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Joe Exotic Buried People in Park, Tiger King Star Jeff Lowe Insists

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Even though Jeff Lowe has his own shady past, the Tiger King star has not backed down in his accusations against the infamous Joe Exotic.


Now, authorities have finally answered his plea to search the park for buried murder victims … but he says that it’s not enough.


Jeff Lowe is, at present, the owner of the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park in Oklahoma.


This park was the house of horrors to which Tiger King viewers were subjected on one of Netflix’s most popular properties, ever.


And Jeff is urging people to believe that there is more hidden in the park than authorities know.

Dillon Passage Throwback with Husband Joe Exotic


The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation and the Garvin County Sheriff’s department both investigated the park.


They have said that they found no evidence that any humans had been murdered and buried in the park.


Now, Lowe insists that there are remains to be unearthed.

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Lowe theorizes that the presence and aftermath of a storm caused cadaver dogs to become disoriented.


He believes that the dogs missed actual traces of human remains as a result.


Law enforcement, however, disagrees with Lowe’s theory.

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Sheriff Jim Mullett explained that, from the perspective of law enforcement, it was a dead end.


“They were doing a production of Ghost Adventures,” Mullett explained of the search.


“The cadaver dogs hit on a small alligator pond that is no longer being used,” he recalled.

Travis Maldonado, Joe Exotic, and John Finlay Wedding Pic


Mullett explained: “They claim they hit on what they believe to be human remains.”


OSBI and Sheriff alike launched an investigation, searching the property but ultimately concluding that there were no human remains to be found.


Curiously, the investigation — searching a park of that size for buried human remains — was wrapped up in just five hours.

Carole Baskin on the Show Tiger King


“We take it serious,” Mullett insisted.


“We took our time and we looked around;” he added.


Mullett explained that they “looked in the pond and dug down.” So the search’s scope sounds somewhat limited to our amateur ears.

Joe Exotic & Baby Cub


It has been pointed out that Lowe’s belief that there are human remains on the property is not difficult to believe.


Recent reports about the park from visitors describe a horrifying expanse of suffering and sadness.


It is shameful what people will do to innocent creatures just to line their pockets.

Joe Exotic and Dillon Passage


“It’s pretty desolate,” recent visitor Will Mayo has described.


“And,” Mayo shared, “as you can see in one of my photos, they had a little pond but it was totally dried up and there was no water in it.”


“Everything just looked shriveled and dry and not taken care of,” he added.

Carole Baskin on Tiger King


Mayo recalled seeing a fox that “just looked so sad and so drained and so tired” leaning against a fence.


He said that the fox looked defeated “because it almost seemed like it didn’t even have the energy to walk around.”


Lowe’s wife objected to this characterization, asserting that they are regularly inspected by the USDA and the Oklahoma Department of Fish and Wildlife.

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Lowe’s wife says that the blame for conditions lies squarely with Joe Exotic, who is after all in prison, in part, for abhorrent animal abuse.


Meanwhile, Lowe himself believes Joe to be a murderer, as he says that he was told that Joe shot animal rights activists and buried them on his property.


It’s a shame that the absurd characters of Tiger King, entertaining though they may be, distracted from the outrageous animal rights abuses.

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TVLine Items: Rogue One Prequel Casting, Ninth Doctor Returns and More

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The Rogue One prequel series is expanding its ensemble: Adria Arjona (Good Omens, True Detective) will star opposite Diego Luna in Disney+’s Star Wars offshoot, our sister site Deadline reports.

The untitled spy thriller focuses on Luna’s rebel spy Cassian Andor during the formative years of the Rebellion, while exploring tales filled with espionage and daring missions to restore hope to a galaxy in the grip of a ruthless Empire. Stephen Schiff (The Americans) will serve as showrunner, with the film’s co-writer Tony Gilroy set to write the pilot in addition to directing multiple episodes.

The cast also includes Alan Tudyk, Genevieve O’Reilly and Denise Gough. No details are currently available about Arjona’s character.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

* Christopher Eccleston will reprise his Doctor Who role as the Ninth Doctor in a 12-episode audio series to be released in May, our sister site Variety reports.

* Nickelodeon is nearing a deal for the SpongeBob SquarePants animated spinoff The Patrick Star Show, in which SpongeBob’s best friend (voiced by Bill Fagerbakke) hosts his own late-night talk show, per Deadline.

* An adaptation of the Goldie Taylor novel Paper Gods is in development at ABC, with Nia Long (Empire) set to star and serve as EP. Sony Pictures Television and John Legend’s Get Lifted Film Co. will produce.

* Judd Apatow will direct a two-part HBO documentary about the legendary comedian George Carlin, who died in 2008.

* The three studios of Disney Television Studios are being rebranded with new names, logos and motion end cards: 20th Century Fox Television becomes 20th Television; ABC Studios and ABC Signature become ABC Signature; and Fox 21 Television Studios will be renamed Touchstone Television.

Which of today’s TVLine Items pique your interest?

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Fargo fans finally get the news they’ve been waiting for

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Each season of Fargo has been a critical winner, but this upcoming slate promises to deliver something special indeed, focusing this time on warring criminal organizations in Kansas City and boasting a particularly wide gamut of a star-studded cast that runs from Chris Rock to Jason Schwartzman to Timothy Olyphant. After the show shut down production, showrunner Noah Hawley sat down with The Hollywood Reporter for its “How I’m Living Now” series, which discusses the major changes COVID-19 has foisted upon their lives and careers. 

One silver lining in the mess caused by the shutdown for Hawley is a massive increase in breathing room to edit the footage he has — since Fargo was trying to make the Emmys deadline, he had previously been rather overwhelmed with trying to edit the episodes in a narrow window. “Our post was also hit by a potential exposure, so our editors are at home now,” he explained at the time. “A couple of them were able to get editing systems in their homes. But because our release date got pushed, we’re not rushing. I get a bit of breathing room where I can actually engage with it more creatively and less in a desperate panic to get it done in time.” 

You gotta take your victories where you can in this year’s production environment, and Hawley certainly has one. Even better, this means that the end product will be the best it possibly can be, now that its artisans have more time to think their work through.

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Bolton Won’t Vote for Trump This Fall: ‘He’s Not Competent’

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In a new interview with Business Insider to promote his best-selling Donald Trump tell-all, “The Room Where It Happened,” John Bolton says he doesn’t plan to vote for Donald Trump. But to any Democrats who think (or worry) Bolton might cross the aisle, relax: He says doesn’t plan to vote for Joe Biden either.

“I’m not going to vote for Biden for philosophical reasons, and I’m not going to vote for Trump for philosophical reasons and because he’s not competent,” Bolton told Business Insider.

Bolton didn’t elaborate on what those “philosophical” differences are, though he did say that he doesn’t actually plan to cast his vote for a viable candidate in any sense. Instead, he told BI he’s “thinking of names” to write in, though he declined to share them out of fear doing so would cause “a two-minute Twitter rant by the president, and they don’t need that.”


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Bolton drew distinctions between himself and Trump, for instance he said he opposes any delay of the 2020 election, something Trump has hinted he might do despite having absolutely no legal authority to do so. “It’s completely beyond any reasonable consideration to delay the election. It’s set by statute and the idea of changing it at the last minute, I just think no one in the Republican Party was prepared to accept outside of the White House staff, perhaps. And I found it very troubling that the president would even talk about it,” he said.

But Bolton also seemed to agrees with Trump, saying he is largely against mail in voting and early voting, measures that expand voter access to people who don’t have the luxury of taking off work to vote on a Tuesday and can also keep people safe amid the coronavirus pandemic. “I think there’s a central element of democratic theory that we have the opportunity as a nation to do one thing all together on one day,” he said, “that we all show up at the polling place and vote.”

That said, Bolton does say Trump’s response to the pandemic has been “a failure,” and said overall Trump “ranks at the bottom” among U.S. presidents, and that he thought about resigning more than once during his final months as national security adviser. So why didn’t he? “If you thought about resigning each and every time something objectionable happened, you’d last about three or four hours in the job,” he told Business Insider.

Read the full article here.

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