Strange and unexpected real-life murder weapons

Bowling ball -
Tragedy stuck Forth Worth, Texas, in 2013, when a 13-year-old boy struck his five-year-old neighbor twice in the head with a bowling ball, crushing the five-year-old's skull.

Guitar -
Texan pastor Danny Kirk was the victim of a ruthless murder when a man, later described as severely paranoid, beat him to death with a guitar.

Xbox 360 - A 20-year-old woman was beaten to death by her boyfriend in 2013. The boyfriend's Xbox 360 video game console, which was found battered and bloodied next to the woman's body.

Corkscrew -
In the Prospect Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn, a father of three was found face up in his own bedroom, with a corkscrew lodged in his head. The killer was never found.

Pen -
A disturbing crime of passion occurred in England in 2007, when the jealous lover of Rebecca Love stabbed her no less than 93 times with a pen.

Prosthetic leg -
A woman named Debra Hewitt, from Louisiana, beat her boyfriend to death in 2011 with her own prosthetic leg, allegedly while balancing on her good leg.

Crucifix -
A woman in Northern Ireland was charged with murder for brutally beating an older woman with a crucifix on Christmas Day. 

Chair -
In London, during December 2013, a disagreement over a public computer in a community center escalated to murder when six teenagers beat an older man with a chair. 

Banjos -
In a fit of reprehensible violence, a man from Ohio beat his wife to death with not one, but two banjos. After the first banjo was obliterated, the man continued with a second.

High heel-In 1935, 21-year-old Edith Maxwell was sentenced to 25 years in prison after beating her father to death with a high-heeled shoe after the father and daughter got into a fight in their home.

Sweatpants - One of the more creative instances of murder with an unusual weapon occurred in 2006 when a 61-year-old man from Florida strangled a 29-year-old woman with a pair of sweatpants.

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