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originally posted by: Kandinsky
a reply to: boncho
Check out this article. I reckon we're seeing urban folklore in the making. False reports followed by emulation and mischief.
It's happened before.
On May 21, 1938, a 21-year-old man from Japan killed 30 people and injured 3 more using a Browning shotgun, a katana sword and an axe. After all the murders, he killed himself with two bullets on his chest. It was one of the wildest nights to remember, the night of the Tsuyama massacre.
But because he came to Caio, also a C (same = A's wife) it is also came from>, certainly is that two people were homecoming has been written that it is now in the direct motive.
It was one of the few survivor who witnessed the incident.
"I Ja' amazing incident. That day out extra newspaper, Ja've been written as" Onikuma incident of Showa "(Taisho era of murders) in large letters. Then, not you write the coverage and novels , I came in various ways, the eagle does not have hand in. even to be incidents of bereaved family now, the story of the incident does not absolutely. people to talk at that time Oran'yo "
First we hear talk about the A's, but Kangaibuka down,
"The other since then, ... whether the stand even 70 years."
In fact, (Matsumi Toy) are also in possession of a gun before, have been seized by the police in the previous two months of the crime.
The event has been nearly 70 years, but the scene of the crime is still regarded as a local off-limits, such as the issue of Kamo-cho history for this event only "event occurs Toi Mu male" word in passing.
Look at what the World has come to, we've got criminals running around in clown suits trying to intimidate people by being demonic.
"She said that the reason she had the knife was for protection for her and her family because she had heard the stories about clowns jumping out of the woods and attacking children," the police report reads.
“We can assure everyone we do not have any rogue clowns running around town.”
The event was another chapter in a strange saga of people in several states recently reporting that creepy clowns have been spotted lurking in their neighbourhoods.
It's everywhere now. A trickle of mysterious clown sightings in August has turned into a gusher that has social media in a frenzy. Creepy clown sightings have spread to dozens of states. Two were reported in Easton within a span of 12 hours Wednesday and Thursday, following reports earlier in the week from Pottsville, Pa., and Huntingdon County, near Harrisburg
Clowning around? The LaGrange Police Department said it received several calls Monday night about clowns in vans in wooded areas trying to speak to children (file photo)
Denial is not a river in Egypt.
The first week of September, neighbors in Winston-Salem, North Carolina said a creepy clown was offering kids candy if they followed him into the woods.
Police in the town later arrested a man they say filed a false report of a clown sighting. - COVER
And in Dublin, Georgia, this week, a driver called police to say he had to swerve a clown that was seen lurking in the middle of the road, although Dublin Police Chief Tim Chatman said there's no evidence it's true.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- Police in North Carolina say someone in a clown costume tried to lure kids into the woods Sunday night.
The incident happened in the 1200 block of East 29th Street off Hwy. 52 about 8:30 p.m.
The 'clown' was described as wearing white overalls, white gloves, red shoes with red bushy hair, a white face and a red nose.
The oldest of clowns can be traced to the Fifth dynasty of Egypt about 4,500 years ago. The Danga, a pygmy that served Pharoah Dadkeri-Assi, was believed to have come from The Land of Ghosts, South of the Sahara. His capering had became very entertaining to the early Egyptian nobility. From this point in time until the 17th century, the tradition of tolerating a fool's honesty had came from the belief that they and madmen wielded divine inspiration.
There are details about this slaughter on wiki which make more sense of the tragedy. He lost his parents at an early age and was raised by his grandma
What do you think of my guy from Bad Axe? There's a teachable moment in that lost incident...or there was for me
With all the police interest – 1950s police interest! – the creature turned himself in and was duly taken down to the station. The resulting ‘mug shot’ is a lost gem of UFO history…
"There was starting to be flying saucer stories, and the idea came from that," Weiss said. "We wanted to take this idea a little further."