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    Warning From The State Police!

    WARNING FROM THE STATE POLICE PLEASE READ THIS

    I Subject: WARNING From STATE POLICE ..USA (not a joke) State police
    warning for online: Please read this "very carefully"...then send it out to
    all the people online that you know. Something like this is nothing to take
    casually; this is something you DO want to pay attention to. Think of it as
    a bit of advice too. If a person with the screen-name of Monkeyman935
    contacts you, do not reply. DO not talk to this person; do
    not answer any of his/her instant Messages or e-mail. Whoever this person
    may be, he/she is a suspect for murder in the death of 56 women (so far)
    contacted through the Internet. Please send this to all the women on your
    buddy list and ask them to pass this on, as well.

    This screen-name was seen on Yahoo, AOL, AIM, and Excite, so far.

    This is not a joke! Please send this to men too...just in case! Send to
    everyone you know! Ladies, this is serious.

    Jennifer S. Faulkner Education/Information
    Specialist Roanoke Fire-EMS
    541 Luck Avenue, Suite 120 Roanoke, VA 24016
    (540) 853-2257 (phone)
    (540) 853-1172 (fax)



    This was sent to me by a very good friend of mine, who cared about me and my family's safety. You guys are also my family, and i will like to also warn you guys, if you have not heard of it yet. I was asked to take this seriously, and i advice that you all do too. -Ebo

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    EBO,

    This is a hoax. Look here for info http://www.snopes.com/horrors/madmen/slavemas.htm

    This is all based off of the slavemaster slayings. Read the article above and you will see the names have been changed a few times and that he did not kill anywhere 56 people.

    On another note I read the book SlaveMaster and it was one heck of an interesting read into the guys head and the chats he had with the women he lured to him and killed.
    If you receive something that says \'Send this to everyone you know,\' pretend you don\'t know me.

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    I'm sorry to say. Your freind sent you a typical email hoax. Save yourself some worry.

    http://urbanlegends.miningco.com/lib...avemaster5.htm

    This is a revised version of some older ones. Still, be safe.
    The COOKIE TUX lives!!!!
    Windows NT crashed,I am the Blue Screen of Death.
    No one hears your screams.


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    Guys,

    I do not live in USA, but i agree with ebo guys. Really, if this is not a joke, take care. You know that this kind of insane people (murderers) can do anything. And if you are that kind of persons that don't care about nothing at least warn your familiy just in case.

    Good luck !!!

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    Oops. Sorry magoon. You beat me to the draw. I must have been typing when you were.
    The COOKIE TUX lives!!!!
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    No one hears your screams.


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    Guys,

    I was writing my above post while you post yours so if magnoon and {PP}Apocalypse say it's a hoax e-mail, well, nothing to worry then... i suppose.

    Bye.

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    And this is how our email addresses end up on all sorts of lists. The truly sad part is that the people who spread this are trying to do a good thing when, in actuality, they're just getting hoaxed.

    Note: To all those that spread this... I know your hearts are in the right place. If you do feel that the note is valid, please do all your friends and family a favor by putting them in the "Bcc:" field of the email. If you put them in the "To:" field, their addresses will be displayed in forwards and collected/used for spam.
    Mike Reilly
    bluebeard96@yahoo.com

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    I am sorry everyone, i guess my friend tricked me into this one. I had no intention on bringing false warnings and information to you guys. Once again, I'm sorry and it will not happen again, i will make sure of that. -Ebo

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    Thumbs up

    Originally posted here by ebo
    I am sorry everyone, i guess my friend tricked me into this one. I had no intention on bringing false warnings and information to you guys. Once again, I'm sorry and it will not happen again, i will make sure of that. -Ebo
    No worry. It happens to us all. We all learn from ordeals such as this.
    The COOKIE TUX lives!!!!
    Windows NT crashed,I am the Blue Screen of Death.
    No one hears your screams.


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    On the other hand, there are plenty of nuts just like that out there. Stalkers and other predators are online daily, and doing things daily. Last year, a man was killed in a city in this state. He'd met a woman online and conned her address out of her. A couple of weeks later, shows up at her door and attacks her. Her son shot and killed him. Since then, you can see stuff on the news weekly about creatures just like him.

    The warning might be a hoax, but we shouldn't forget, for our family and friend's sake, that they're real.

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