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Thursday, November 2, 2017

11 Texas Soldiers Mysteriously Drop Dead

11 Texas Soldiers Mysteriously Drop Dead
All Had One Horrific Thing In Common

Published on Nov 2, 2017

BREAKING: 11 Texas Soldiers Mysteriously Drop Dead, All Had One Horrific Thing In Common

Eleven U.S. Army soldiers have been found dead on and off U.S. military base Fort Hood in Texas under “mysterious circumstances.” While working to determine how nearly a dozen young and healthy men were suddenly dropping dead, investigators found one chilling thing between them that they all had in common, showing this likely wasn’t a coincidence at all.

Over the past three months, police in Fort Hood have been overwhelmed with an unusual number of death investigations, all of whom have been Fort Hood soldiers who are dropping at an alarming rate. The most recent victim was 23-year-old Sgt. Alex Taylor of Texas City, Texas, who was found unresponsive while working Wednesday on the base. Now, the Army’s Criminal Investigations Command is taking a closer look at Taylor’s death, Stars and Stripes reported Friday.

“At this point in the investigative process we do not suspect foul play, but have not completely ruled it out while we conduct a complete and thorough death investigation,” Criminal Investigations spokesman Christopher Grey said.

This response comes after a series of mysterious deaths started piling up, the first one occurring on October 12 and haven’t stopped since. Another soldier was found unresponsive at work in that same month, and each month since, all being discovered in the same strange manner, all of which were healthy one day and dead the next. However, the next three deaths all shared something else in common that make their fatalities different than the first ones.


  1. Ok, what was this thing they had in common? The article builds up to it, repeating itself a few times then stops.

    1. I was wondering the same thing.

    2. They all died.

    3. this click and bait ruins it us all, so sad!

    4. Uh, "they all died"??/ Maybe you should read that last sentence again because they were talking about something OTHER than them dying:
      --,the next three deaths all shared something else in common that make their fatalities different than the first ones.---
      Got it?

  2. Don’t post old news. Nothing but clickbait.