Teletubbies sought for Questioning in Rev. Jerry Falwell's Death

Funny story written by Robert W. Armijo

Wednesday, 16 May 2007

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Teletubbies were seen in the vicinity

Lynchburg, Virginia - Police have just reopened the Falwell death case, ruling it death under suspicious circumstances instead of by natural causes as first reported after the Teletubbies were seen in the vicinity just hours before the internationally known Reverend was found unconscious in his office.

Witnesses reported seeing a car filled with multi-colored strange looking fat men with aerial antennas on the their heads and TV sets where their bellies should be driving around town in the area near where Falwell had eaten out earlier in the day.

Later it was reported they were spotted in the multi-level parking structure adjacent to Falwell's office.

Police investigators confirm that security cameras did catch all four Teletubbies driving into the multi-level parking structure but refused further comment on the matter citing that they were not at liberty to comment on an ongoing investigation.

An office worker in the same building where Falwell office is located, reported seeing one of the Teletubbies get out of the car.

"I saw this Purple looking thingy get out of the car, walk around to the back and get something out of the trunk and put it in it's purse, " said Wayne Jones, office worker. "I couldn't say for sure what it was because I was just pulling up in my car, but it looked like a gun."

If these initial reports turn out to be true, the police would have no problem establishing a motive for murder for the Purple Teletubbie as Farwell did attempt to bring about a boycott against the Teletubbie Show in the late 1990's claiming the Purple one was gay.

Stay tuned for updates as this reporter for one is not giving up until he gets to the bottom of this story.

UPDATE -- See Story: Teletubbies Now Declared 'Persons of Interest'

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