On October 8th, 1976, 16-year-old Curtis Skoog was busy mowing the yard at his family’s home in rural Benton County, Indiana when his father, Norman Skoog, passed by on his combine. Shortly after, Norman pulled into the driveway, this time in his pickup truck along with Curtis’ grandfather, Everett Daulton, who lived nearby. Knowing something must be wrong, Curtis approached the truck to see a white cardboard box sitting in the bed.
Norman had spent the day harvesting his “back 40,” acres of corn along Benton County Road 200 South. Around 5pm, while harvesting in a remote spot about a mile-and-a-half from the Skoog home, he made a bizarre discovery. A white cardboard box wrapped in tape and rope sat on the ground roughly nine rows deep in the field, approximately 15 yards off of the gravel road. Norman had nearly ran over the box with his combine. When he got out to investigate the box, he realized it was far too heavy for him to lift alone. He left on his combine to get his father-in-law and his pickup. Together, they loaded the box into the bed of the truck and drove it to the Skoog home.
Curtis was first to notice the pungent odor of cheap perfume coming from within the box. Using a pocket knife, he sliced open a section of the box to find a broken vial of perfume lying atop something wrapped in layers of plastic. Concerned what may be inside, Norman phoned police. He told Curtis to return the vial to the box and wait for the Sheriff to arrive.
Sheriff Donal Steely arrived at the Skoog home a short time later to inspect the suspicious package. As he began to cut into the thick sheets of heavy plastic and rope, a new foul smell wafted out of the box. Steely decided he should contact the State Police before proceeding any further. Indiana State Police arrived and opened the box. Beneath the layers of plastic sheeting and rope, they discovered the body of a woman. The body was taken to the local coroners office, and later an autopsy was preformed in Lafayette, Indiana.
It was concluded that the woman’s cause of death was from a small caliber single gunshot wound at the base of her neck fired at close range. The bullet was never recovered. Her death was estimated to have occurred 7-10 days before being found, but it was noted that very little decomposition had occurred.
She was found in the fetal position with her knees pressed firmly against her chest. Her body was bound with rope and her hands were tied under her knees. Her head and face were wr... keep reading on reddit ➡
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> Zion Williamson sits with 34 points on 12/18 shooting.
> That'll be his 25th straight game with 20+ points while shooting 50% from the field. That ties Shaq for the longest such streak in the shot-clock era (since 1954-55) per @EliasSports.
Impressive streak from Zion. His offense has been incredibly consistent.
I’m not sure when this streak will end really. But he’s now looking to break Shaq’s record in his next game.
I'm paraphrasing here, but there is an aptitude test that professional athletes are put through to test their ability to determine the number of repetitions needed for them to "get it", as well as their ability to recall these information after a while. 6500 tests were administered historically, and Justin Fields scored the highest ever at 130. Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen scored a 108 on this exam, and typically anything over 100 is really good.
Source. He was talking about this in an interview with Pat McAfee.
Edit: Here's an example of what a report for this test would look like. I also would like to clarify that Fields scored the highest for the "Learning Efficiency" section, not the Full Scale Score.
Read a lot about people complaining that Jokic doesn't get calls so I went to look into it. According to NBA.com stats, Jokic has 196 shot attempts in the paint and 324 paint touches. . This is within 10 FGA of Zion Williamson at 206. Yet Jokic has only attempted 20 FT from the paint fouls. This constitutes as getting fouled while in the paint and not driving to the rim.
Some players with the same or more FT attempts from paint fouls: Bruce Brown (26), Serge Ibaka (24), Gordon Hayward (20), Danilo Gallinari (20), Taj Gibson (22), and Josh Okogie (20.)
The only players who get fouled less frequently are Thaddeus Young (5 fouls on 275 paint touches) and Nikola Vucevic (8 fouls on 271 paint touches.)
After his trade to the Celtics, some have been awaiting his debut.
He finishes it with 0 points and also shot 0-10 from the field in 32 minutes played.
On September of 2018, a chartered plane dropped Glenn Field and his three german shepherds at Rolfe Lake in Northwest Territories, Canada. The 62 year old man arrived there for camping. In April of 2019, another pilot reported seeing him while flying over the area. The location of the lake in a remote area with no road access might explain the pilot's or the investigators' certainty about the identity of the man. This sighting is the last known one.
In October of 2019, an aerial search of the area was performed and the RCMP visited his campsite to find the wooden tent poles on the ground, suggesting that Field had packed. His campsite seemed orderly and there was no evidence of foul play. His canoe, tent, supplies dogs were missing and RCMP believes that Field wanted to either move the campsite or to go back to Yellowknife, the capital and the biggest city in Northwest Territories.
Some Prince George Citizen newspaper claims that Field could be in Prince George, British Columbia. I failed to find any public evidence or official statements to corroborate this, and it seems based on the fact that this man had ties to the place.
I assume that flight records were the first thing RCMP looked into, and if Field is assumed to have gone missing in Rolfe Lake that's because there is no evidence of him boarding a plane. Field could have made it to Yellowknife by hiking around 23 miles or 37 km to the Great Slave Lake and canoed from there for 143 miles or 230 km. If that had been the man's plan, he wouldn't have left his tent poles behind as such a long trip would have required camping for several nights. The most likely explanation is that he moved his tent to the new site leaving the poles behind because there was not enough space in his canoe, but the his idea was to come back for them later. Somewhere along the way, Field got attacked by an animal, drowned, got incapacitated or perished due to natural causes, but his remains, his dogs and his belongings haven't been spotted yet because this area is very rarely visited.
[Yellowknife RCMP end search for 63-year-old missing on the land](https://www.cbc.ca/news/cana... keep reading on reddit ➡
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