Is Michael Myers Stalking Victims in Omaha, Nebraska Now?
It appears Michael Myers has left Haddonfield, Illinois, and is now stalking and assaulting victims in Omaha, Nebraska.
Three people in Omaha have reportedly been chased by a man in a white mask carrying a hammer this week.
According to Dakota News Now, all three incidents occurred on Monday evening, (October 23). Authorities were first notified around 6:00 PM when they were called to the area of 105th Street and Mockingbird Drive.
The first victim told police the Myers-looking suspect was armed with a hammer, and demanded she give him her cellphone. I guess Michael Myers does speak after all, who knew?
The second call came about 15 minutes later, Dakota News Now reports this incident happened in the neighborhood of 90th and L Street. Again, the suspect was armed with a hammer and chased the victim for a short distance. The report doesn't state whether the suspect was slowly, and methodically pursuing the victim, or if he was indeed running after the person. Either way, when the victim returned to the location where the pursuit first began, the Myers-looking suspect had smashed the window of his vehicle.
The third incident occurred just after 7 PM that evening near a residence in the vicinity of 102nd and Harrison Street. According to the Dakota News Now story, the suspect assaulted a man walking in the neighborhood. The victim told police that his wallet had been stolen.
In all three cases, the victims said the suspect involved was wearing what appeared to be a white Michael Myers-looking Halloween mask. It also appears as if this Myers suspect is no longer driving the legendary Smiths Grove Warren County Sanitarium station wagon. All three victims in the Omaha cases reported seeing the suspect either arrive or departe the scene in a gray or silver-colored sedan.
Omaha police are still investigating and asking the public for their assistance in providing any additional information that could help them track down the Myers-looking suspect responsible for all three assaults.
Here's a thought, maybe they should consult Dr. Sam Loomis, he might know where to find him.
Source: Dakota News Now
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