Colorado Police Find Human And Animal Bones Used In Occult Rituals

occultThis is why you should never look in Grandpa’s shed. The Denver Post reports:

Lakewood police are investigating what they suspect are human and animal remains believed to have been used for occult worship.

Officers were called on Oct. 17 to the 1200 block of Kline Street where a cleaning crew hired made the discovery, said Steve Davis, Lakewood police spokesman. The bones were found in a shed, along with candles, bottles, chains and a crucifix.

The former owner of the home left the country in 1998 and has since died, police said. Investigators talked to people who knew the man, including at least one family member, who indicted he was an occultist, Davis said.

“It’s all very strange,” Davis said.

The items in question in the shed were extremely soiled, covered in multiple layers of dust and appeared to have been undisturbed for more than 15 years.

3 Comments on "Colorado Police Find Human And Animal Bones Used In Occult Rituals"

  1. jasonpaulhayes | Oct 24, 2013 at 11:20 am |

    Human bones doesn’t indicate anyone was harmed and occultism doesn’t indicate anything sinister… perhaps just a little beastly.

  2. DeepCough | Oct 24, 2013 at 2:01 pm |

    Can’t imagine the skeletons in this guy’s closet.

  3. Gilles de Laval | Dec 19, 2013 at 9:58 pm |

    So what? Sale and ownership of human and animal bones is completely legal, you can buy skulls on eBay or This is such a non-story.

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