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“Arrived At Crime Scene,” by Reg Davey

This was posted as a joke by Reg Davey, Editor-in-Chief at Dagda Publishing.

I’ve often been told that I have a strange sense of humor, but I find this bizarrely, brilliantly funny somehow, so I’m running it here.

“Arrived At Crime Scene,” by Reg Davey

11.34: Arrived at crime scene

11.34: Examined body. Signs of a struggle

11.34: Found murder weapon in drain

11.34: Realised watch was broken


Photo credit: “Police line …Cedar-Riverside neighborhood of Minneapolis, Minnesota,” Tony Webster, 2008, via Wikimedia Commons.

Dagda Publishing’s Poetry Contest featured in the Nottingham Post.

Here’s some more nice news — Dagda Publishing Editor-In-Chief Reg Davey appeared yesterday in an article in the United Kingdom’s Nottingham Post, to talk about Dagda’s latest charity poetry competition.  The competition will raise money for people suffering from dementia, as well as for Myton Hospice and its patients with life-limiting illnesses.

Best of luck, Reg, with what sounds like a fun way to raise money for those in need!

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