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A man found dead and semi-naked in a field in Kent may never be identified, police have admitted. He decided to take a closer look after reading in the Kentish Gazette about homeless people having their possessions stolen and wondering whether the 'pile of rubbish' might in some way be connected. Twitter reacts to The Walking Dead season 8, episode 6.



I went into this film hoping for a touch of horror; after all, Barn of the Naked Dead would seem to imply that there are going to be dead people (apparently naked) involved. Well, a handful of people do die, but we don't get to see any kind of gory details of the kills, and, strangely enough, there is no nudity whatsoever to be. A man found dead and semi-naked in a field in Kent may never be identified, police have admitted. He decided to take a closer look after reading in the Kentish Gazette about homeless people having their possessions stolen and wondering whether the 'pile of rubbish' might in some way be connected.


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