Read more

snake attack

A 36-year-old woman in Oxford, Indiana, was recently found dead in a makeshift "snake sanctuary" that was home to 140 snakes. The victim, Laura Hurst, was found lifeless on the floor of the home with a reticulated python around her neck. It's a bizarre story from top to bottom, and it starts with the home's owner, who happens to be the local sheriff.

As the Journal & Courier reports, Benton County Sheriff Don Munson owns the home but doesn't actually live there. He's apparently a snake enthusiast and was (or perhaps still is) a snake breeder who sells the animals. Hurst is reported to have owned some of the snakes in the house, and Munson lives right next door.

Continue reading...

BGR Top Deals:

  1. 10 deals you don’t want to miss on Saturday: $100 off DNA test, $50 off Bose headphones, $189 Apple Watch, more
  2. Black Friday came early for Amazon’s 2 most popular products of all time

Trending Right Now:

  1. The Google Maps feature we’ve been waiting for is finally available to all Android users
  2. The critics have spoken about Apple TV+, now here’s what actual users think
  3. Google acquires Fitbit for $2.1 billion

Woman found dead in a house with 140 snakes was seemingly strangled by a python originally appeared on BGR.com on Sat, 2 Nov 2019 at 16:18:55 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.



* This article was originally published here