Why would she do this? She even swallowed it. Heaven help her.” What she’d done, exactly, was not stated, nor was what she’d swallowed. —I’ve drawn my own conclusions about her mystery snack. What are your thoughts?

None of this would be of interest to me if not for the article’s conclusion: “Mrs. Wibble taught at Moulder Elementary until her retirement last year. Neighbors said she was well liked and had been in high spirits since visiting her sister in Miami the previous week.”

As you know, I’m always on the lookout for links, and Miami is firmly centered on my radar link screen, it being the site of the first “Bath Salts” cannibal attacks. Of course, the Moulder event may be nothing more than an old lady loosing her marbles and going postal, but in lieu of the possibility Mrs. Wibble ingested a piece of Mr. Wibble, I’ll keep an eye on the story and pass along to you my findings.

~Special thanks to “Sparkman” for forwarding me the article~

Till next time—

Believe

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