Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Someone in Michigan is Absolutely Heartless

A human-sized heart was found at a car wash in Paw Paw, Michigan. The owner, who discovered it in a corner of one of the car washing bays, says it is not the first time body parts have been left there (! - wha-at!?) but it is the first time a heart has been. Animal parts have been discovered at the car wash before.

Authorities took it first to a veterinarian, who was unable to determine if it was human or not, so they took it to a cardiologist who could only tell them its size was "consistent" with that of a human's. The heart is now in the hands of forensic scientists, but Paw Paw police do not know when they will hear the results.

"If it's a human heart... then where's the body?" the police chief asked.

© C Harris Lynn, 2008

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