You’re about to hear some strange goings-on, and because so much strange stuff tends to come out of Florida, let’s start with a true story from out West.
Earlier this year, a nursing home in Phoenix discovered that a patient of theirs was pregnant. Eventually, this nursing home patient gave birth. Now, a woman giving birth isn’t odd by itself. Even a woman giving birth in a nursing home isn’t the craziest thing ever, but this particular woman has been a vegetative state for 14 years. Even after giving birth, this woman is still in a vegetative state.
The police department didn’t need to call in the FBI to help solve this one. The local cops just obtained DNA samples from all the male nurses working at the assisted living facility and moments later–crime solved. To no one’s surprise, the father of the child was a licensed nurse in charge of taking care of the woman. [See Also the film “Kill Bill Vol. 1”, the intro scene entitled “My Name is Buck”, its art imitating reality, and as Greg Graffin once sang, Sometimes Truth is Stranger than Fiction (my web optimizer people discourage obscure punk rock references, sorry web people)].
A similar strange thing happened in an Osceola hospital recently.
A seventeen-year-old girl gave birth to a child. Sure, she’s a bit young to be giving birth. In this case, the oddity was the fact that her baby had a brain defect, a chromosomal abnormality. This abnormality tells the doctors that, basically, the crime of incest is afoot. Continue Reading