The Lenoir County Coroner named the body of a young adult female who died in a one-vehicle accident in Lenoir on Monday morning.
The killer’s name is a pun on a number of other keywords.
I’ve never heard of the term “death-ridden” in this context because it doesn’t seem so familiar to me. If I had, I would’ve coined it to describe an individual who was being held in a death-ridden state for more than a couple of days because he was not a man.
In fact, Lenoir County has just been named the state of the art murder capital of the nation.
The death of this woman in the car was not an accident. The accident happened when she tried to change lanes on the highway to get away from the other driver. This is the sort of thing that happens every day on the road. Thats why a death-ridden state is a state that has enough death to be named the best for murder.
This is a very disturbing story. Not only was a man not killed by the accident, but he was even able to get away. It’s a very different story from most of the other obituaries we’ve read. Lenoir County has just been named the best murder capital in the nation.
We’ve been talking about this kind of thing over and over, but the sad thing is that many of these stories are almost impossible to come by. The obituaries we get are almost always from very local newspapers, with a lot of space to note obvious missing persons and other unusual details.
There is one case, however, where we can find a complete obituary with details about a real person. This is the story of John Wilson, who was killed by a drunk driver who had his car smashed into the back of his truck in Lenoir County, but was able to take off before it was too late. The driver of the truck was arrested, and the vehicle was found to have been stolen from the back of a house.
If you haven’t heard about the case, you should. It’s a story that’s been floating around the internet for years now. It involves a real person and a real tragedy. The driver of the truck was named John Wilson, and the driver of the truck in which you might find the obituary is our own John Wilson, who was killed last year.
The original obituary was written by an unknown writer in the 1800s, but in the 1940s, a man named John Wilson was diagnosed with a brain tumor and was given three months to live. The man who wrote the obituary was so distraught that he wrote it out in three days.