Just another casual night at Wesleyan.
I really have no idea what is happening, but it appears that a deer head was found at the bottom of the stop sign between Exley and Clark. Between last month’s sheep carcasses and all the squirrel violence, Middletown seems to be overrun with bizarre animal happenings as of late. A quick interview with a witness appears above.
Deer head spotted on crosswalk. @wesleying #WTF yfrog.com/h4msbspj
— Mr. Adán (@NXTPA) December 6, 2012
Miranda Haymon ’16 explains the scene: “I saw four police cars outside of Clark and I thought, hmm, who’s going to the hospital on a Wednesday night? RATCHET! But then, I realized that they were taking an empty bag out of one of the police car trunks and then SHIT GOT REAL!”
A picture of the deer head appears past the jump. (It’s somewhat graphic, though there’s no blood or anything.)
Update: This post has gotten nearly 600 views in half an hour. Who can tell us where the deer head came from?
Update 2: I just called PSAFE. An officer basically just told me that he’s been sitting at a desk all night and doesn’t really know anything about it / can’t comment on it right now. I will call again tomorrow to try and get more info.
Update 3: Despite growing suspicion relating to a recent venison feast (described in this interview), a resident of [removed on request] assures Wesleying, “Don’t be starting rumors, we have nothing to do with the deer head.”
Update 4: This zinger just in from BZOD, who’s actually abroad in Chile, ha ha ha: “God dammit, I KNEW something fell out of my backpack on my way home from SciLi.”
Update 5: We forgot to reference The Godfather in this post. Sorry.
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does the video have a laugh track?
do we know if it’s a fresh deer head or a taxidermy one? it looks kind of stuffed in the photo.
ok, seriously what is wrong with some people at this school
Miranda you are a wordsmith and I love you. Also, I must have walked by this without noticing–the curse of smartphones.