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Are the Spam murders true?

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Is this real?

its a video i found on youtube creep me out :(

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Okay then! Some things don't jive with me.

First of all, if a Spam addiction was the cause of the murders, then we should make sure no native Hawai'ians leave the islands from here on out. They eat it in abundance. :rolleyes:

Second, I can't find any information on this so-called murder other than this silly video. This raises red flags for me.

Third, I don't see how one measly can of Spam can crush three skulls. The video claimed one can was bloody and dented. Since the cans Spam comes in aren't shaped like cans which veggies come in, I can't imagine one little can having the strength to crush one skull, let alone three. Of course I could be wrong about this.

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Thanks Lady Kasey I was thinking the same but its just the video freaked the hell out of me! maybe it was just the background music that made it all so so creepy

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Yeah that music was annoying so I muted it.

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Looks legit, but how the hell can a spam can crush skulls?

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Jacqui Landrum is mentioned here, no mention of the murders.

GAZZARRI DANCERS. COM

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