Welcome To Mc Ebisco

Woman found dead with python around neck

Download Mc Ebisco News App.

Now Available On:

A 36-year-old woman has been found dead with a python wrapped around her neck in a home in the mid-western US state of Indiana, which housed around 140 snakes, police said.

The body of Laura Hurst was discovered on Wednesday in the house in Oxford, a state police spokesman, Sergeant Kim Riley, said in a statement.

ALSO READ:  No chill As Wife Arrest Husband With His Manhood After Catching Him Cheating With A Young Girl (Photos)

Hurst, of Battle Ground, Indiana, had an eight-foot (2.4-meter) reticulated python wrapped around her neck.


Medics attempted to revive her but their efforts were unsuccessful.

“She appears to have been strangled by the snake,” Riley told the Lafayette Journal & Courier newspaper. “We do not know that for a fact until after the autopsy.”

ALSO READ:  Lagos pardons 14 inmates, converts 14 death row to life imprisonment

The home with the snake collection was owned by the Benton County sheriff, Don Munson, who lived next door, the Journal & Courier said, and Hurst kept about 20 of her own snakes there.

Munson, who found Hurst’s body, told the newspaper that her death appeared to be a “tragic accident.”

ALSO READ:  Kogi Guber: PPA Senatorial Candidate, Egwu Mathias joins PDP, supports Wada

Pythons are a non-venomous family of snakes found in Africa, Asia, and Australia that encompasses more than 30 species, including some of the largest snakes in the world.

They typically grasp prey with sharp, backward-curving teeth before squeezing them tightly to induce a heart attack.

DOWNLOAD The Mc Ebisco News Mobile App Here


Have any Question or Comment?

Leave a Reply


Get Latest Mc Ebisco News Alert!

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Read Latest News



Contact Us Here

Watch Mc Ebisco Comedy

Translate »