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Missing Texas man was eaten by his own dogs, police say

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“Never have we ever, or anyone we’ve spoken to, heard of an entire human being consumed [by dogs],” said a local police deputy.
 
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A missing person investigation in Johnson County has ended with the revelation that a 57-year-old man was completely eaten by his dogs. Katie Johnston reports.

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