HomeAbout The ShowShow NewsListen NowListen NowContact

August 22nd, 2011
Might Not Want to Take that South of the Border Vacation

More than 41,000 people have died in violence linked to Mexico's organized crime gangs since President Felipe Calderon launched a military crackdown on them in December 2006, according to media counts and official figures

Now, in addition to mass graves filled with the bodies of murdered tourists, headless corpses have been turning up all over the seaside town, according to Mexican authorities.

The death toll includes "two decapitated and scalped bodies" that were cut up into pieces and left outside a Sam's Club, and three other headless bodies left in a car parked by the main tourist drag.

Nobody knows where the heads have gone, but the faces and scalps of the "two decapitated and scalped bodies" were stuffed into a purse and left at the scene.

Not really the kind of thing that a typical Sam's Club shopper's looking for (i.e. gigantic jars of mayonnaise and 50 count boxes of frozen pizza).




Submit a comment

Website & Contents © Walton & Johnson | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Contact Us

Powered by BubbleUp, Ltd.

W&J on Twitter.comW&J on Facebook.com