Someone Left a Headless Dead Rooster at the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Justice Center

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Black magic at the Juvenile Justice Center? Perhaps. Tune in this afternoon with 19 Action News first at four to find out!

Just kidding. But that promo from Northeast Ohio's own tabloid news is bound to make its way to air today.

Scott Taylor reports that Sheriff officials
confirmed that a box containing clothes and a headless rooster was found outside Cuyahoga County's own money pit this morning. No word yet on what it means or who left it their, but the investigation is just getting started.

Scene's Adventure News Team did some investigating of our own this morning, and the exhaustive and intensive search (read: Googling for 10.2 seconds) shows that the tactic of leaving a decapitated rooster outside the entrance to a business or home could be Black Magic. Seriously. As if the place wasn't cursed enough already. The county will now probably have to spend thousands of dollars on reversing whatever Voodoo plague was set upon the building. Just add it to the bill.

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