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Shallow grave reportedly discovered @ St George's Episcopal Anglican Church yard

Human remains were reportedly discovered in a shallow grave in the churchyard of the St George's Episcopal Anglican Church today, May 4, 2018. Photo: Team of Reporters
Persons were reportedly digging a grave in the churchyard of the St George's Episcopal Anglican Church today, May 4, 2018 when they stumbled upon human bones in a shallow grave, according to reports reaching our newsroom. Photo: Team of Reporters
Persons were reportedly digging a grave in the churchyard of the St George's Episcopal Anglican Church today, May 4, 2018 when they stumbled upon human bones in a shallow grave, according to reports reaching our newsroom. Photo: Team of Reporters
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- It has been reported to our newsroom that, sometime today, May 4, 2018, a shallow grave was discovered in the yard of the St George's Episcopal Anglican Church in Road Town.

It is believed that the discovery was made while another grave was being dug.

Reports are that human bones were found in the alleged shallow grave.

Police top brass were tight lipped on the matter.

24 Responses to “Shallow grave reportedly discovered @ St George's Episcopal Anglican Church yard”

  • DON Q (04/05/2018, 18:51) Like (11) Dislike (17) Reply
    Oh boy obeah and scrafices sad
  • I HOPE (04/05/2018, 19:03) Like (15) Dislike (30) Reply
    No satanic rituals in this as this is the order of the day.Father may it be a cave in or shifting of soil something like that.Too many people are involved in waking up spirits using people bones to carry out their devious and evil acts.No wonder some much evil in the place.This is not happening here but all over the world.Father Lord pls continue to shine light on the darkness of this world and expose the wickedness of this deadly world. Oh i forgot this month is the month of the illuminati expect anything people.Many continue to sell souls to the devil for richness power talent or whatever they can achieve. This aint Africa but the West Indians from West Africa and other parts of Africa are worse than the Africans they have even taken witchcraft to another level me a tell you.Let us continue to pray and pray with out ceasing.
  • wize up (04/05/2018, 20:10) Like (29) Dislike (4) Reply
    all of this high science talk over a shallow grave: I leaning towards an unsolved murder: it’s not the first time a shallow grave was found in upper road town area....
    • Thumbs Up (05/05/2018, 05:38) Like (13) Dislike (2) Reply
      My sentiments EXACTLY....why is that the first conclusion people come to?
    • True (05/05/2018, 11:33) Like (4) Dislike (1) Reply
      I am with Wize Up on this. People here is always so quick to jump to conclusions and speculations about things. Yeah i believe it is a unsolved murder. They just found 3 bodies of women in shallow graves in Washington DC. All 3 were unsolved murders. 2 of the women gun shot wounds, 1 blunt force trauma.
  • voter (04/05/2018, 20:57) Like (17) Dislike (18) Reply
    They start their wicked shit to steal the election again
  • keep on (04/05/2018, 23:00) Like (16) Dislike (11) Reply
    Those same spirits that they are disturbing will turn on them sooner than later. A lot of people in Tortola hands are nasty.
    • @keep on (04/05/2018, 23:47) Like (10) Dislike (15) Reply
      last i check they does bring in them please dont be implying that the nasty work is being done here or by locals.
      • !!!!!!!! (05/05/2018, 09:34) Like (5) Dislike (2) Reply
        Bring in who!!!!. The true voodoo is in Louisiana. Go down on that Bayou. Those people will make the people who is here doing voodoo head spin. Louisiana is the voodoo capital.
      • Listen (05/05/2018, 11:46) Like (13) Dislike (9) Reply
        I grew up in Tortola, as a child growing up in Tortola, I use to see some of the dirty things THE PEOPLE THE ONES WHO WERE BORN HERE getting their hands dirty with this voodoo s:;t to hurt and destroy others. Yeah people use to travel to Antigua and St.Kitts or have the voodoo man visit the Island. Yes, there are locals right here doing the S.,t. It is what it is.
        • Ohhhh Thank you (05/05/2018, 14:39) Like (13) Dislike (5) Reply
          Who want to get mad can just go ahead and do so. Yes, people in Tortola hands are dirty. They believe in to much witchcraft and working witchcraft on others and to benefit themselves. What people don't understand is when you dip and dab in that mess your future generation will be cursed. They are the ones who will pay the price for something they had nothing to do with.
        • Move yourself!!! (05/05/2018, 15:34) Like (16) Dislike (5) Reply
          You should know. You are one of them who baarn here to St. Kitts and Antiguan parents. Is what you see you mother and father doing right here in the BVI.
    • Keep on trucking (05/05/2018, 15:29) Like (4) Dislike (3) Reply
      You need to take your wicked a$$ mind and flee the island back from whence you came. Please do everyone in the BVI that favour!
  • Glorified (04/05/2018, 23:33) Like (15) Dislike (29) Reply
    Why do Virgin Islanders admonish those who practice obeah and witchcraft. Obeah was the practice of our forefathers when they came from Afrika. Lets not forget that it was under the hand of our White Masters that we gave up our beliefs and practices to adopt what Master forced us to believe- christianity.

    The reality is our great great great grandparents were probably baptised in obeah. Our BVI people including members of HOA should consider embracing Obeah again and having it taught in schools. Anegada is a great example of how a community awashed in obeah can thrive. Those people live an easy, happy life with little crime and drama! Start the movement #Obeahbvi
    • Hmm (05/05/2018, 07:12) Like (17) Dislike (4) Reply
      You and you alone
    • SMH (05/05/2018, 07:46) Like (8) Dislike (11) Reply
      First of all, if you are a native of the Caribbean you are a descendant of the Israelites..A hebrew... Secondly all dark skin people are not from the wicked egyptians..We learnt those things while being in Captivity.. You people think you are so educated but know nothing.. Those voodoo working... lip stretching pagans over there are nothing but traitors... Your so called ancestors traded you... You got traded because you were from a different tribe ..400 years after and we did become lost and foolish. Know yourself please. Yes Christianity is bull.. In the sense that they use the wrong names.. Right message wrong names.. There is power in the name..Your creator’s name is Yahuah in ancient hebrew and the son Yahusha.. We do not translate names!!!! And his??? Who are you to change that?.Wake up!!
      • Lord have mercy.. (07/05/2018, 10:59) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
        Suppose your tongue is tied and you cannot pronounce that name, that mean you can't call him almighty god, or father, or any of the other names we know him by?
    • NezRez (05/05/2018, 14:05) Like (5) Dislike (11) Reply
      @Glorified. I agree with you. They made us throw away our beliefs to take on their phoney Christianity, which clearly showed there was nothing Christian about, slavery, rape, murder, torture, inhuman treatment, classifying us as less than animals, etc. No, I do NOT follow their fake faith and for those of you who do, you will forever be a mental slave and I don’t care who doesn’t like it.....ITS’S TRUE. Think for yourselves!
  • Jessica Jones (05/05/2018, 07:07) Like (21) Dislike (1) Reply
    They found a shallow grave in a grave yard. Think about it for a moment.
  • ausar (05/05/2018, 10:24) Like (3) Dislike (5) Reply
    All this in a church's cemetary, huh!

    So much for the word of God and all of his holiness in that place.

    And no one on the church's board or it's congegrants were aware at anytime before this discovery, huh

    Necromancy, eh?
    Nothing to doubt given that this country and it's rudimentary foundations were built on high science and black magic!
  • Dragon (05/05/2018, 10:25) Like (10) Dislike (2) Reply
    How unusual a grave in a grave yard!
    • wize up (05/05/2018, 13:08) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply
      @ Dragon: I must conclude with U: boy!!! It is “very unusual” for some one to find a grave in a grave yard(for sure for sure).....ain’t this life funnie
  • About 40-50 years ago (05/05/2018, 14:16) Like (3) Dislike (2) Reply
    In the village of Sea Cows Bay, there was a man who lived with his daughter. I am not going to name the man or his daughter. The man would take his daughter with him when he went out on his boat. One day man and daughter went out on boat and the father just disappeared. Never seen from or heard from again. Some said, someone put voodoo on the man. Some said he was set up and killed by the daughter because nothing happened to her.
  • who cares (05/05/2018, 18:00) Like (8) Dislike (1) Reply
    Who care if they fly the voodoo man in on a snorting dragon or a plane or from where ever. I don't believe in the nonsense. As long as the ones who is doing it don't bring that s=%t around me we're good.

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