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Washington Police Spend All Day Investigating "Murder Scene"...

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  1. The Scarlet Pimp

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    Police Spend All Day Investigating "Murder Scene" That Was Really a Movie Set

    Washington, PA Police Chief J.R. Blyth described it as "the most grisly murder scene in his 35 years in law enforcement." Blood splattered everywhere, a bit of scalp.

    It took his team several hours to realize it was all fake.

    A fire that started in the basement of the George Washington Hotel led to the discovery of the bloody room, where detectives worked eight hours of overtime before realizing that it was actually a movie set.

    Specifically, the leftover set of Corey Haim's slasher New Terminal Hotel, shot in 2008. The room had been preserved in its gory state, according to hotel owner Kyrk Pyros, in case the production company had wanted to do reshoots.

    In the cops' defense, the hotel has been the scene of 12 deaths since 1923, and has a reputation for being haunted. And they had no reason to expect to find gallons of fake blood in a random room. But... still.

    Maybe we should all just be glad they didn't walk in on a scene from
    "The Walking Dead"... They could have been there for weeks.

    Even more...

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...-set-murder-scene-grisly-murder-35-years.html

    http://gizmodo.com/5704184/police-s...ting-murder-scene-that-was-really-a-movie-set
     
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    I think the police were just sitting in there like "OMG THIS IS A MOVIE SET!! Lets stay here and eat some donuts and drink some coffee for a few hours to waste some time.... WAIT!! GO GRAB SOME LAPTOPS SO WE CAN PLAY WoW TOGETHER!!" lol!
     
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    lol this is funny :usa:
     
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    Imagine if they had walked in on the movie being filmed and shot somebody.
     
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    Watchman kills actor Kirk Abella by mistake in Philippines
    Associated Press
    Tuesday, 2 November 2010


    A Philippine village watchman mistook an actor for a real masked gunman, jumped on to his moving motorcycle and fatally shot him in what witnesses thought was part of the filming.

    As the director shouted "Action!", actor Kirk Abella began to speed away on a motorcycle with a masked driver, and the watchman feared he was going to escape, said community police chief Alexis Relado of central Cebu city's Parian district.

    So he grabbed him by the shirt and shot him, Mr Relado said. Many street killings in the Philippines have been perpetrated by motorcycle-riding gunmen.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/w...abella-by-mistake-in-philippines-2122639.html