Written by Dan Cun
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Topics: Osama Bin Laden

Thursday, 7 June 2012

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On Ice?

Unconfirmed reports are alluding that the head of former Al Queda leader Osama Bin Laden is being held in a secure vault at Fort Knox, Texas, packed in dry ice.

This is contradictory to reports that his body was dumped at sea, however the Department of Defense has issued a statement claiming that while Bin Laden's body was buried at sea…that does not necessarily mean his head was attached to that body.

One man who claims to have seen the head said "It arrived around midnight a few months ago, we were all told to be on high alert. Security was doubled and we were all sworn to secrecy. I happened to see a cooler be passed from one guard to another. I thought t was just beers or maybe sodas, but I peaked inside, it was his head!"

Some are speculating that maybe Bin Laden's brain maybe being used in experiments to determine what creates an international terrorist; others believe the head may one day end up in a museum.

In an even more bizarre twist, scientist Karl Krapinburger, an expert on re-animation said "There is a possibility that Bin Laden is not actually dead. That his head has been preserved, meaning that the information he has, locations of terror cells etc can be prized from him, it could explain why so many Al Queda cells and leaders are being easily found nowadays."

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