Friday, June 14, 2019

The Texas Ranch Scarecrow Murders






















Click here to learn the chilling truth at SNOPES.COM.

And click here for Skeleton Country.

6 comments:

Jay's Shadow said...

That is hilarious!
I would be SO honored to have a prop of mine end up on snops.com.

Theo said...

hahaha... right when I think I've seen this for the last time it shows up HERE!

that snopes page is nuts but my favorite part of this whole conspiriacy is still the arguments on reddit over its authenticity.

"I' pretty sure that's an actual human corpse though...crowes aren't scared off by the hip-bones or spinal column, it's the shape or suggestion of a person that does it, so why would there be such realistic decomposed features if that was a fake, instead of a pair of jeans and a shirt stuffed with hay... the legs more than likely became detached through a combination of weakness from decomposition and wild animals able to reach that part of the body.."

Rot said...

I'm inclined to think that Snopes is some kind of front for some giant cover-up and you have some part in the cover up.

I'm pretty sure that scarecrow is made from a real body.

VenomStorm said...

That is really funny. Great overall story.

Sean said...

Sounds like those folks on haunt forums who say they want to leave a plastic skeleton in the basement, buried in the yard...so forth.

Willow Cove said...

So funny...
Factcheck!
Soon there will be questions of authenticity of a supposed video of a witch carrying a jack o' lantern in a graveyard with a baby hellspawn in it...I've seen the video. its real....