Alabama Snake

Jan 26, 11:02 AM
October 4, 1991, Scottsboro, Alabama. A woman calls for an ambulance in the middle of the night saying she’s been bitten by a poisonous rattle snake. When they get her into the ambulance, she tells them that her husband, a snake-handling local preacher, had used his snakes to try to kill her. And thus begins one of the most terrifying and bizarre cases we’ve ever covered.

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