A serial killer, or two, has been discovered in our quaint little seaside community and RNYN8T News was the first on the scene with breaking news this afternoon. From what we have been told by the authorities, it seems that a body or two has been found around a home on the hill daily. Yes, you heard that correctly - daily. It seems that the homeowners did not find this unusual and have only today decided that maybe something should be done and the authorities alerted. With this many deaths, the crime labs believe that they are looking for two subjects. One of the killers wears a black tuxedo and the other has long orange hair.
The first tragic victim of these ruthless killers was found on the front walk of a very pleasant home on Nice Avenue this afternoon. The crime fighters have placed this paper model here so that they can continue to study the crime scene. Those feathers you see are the real thing and may not be appropriate for all viewers. The victim was one Mr. Robert Blue. His family has asked that we respect their privacy in the coming days.
And in the backyard of this once peaceful home, a chalk mark mars the patio in the exact spot where a second body was discovered earlier this evening. The name of this second victim is being withheld, pending the notification of family.
Detectives believe that this birdfeeder belongs to the killer. They believe that it was set in this park-like setting in order for our feathered friends to feast calmly and happily, while unknowingly being lured to a tragic end.
THIS JUST IN! Boots Randolph FitzSimmons was captured this afternoon. After extensive questioning by detectives he has been charged with first degree murder and remains behind bars while awaiting trial. An incredibly quick job by our local law enforcement.
A second subject, a Mr. Thomas O'Malley, thought to be of Irish descent, remains at large. He is considered clawed and dangerous. If you see this individual, please call CrimeStoppers immediately.
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