You Won't Believe What the FBI Uncovered During This Raid
We've seen some pretty crazy collections over the years, from people who collect human skulls to big-time sneaker-heads, however, we never could have imagined we'd come across someone who collects penises. Dildos, sure why not, but real human penises?!
That's just outrageous, but the case of Dave Murray, a 54-year-old morgue employee from Houston, TX is 100% truth. Take a look into the breaking news story that made our jaws drop and let us know how you think he got away with stealing embalmed penises for over 10 years.
Meet Dave Murray, a 54-year-old employee at the Harris County Morgue in Houston, TX.
Murray was suspected of running an organ tracking network out of his home after several reports of missing body parts and organs at the morgue.
CAUSE FOR SUSPICION
If the Harris County Morgue rings a bell, you may recognize the name coming up in relation to Hurricane Harvey. Since the hurricane-ravaged the Texas city, the morgue declared maximum capacity in lew of the rising death toll.
UNCOVERING THE TRUTH
With the media already hovering over the morgue, the establishment wasn't in any position for another scandal to break. However, they're under fire once again after a raid was conducted by the FBI on Murray's residence.
QUITE THE COLLECTION
When the FBI raided Murray's home, they found well over 3,000 embalmed penises displayed in glass jars.
According to Murray, he was incredibly passionate about collecting the genitalia of the bodies he embalmed—preserving each penis in formaldehyde.
10 YEARS IN THE MAKING
According to Agent Andy Ramirez, an FBI spokesperson on the scene, "He explained in great detail, how he had been cutting off dead men’s genital organs and collecting them for more than ten years.”
RACKING UP CHARGES
A total of 53 charges have already been filed against Murray, however, the FBI suspects that they could reach into the thousands after a more thorough investigation.
Murray is currently in custody, awaiting a psychiatric evaluation to determine whether he is fit to go on trial and continue with the court proceedings.