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Real Reason Chiefs Fans Were Found Frozen Alive In Yard Revealed

Real Reason Chiefs Fans Were Found Frozen Alive In Yard Revealed

Three Kansas City Chiefs fans who were found frozen alive in a friend’s yard back in January sparked a national mystery.

Nobody could figure out what could have possibly occurred for a scenario like that to have played out.

This week, an answer emerged.

On Thursday, the families of the individual involved confirmed to multiple media sources what the real reason for this incident was.

According to NewsNation, toxicology reports confirm that David Harrington, Clayton McGeeney and Ricky Johnson had some combination of cocaine and fentanyl in their systems.

Initially the three deceased men came together with a pair of others to watch a Chiefs football game. The homeowner, Jordan Willis, has reportedly since moved out of the house and checked into rehab.

Kansas City, of course, subsequently went on to earn another Super Bowl slot not long after this incident occurred.

In a week of Chiefs football that has seen Taylor Swift get into a screaming match with fans, Brittany Mahomes’ provocative workout video go viral, and her outfit to a recent game blow up online, the fact that three fans froze alive has certainly dampened the mood to some effect.

Hopefully now that some answers have been revealed all parties involved can star to move on.

Interestingly enough, ‘America’s Most Wanted’ host John Walsh was the first to suggest that drugs may be involved in this case.

I would say fentanyl was involved,” he said per Fox News on Thursday. “We had 107,000 people overdose and die on fentanyl last year and 300,000… permanently crippled or [had] something happen to them – terrible.”

It will be interesting to see how the police choose to proceed with this case from here.

Either way, hopefully the families of everyone involved ultimately get the peace they deserve when everything is said and done.

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Anthony Amador

A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.
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