“It’s not clear how the man died…natural causes or if a snake was involved.” That’s a quote from the news report below about a man found dead in a Maryland house almost three months ago. From the road, it’s the kind of house you’d drive by and never even notice. However, on the inside? Well, there were 124 venomous and non-venomous snakes. Among the venomous? cobras, rattlesnakes, and black mambas. You know, the holy trinity of reptiles that love to be cuddled <g>.
Well, the Charles County Medical Examiner has issued his cause of death of the deceased 49-year-old man. Wait for it…snake envenomation. Yup, snake bites. How did anyone feel the need to do an autopsy? I think Stevie Wonder could see a collection of the deadliest snakes in the world, a dead man covered in fang puncture wounds, and come to a logical conclusion, yes? <g>