Woman Strangled By Python, And You Won't Believe What Cops Found In Her Home
A woman was found dead in Indiana yesterday, with an 8-foot python snake wrapped around her neck.
A 911 call went out Wednesday night after Laura Hurst, 36, was found unresponsive.
According to CNN, Benton County police say there were 140 snakes at the home.
Approximately 20 of the snakes belonged to Hurst.
Property records show the home is owned by Benton County Sheriff Donald Munson.
Munson says Hurst's death was a "tragic accident" and that he was "being fully cooperative with everybody."