Seventeen Severed Human Heads Are Discovered At Chicago’s O’Hare Airport

Seventeen Severed Human Heads Are Discovered At Chicago’s O’Hare Airport
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A gruesome discovery was made at Chicago’s O’Haire International Airport on Monday, as 17 severed human heads were found, leaving many questions unanswered.

Chicago Sun-Times reported that authorities say no foul play was suspected, which doesn’t make any damn sense, because 17 severed human heads were found. Doesn’t that automatically point to foul play?

Investigators said that the human heads are medical specimens, and that is why foul play is not suspected.

According to reports, the human heads were still covered in skin.


The U.S. Customs and Border Protection were investigating the matter, but declined to comment on the situation.

Hopefully they were transported on a flight with a decent amount of head room.

Stephen Willard | Elite.

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