Bloated Maggoty Corpse Found in Cornfield

Bloated Maggoty Corpse Found in Cornfield

On November 20, 2016, in Jombang Regency, East Java, Indonesia, a number of farmers harvesting corn found a bloated, maggoty corpse in the field.

The victim was recognized as a local, 54 year old man named Musolin, a resident of the Kepuhkembeng village. Five days ago, the victim disappeared from home.

The cause of death is not known, but preliminary investigation did not find any signs of foul play.

Author: Vincit Omnia Veritas

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44 thoughts on “Bloated Maggoty Corpse Found in Cornfield”

  1. No signs of foul play. Interestingly, it reminds me of something that happened here in Brazil when I was in a field trip. There was a guy lying face down in a very shallow creek, no deeper than a puddle. Our bus driver found him. According to the local police, who arrived afterwards, the guy was prone to have seizures, epileptic fits if my memory doesn’t fail me, so it was hypothesised that he had a fit and fell face down in the creek, which led to him drowning, as there were no signs of foul play. Maybe something along these lines happened to Musolin, as his face is buried in the ground and it could have been wetter when he died, or perhaps he just had a plain heart attack, just speculating.

    1. @kevin Additional life expectancy for 25 year old males living in the US is 52.3 years, although this shows racial, educational and geographical variation.

      You have already conquered some odds; only 98.11% of males who were born in the same year as you remain alive.

      There is a 0.13% possibility that you will die within 12 months; the main causes of death being:

      Suicide 15.9%
      Congenital defect 0.8%
      Heart disease (includes that cardiac arrest) 7.9%
      Malignancy 6.1%
      Murder / homicide 12.2%
      Unintentional (e.g. head crushed by truck, ‘falling’ off a high rise in Pattaya, falling into a sausage machine)*
      Other 20.1% (HIV 1.7% Chronic liver disease 1.1% CVA / stroke 0.9%)

      *Reading BestGore may reduce your odds in this group


        1. Really young children love this poem, ’cause of the repetition and unusual subject matter, I think. I bought an illustrated book of this for my daughter as a baby and she adored it. So did her siblings.
          It’s good of you to give the link and hopefully it will inspire someone to read to or with a youngster.

  2. there is a whistle and pop and in a puff of smoke there stands a little mystical japanese man with a long spiky silvery mustache with a shimmering pointy hat covered in symbols. he asks you if you would go all luka magnotta on the bloater ‘yu mus fack bwoater in the ass eat bits of buttock on fawk an jerk yur noodle with bwoater hand’ and if you do the mystical man promises you that all religion will be removed from earth. do you accept the challenge?

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