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Bah humbug! We certainly hope the personwho stole this life-size Santafrom a porch isn’t expecting anything but coal this year for Christmas.

A Louisiana manallegedly dismemberedhis parents and dissolved their body parts in acid after spending what seemed to be a nice Thanksgiving with his parents and siblings.

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