A Dead Body Was Found Outside A My Chemical Romance Concert

A Dead Body Was Found Outside A My Chemical Romance Concert
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Author: Michael Pementel

At a recent My Chemical Romance concert, a dead body was found in a nearby parking lot. News of this discovery comes from MK Citizen.

This discovery took place this past Saturday night, with the dead body being discovered in a parking lot nearby where My Chemical Romance were playing (which would have been MK Stadium). At the time of this writing, officials have not released any details regarding how the dead body was found, or whether the individual’s next of kin have been contacted. There is also no reported cause of death.

The Thames Valley police issued a statement, saying the death is being treated as unexplained but non-suspicious. A spokesman told the Citizen: “Thames Valley Police is investigating an unexplained, non-suspicious death in Milton Keynes. As such, it is not being treated as a crime.”

The spokesman added the following:

“The force was called to an area off Watling Street at about 8.30pm last night.

“There is a scene watch in place while enquiries are being carried out. A file will be prepared for the coroner, but I can confirm it is the body of a man.”

Our hearts go out to the family and loved ones of the individual who passed away.

In other news related to My Chemical Romance, the band released their first new song in eight years, titled “Foundations of Decay”; the most recent studio album release to come from the band is their 2010 album Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys.

The band is currently on the road for a massive North American tour, and besides this new song and tour, there has been no other news regarding a potential new My Chemical Romance album at this time.

You can check out the band’s new song, “Foundations of Decay,” by following the link below.

New My Chemical Romance Song- Band Surprise Drops First Song in 8 Years

 

 

 

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