One Fourth Of People Poll Results Lean Toward 'Serial Drowner' Theory

It sounds like a documentary about a series of drownings in La Crosse could draw plenty of people who believe the drowning deaths were no accident...

Next month, the Omni Center in Onalaska will show 'The Hidden Truth,' which suggests possible paranormal explanations for river deaths in the last 20 years.  A 'people poll' conducted this weekend by WIZM suggests that 26 per cent think the drownings might have been murders.  This caller to 'La Crosse Talk' leans in that direction, arguing that other waterfront towns don't seem to have similar groups of people getting drunk and drowning:

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A young man found dead in the Black River last month had a blood alcohol level of point-3-2. 


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