Two Kentucky Golf Pros Mysteriously Dead
By Kickntrue on 1/19/11
Okay- this story is just weird. Not weird like a crazy killer- weird like those stupid birds that fell from the sky a couple weeks ago.
Two former local golf club professionals were found dead in an apartment on Saturday.

Police said there were no obvious signs of trauma or foul play, but they still don't know what caused their deaths.

Casey Combs won the Kentucky State Amateur Golf Championship in June 2006. Just a few years before that, he was the resident golf professional at Wildwood Country Club in Louisville.

Kenneth Postlewait later held the same post, and won the Kentucky PGA Match Play Championship in 1999.

On Saturday, both men were found dead in an apartment off Taylorsville Road, and the causes of death remain a mystery.
Weird enough- but there are multitudes of crazy scenarios where 2 dudes can end up dead together in a house, right? But get this- This was in Louisville, Kentucky and in nearby New Albany, Indiana, the same thing happened- where two guys ended up dead in a house for no reason(Story Here). Also- last week an Indiana University student suddenly fell ill and died for no apparent reason (Story Here). Freaky stuff.

Maybe these guys aren't as crazy as they sound.

Best wishes and prayers to the families. To have no explanation has to add a weird twist to the grieving process.

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Banker85 says:
hey, i have been watching supernatural and these sound like omens from a demon. maybe some type of demonic possesion? Idk, but if you believe in angels then you have to believe in demons. Birds falling from the sky, fish dying off, people mysteriously dying, it must be the work of a demon.
Kurt the Knife says:
carbon monoxide
bducharm says:
Did you hear about all those falling birds? I heard there were Seahawks, Falcons, Ravens, and Eagles were involved!!! I also hear tell that there will be a Bear death on Sunday - just a rumor!!!
Banker85 says:
ya not so sure about that one. what is a packer? where does that name even come from? the packaging industry? what kind of name is that?


i predict a 28-20 victory bears
JTW1 says:
Maybe it is fudge packer,LOL
Sorry that was not nice,God forgive me.
bducharm says:
@Banker85 - the name originated from the first sponsoring company for the team, the Indian Packing Company. Curly Lambeau worked at the company. He originally asked the company for money for jerseys. This was 1919. That is where the term "Packer" comes from. We have a LONG and storied tradition. Our team has won the most World Championships (12), more than any in NFL history! The game Sunday should be a great game - of course, I pick the Packers to win 17-10. GO PACK GO!

@JTW1 - yes, that was not nice. I forgive you...
ponderous says:
Agree with KtK... CO... a likely and wholly unremarkable cause.

As to the other "mysterious" events... Reading those stories makes them sound anything but mysterious.

-- The college student "falls ill" at a frat party and they're waiting for alcohol/drug test results? Unfortunate, but all too common.

-- The two inbred alchoholic tweakers, one of whom is this guy: ... Frankly, the only remarkable thing about the story is that one had survived to the age of 47.

@Banker85 -- I'm guessing your first comment was tongue in cheek, because it was hee-frickin-larious! If it wasn't... then even funnier.
falcon50driver says:
Senator Harry Reid had this to say about his grandfather....."Remus Reid was a famous cowboy in the Montana Territory . His business empire grew to include acquisition of valuable equestrian assets and intimate dealings with the Montana railroad. Beginning in 1883, he devoted several years of his life to government service, finally taking leave to resume his dealings with the railroad. In 1887, he was a key player in a vital investigation run by the renowned Pinkerton Detective Agency. In 1889, Remus passed away during an important civic function held in his honor when the platform upon which he was standing collapsed."
falcon50driver says:
The real story............
'Remus Reid, horse thief and train robber, sent to Montana Territorial Prison 1885, escaped 1887, robbed the Montana Flyer six times. Caught by Pinkerton detectives, convicted and hanged in 1889.' ....It's all in the wording
falcon50driver says:
Gotta go now.. I've been invited to an important civic function at the courthouse. They've asked me to speak on the subject of police traffic radar. I expect there will be a large cash transaction or possibly the offer of some very expensive accomodations for my exclusive use.
bkuehn1952 says:
@merlin2driver: congrats on receiving the outstanding citation from your local law organization. You are a fine example for all of us.
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