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#1
So today I decided that since it's sucha great day, I'd go out and walk through the forest for a little while. I went down and went through the trail that's there looking around at the scenery... when my eye catches something shiny about 40 feet away. I go towards it and soon realize that it's a knife sitting there on the ground. I didn't touch it, but I got very close and observed it. THEN I picked up some sticks and moved it around a little for further examination. There is wood on the handle... AS a handle, but it's nearly completely gone due to rot. It surprised me to find blood on the knife... I was thinking it'd be animal blood; being in the forest and all. Then I realized that
1. hunting isn't legal in these woods, because they're privately owned.
and 2. Why would anyone carry around a knife so big? (the knife is about 13 inches long)

... so I'm sitting, looking at the knife nowwith blood on it.

Is it human? Do I do anything about it?

Thanks all.
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#3
Keep it, the knife sounds badass.
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#4
oh ****! i thought i got rid of that. ok well if you find a body about twenty feet from the knife(not saying you will, but "if"), i didnt do it.
#5
put your prints on it, take pictures of it on the ground, and turn into the local authorities.
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#6
Latex gloves + zip lock bag + police station = win.
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#7
Pick it up with your sleeve, and take it to a local authority. In all likelihood it is simply animal blood, but you can never be sure.
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#8
my friends do leave knifes with fake blood in woods as a joke.

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#9
^ you don't touch the crime scene!
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Keep it, the knife sounds badass.



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#11
acording to freud....a knife is a falic symbol for a penis

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#12
I would keep it, if it wasn't potential evidence.

Also, I have better, more badass knives.
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#13
dumbass, you leave it where you found it, call the police and tell them you found a bloody knife in the woods.
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dumbass, you leave it where you found it, call the police and tell them you found a bloody knife in the woods.

+1
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Keep it, the knife sounds badass.

Typical Pit response.
#19
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Latex gloves + zip lock bag + police station = win.


this is the best advice....


next to leave it alone and never think about it again.
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#20
I'm not moving it. I put it exactly how it was after I moved it, so it's all good.
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#22
so what did you do with it? cuz i doubt that you are still standing next to the knife, unless you picked it up like a tard
#23
"hey policers... I found this badass knife in the woods. It's got blood on it, but who ccares."
"Is the knife all you found?"
"Well yeah. Kind of."
"What do you mean "kind of"?"
"Well... there was this dead hooker...."
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#25
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so what did you do with it? cuz i doubt that you are still standing next to the knife, unless you picked it up like a tard

After I moved it, I put it back exactly how it was.
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#26
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this is the best advice....


next to leave it alone and never think about it again.
You never move stuff like that, you could destroy valuable forensic evidence and potentially lose the site it was found which could yield other clues.
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#28
Don't touch it, just mark the location near it. Call the police and tell them you find a suspicious knife that you suspect was used in a murder.
#29
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After I moved it, I put it back exactly how it was.

*facepalm* great, you touched it. Well i would have said that you should call the cops and tell them that you found it. But you would have to tell them that you moved it, and even though you put it back in the same general area, they sure as **** aint gonna believe you and the whole thing is gonna look worse for you so now my advice is to just leave it alone. forget about the whole thing.
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You never move stuff like that, you could destroy valuable forensic evidence and potentially lose the site it was found which could yield other clues.



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#32
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*facepalm* great, you touched it. Well i would have said that you should call the cops and tell them that you found it. But you would have to tell them that you moved it, and even though you put it back in the same general area, they sure as **** aint gonna believe you and the whole thing is gonna look worse for you so now my advice is to just leave it alone. forget about the whole thing.

I moved it with a stick, dude. It's fine.

And not in the general area... EXACTLY how it was. I'm anal about **** like that.
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#33
you mean it had a wooden handle? And it was rotten? If so i dont think blook could've lasted longer in the ground then a wooden handle on a knife. ANd if it's about 13 inches long, the thing sounds like a survival knife. anyway i could be wrong. Dont take my word for it
#34
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The entire story is in past tense nimrod.


The "... so I'm sitting, looking at the knife nowwith blood on it." suggested it was PRESENT tense
#35
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you mean it had a wooden handle? And it was rotten? If so i dont think blook could've lasted longer in the ground then a wooden handle on a knife. ANd if it's about 13 inches long, the thing sounds like a survival knife. anyway i could be wrong. Dont take my word for it

Yeah that part kind of confused me too...

I'm thinking that... if it didn't rain directly on it, the blood could've lasted.
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#36
well you can tell them that you moved it with a stick and they still most likely arent gonna believe you, you can just tell them that you found it and they will ask if you touched it and then you can lie but they arent gonna believe you so theyre gonna question you by some guy who's job it is is to make actual murderers crack under pressure so breaking some kid is gonna be no problem for him. so when you do break and spill that you touched it. theyre going to assume the worst because you already lied about one thing. or you can leave it alone and forget about it.
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The "... so I'm sitting, looking at the knife nowwith blood on it." suggested it was PRESENT tense

Touche.
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#38
omnipresent author then, hes telling you an account from the past, told in the present tense to help you feel as though your living it, supergerbil...

/end trying to sound smart

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#40
possibly a bowie knife. If it was so old the wood was rotting, id assume it was an older version of the survival knife. Did it have a blade with teeth? i
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