Man Dies After Falling Into An Industrial Tire ShredderToddler Found Frozen To Death On Front Porch Of Her HomeCouple Accused Of Beating Three Children, Forcing Them To Eat Dog FecesMorgue Worker Accused Of Having Sex With Corpse Of Reality TV StarFive Teens Accused Of Raping 13-Year-Old GirlTeen Gouged Out Both Of Her Eyeballs Outside South Carolina ChurchWoman Dies After Teen Extended Car Jack Inside Her VaginaMan Accused Of Killing Ex-Girlfriend And Three Others At Pennsylvania Car WashTeenage Teaching Assistant Accused Of Molesting 17 Children

A truly horrific story of an African-American man whose dead body was dragged with a rope for more than 10 miles behind a truck. According to police, the victim, 30-year old Anthony Hill, died from a single gunshot wound to the head and was apparently dead before his body was dragged and mangled. Deputies followed a 10-mile trail of blood and gore left on several roads leading to the rural home of Gregory Collins of Newberry County. For three hours, Collins refused to come out of his home. A SLED SWAT team finally fired tear gas into the home, forcing Collins to surrender. He was arrested and charged with murder. This story reminded me of a documentary I watched quite a few years back of another African-American man who was walking home one night when some assholes decided to end his life. But unlike Hill, that victim was dragged to his death. For the life of me, I cannot remember the name of the guy this morning, but I do remember the investigators describing and showing the images of the trail left behind on the paved road. A line made up of a soft brown substance stretched for miles and at first the investigators did not know what it was. Then they realized the substance was the victim’s flesh. That story still haunts me.

Help The Dreamin Demon go ad free! Support us on Patreon!
RELATED:
Randy Janzen Allegedly Made Facebook Post Confessing To The Murder Of Wife, Daughter, Sister
Tags:

Comments


The views expressed in the comments are those of the comment writers and don't represent the views or opinions of D'D or its staff. Feel free to flag comments that may violate conditions outlined in our Disclaimer.