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Kentucky woman, 67, believed to have been eaten by her own wolf-dogs

Kentucky woman 67 believed to have been eaten: msnbc.commsnbc.com
Tuesday, 24 September 2013

A human skull and jawbone were found on the property of a missing Kentucky woman who authorities said Monday may have been eaten by some of the dozens of hybrid wolf-dogs she kept in her yard.
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