Charlotte Christine Coon

Charlotte Christine Coon

Charlotte Christine Coon, 57, was killed Thursday morning outside her home in Granite Falls, MN. Police were called to the scene a little before 8 a.m. where they discovered Ms. Coon’s body lying on the road at the end of her driveway. According to the police report Ms. Coon was trying to remove something from her neighbor's trash bin when the garbage truck pulled up and attached itself lifting both bin and her 20ft in the air. City Sanitation driver, Dirk Sandoval, stated in his interview with police that he never saw the victim, “It wasn’t until I pulled away did I see her glowing eyes looking back at me.”

Ms. Coon had recently become a local sensation after her restaurant Trough opened it’s doors’ last May.  The restaurant was featured on an episode of Food Network’s “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” gaining local and national fame overnight. Many will remember her as a mentor who taught not only how to forage for food, but how to truly utilize the humans wastefulness for profit.

A gofundme has been set up on behalf the Coon family to help raise funds for Charlotte’s remains to be made into a ZONK for the next season of Let’s Make a Deal.  

Fredrick Fish Jr. "Freddy aka lil' Bubbles"

Fredrick Fish Jr. "Freddy aka lil' Bubbles"

On the morning of March 1, 2016, Fredrick Fish Jr., better known to his 240 Instagram followers as lil' Bubbles, was found dead on the east shore of the Salton Sea, in Mecca, CA.

Freddy was first reported missing on May 15, 2012 after a coworker noticed his absence at her Jersey Shore themed birthday party. "Lil' B was never one to miss a pool party," Cindy Jorgenson explained to the LAPD. Both family and close friends were also interviewed after Freddy's disappearance. Each person more shocked then the next to hear of the news. "Freddy seemed extremely happy." Feddy's mother, Fran, stated in her interview with the police. 

The mystery surrounding the apparent death of the 32 year old continues as law enforcement officials work to advance the their investigation into what happened to the small pond fish. The sheriff told the press Tuesday night that It would be premature for their agency to make comments about an investigation without receiving factual evidence. Stating, "There is no why or how in this particular case just yet. What we do know is that over the past few years we have seen an increase in aspiring artists fleeing the city of Los Angeles to quench their thirst. Unfortunately, some breeds don't make it as far without their natural resources."