Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Chicagoland news to talk about: Ghost hunter says Lake County forest preserve is a hot spot for paranormal activity.
McHenry County Sheriff’s deputies doing a well-being check on a Bull Valley homeowner who had not been seen for weeks discovered her home was filled with 91 animals including a dead dog, cat and bird, according to reports. The home was filled with feces according to deputies’ reports. All animals were taken to animal control. The homeowner was located in Park Ridge and the investigation is ongoing. Paranormal investigator Ursula Bielski told the Huffington Post that one of the most interesting haunted spots in Chicago is in Independence Grove forest preserve in Libertyville. According to legend, a girls school once stood on the site and a terrible tragedy occurred there. Clairvoyants say they've seen children screaming and laughing at …
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Homeowner not located in the home but 19 dogs, 11 cats, three rabbits, 55 birds were found alive. Sheriff’s deputies later located the homeowner in Park Ridge and an investigation is ongoing.
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Tuesday, October 30, 2012
McHenry County Sheriff’s deputies doing a well-being check on a Woodstock homeowner who had not been seen for weeks discovered her home was filled with 91 animals including a dead dog, cat and bird, according to reports. Deputies arrived at the home, 8617 Bull Run Trail, Monday to check on the homeowner. Due to the appearance of the home and a strong odor coming from inside, deputies entered the residence, reports stated. While the homeowner was not located, sheriff’s deputies observed several animals in the home with no visible signs of food or water, according to reports. The home was also filled with feces, deputies said. The sheriff’s office contacted McHenry County Animal Control for assistance with the animals within the residence…
Thursday, September 22, 2011
Chicagoland news to talk about: Highland Park bank robbed this morning.
The PNC Bank on Central Avenue in Highland Park was robbed shortly after opening Thursday morning, according to Highland Park Police officers. Details about the crime are still emerging, on the Highland Park Patch. The family of a Berwyn, Illinois teenager who was found dead in a squalid home filled with over 200 animals defended their animal hoarding in an interview with a Chicago television station this week. But Barbara Price, 77-year-old grandmother of the boy, does not see what all the fuss is about. "I came from Minneapolis, Minnesota many years ago, from a hog farm,” Barbara told CBS 2. "I know what filth is. If we lived here all these years, how come suddenly it's deadly? Shouldn't we have died long ago?" The Illinois Department …