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Horror In Split: Headless Body Found, Then Head


There has been a chilling discovery in the Dalmatian city of Split on Tuesday when a passer-by noticed a floating body in the sea near Zenta port. The resulting search in the sea by police at around 4pm yesterday found the corpse of a man with no head or legs. This morning (Wed) a head was found.

Around ten days ago, it was reported that the lower leg of a white male, approximately 179cm in height, had washed up on Split’s Znjan beach. It has yet to be confirmed if there is any connection with the leg and the body and head that was found yesterday and today. Police are currently investigating the area, reports 24sata.

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