Saturday, December 24, 2016

NEWLY DISCOVERED MELTED REMAINS OF FROSTY THE SNOWMAN MAY HOLD CLUE TO HIS TRUE IDENTITY

REMAINS OF "FROSTY" TO UNDERGO DNA TESTING OVER THE WEEKEND......

BRIDGEPORT, MN.

  A police sketch artist's rendering 
Melted remains of Frosty the Snowman, the fabled character of childhood stories and folklore, was found in a Bridgeport University refrigerator late last night.  Students involved in a Christmas scavenger hunt during a party on campus, opened an old refrigerator in the chemistry lab and were surprised to find a black hat, scarf, and short broom sitting next to a small bucket of water.
A police sketch artist was called in and with the help of a forensic expert, they were able to produce the image shown here.

No one knows for sure if the remains are indeed that of Frosty the Snowman, but a water sample has been sent to Bridgeport water treatment plant for analysis.  If these remains turn out to be the Frosty the Snowman, they will be refrozen,  rolled up, dressed in his likeness just in time for a Christmas display. Be on the look out everyone!

All of us here at OFF THE WALL news, hope our readers everywhere have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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