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August 01, 2014
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Ala. man claims burglar smoked wife's ashes

Vietnam vet Phillip McMullen went out of town to stay with some friends. While he was gone, he said the unspeakable happened

By Liz Nelson
Fox 10

CITRONELLE, Ala. — A Vietnam War veteran is speaking out exclusively to FOX10 News after he claims a burglar broke into his home and smoked the ashes of his deceased wife. 

Last week, Citronelle resident and Vietnam Vet, Phillip McMullen, went out of town to stay with some friends. While he was gone, he said the unspeakable happened.

“(The burglar) ransacked my house, tried to break in my gun safe, which, they weren’t able to, they even took my wife’s ashes off my headboard, strewed them around, looked like they tried to smoke some of them or something,” McMullen said, “I guess they figured out this stuff ain’t worth smoking, so they threw it up underneath one of my toolboxes.”

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