Re: "Blue Star" postings
Carl Grabiel (carl@MAIL.IDINET.COM)
Wed, 12 Jun 1996 00:06:00 [CST]
> Hi Folks!
> In the past, we have been getting postings here about this "Blue Star"
> tattoo with some kind of drug laced with it. Can someone here please
> tell me (and Kyna Hendra) if this is true and we should be concerned
> about this; or if this is another "urban legend" which gets communicated
> at about the same frequency as the "Craig Sherwood" postcard thing.
> (MAJ) Mike L. Walton (Settummanque, the blackeagle) (
After a series of messages on this subject at the start of school
last fall, I talked to the Principal of the elementary school that my
boys attend. He said that the "Blue Star" or something like it had
been around at least five years and keeps surfacing every year or so,
i.e. it is an urban legend, possibly based on a true incident in the
Given the current state of our society, it is something to be aware
of though. Some sick individual might just read one of these messages
(hopefuly not in this group!!!) and think it is a good idea and ,,,,,,,
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