Heh freaky!!! But it's not the first time I've heard about something like this.
I was in Sri Lanka last year. We got to meet a lot of people and whilst dining at a local's house we were joined by his cousin who was a local police
sergeant. He had just come from a house which was covered in blood where there was no sign of crime and where the householder had just "discovered"
My wife is a blood scientist, so when he told us about this we were interested. We asked all the usual questions, "Could it be murder? Is it animal
blood? Was it dried?" The sergeant could not explain it - he kept saying that everyone was absolutely baffled. It appeared to be a case almost
identical to the one reported here. I still keep in touch with a couple of guys out there. As far as I know this still hasn't been solved.
The blood was the old lady's, at least genetically . . . A doppelganger copied her, and tried to take her over during the night . . . the husband
and wife woke up, and killed the imposter, but couldn't explain the blood; so they disposed of the body and called the cops, knowing that no one
could explain it. A classic doppelganger confrontation!
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