Tuesday, February 25, 2014

In keeping with the current year's theme

Two American security workers have been found dead after an apparent heroin overdose in the same cabin on the Maersk Alabama, the ship made famous by the Tom Hanks movie Captain Phillips in 2013.
Seychelles police identified them on Thursday as Jeffrey Reynolds and Mark Kennedy - both former Navy SEALs. The men, both 44, were found dead on Tuesday.
Officials say they found needles and heroin inside cabin where the two ex-special forces soldiers were bunking.
According to CNN a government official, who spoke on condition of not being identified, said the presence of drug traces and paraphernalia 'would suggest that their deaths were a result of drug overdose.'

1)  We again see the name Phillip as in Captain Phillips who was taken hostage while out in sea

2)  They died by overdosing on heroin?  The same drug that Seymour Phillips "overdosed" on...also known as "The White Horse"

Heroin. As contrasted with white pony, slang for cocaine, in the 1983 pop hit "White Horse" by music group "Laid Back".
"If you want to ride, don't ride the white horse."

"The TV Show 'Twin Peaks' used a white horse to symbolize heroin addiction." 
You just can't make this up people

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