A woman who bred a snake in Indiana was discovered dead with a python entwined around her neck.
Oxford police found 36-year-old Laura Hurst dead in her home. Around the neck of a woman, a mesh python about 2.5 meters long was entwined. In total, about 140 snakes were found in the house.
According to the preliminary version of local law enforcement officers, the woman “was killed by a reptile.”