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Montgomery Sheriff Joe Sampson said no criminal charges are planned because investigators found no indication of foul play.
Sampson also said he has never run into any problems at the Villisca house before Friday.
"We can only speculate’’ about what happened, he said about Laursen, who was at the Ax Murder House with "a couple of others.’’
"These people (paranormal investigators) are at the house all the time,’’ Sampson said. "They set up their equipment and everything.’’
The home’s owner, Martha Linn, 77, who is a widow, said she has two tour guides who handle the overnight stays at the house, which has no electricity.
"I have these all the time,’’ she said about paranormal "investigative teams’’ visiting the home. "They all hope something will come to them. ... Sometimes they like to tempt fate.’’
Linn said nothing like Friday’s injury has ever occurred at the house during her ownership.
"They all hope something will come to them. ... Sometimes they like to tempt fate.’’
originally posted by: CagliostroTheGreat
a reply to: the owlbear
Lots of people carry knives. I carry a knife. Regardless of his mental stability that point is moot. Knives are everywhere. If he wasn't carrying the knife with him he could have gotten it from an on-site kitchen, who knows. I wonder why he stabbed himself though. You would think if he were trying for a suicide he would have been a bit more diligent in his attempt... Who knows, weird stuff going down there man... weird stuff indeed.
originally posted by: nukedog
A part of me wishes this is one of those people that smack talk ghosts, looking for a reaction and got one.