May 27, 2004
When ...Something... Attacks

In the "just-when-you-thought-it-didn't-get-any-weirder" category, we have The Case of the Blood Spattered House:

Police called in bloodstain experts and specially trained dogs when they arrived at the Stacys' home Tuesday to find gore splattered in the kitchen and several other rooms, mostly on the floors and low on the walls.

Thing is, both of these people were home the whole time, and they apparently heard and saw nothing. Of course, they're in their 90s, so anything is possible. However, both are completely fine, with no obvious injuries. The blood is human, so it's not like a wounded possum was wandering around or anything.

Still, something's very fishy (as it were) here. Houses don't normally bleed human blood. Well, most houses don't anyway. Maybe the Amityville Horror has decided to go into retirement?

Posted by scott at May 27, 2004 11:11 AM

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It was Mrs. Stacy's blood.

Tests performed Monday determined the blood came from Viola Stacy and was caused by an arterial hemorrhage on a lower portion of her leg.

Scott County Sheriff's Capt. Mike Brown said Viola Stacy, 90, didn't realize she was bleeding. He said the hemorrhage could have been as small as a pinhole, but could have shot blood out at a forceful rate

getting old sucks.

Posted by: Liz Ditz on May 28, 2004 12:58 PM
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