The case of the disappearing hearse

“I bet Mom had someone come and take it, because she doesn’t want to leave. She was a prankster.” That was the reaction of the son of the deceased after it was discovered that his mother’s hearse had been stolen during her funeral.  

Apparently no one noticed that the hearse had been stolen until the procession carried the coffin out of church and towards the spot where the hearse had been parked.

It is not clear whether any supernatural powers were involved, but the Tampa Tribune reports that a San Antonian man has been charged with the theft.

And where was the San-Antonian hearse found?  Not in the basement of the Alamo.

The hearse thief drove more than 100 miles to Junction, Texas where he was caught committing a dine-and-dash for a burger.

 

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~ by siouxsielaw on January 30, 2014.

One Response to “The case of the disappearing hearse”

  1. I love Pee Wee’s Big Adventure. Tim Burton directed that movie.

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