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Hallucinating California Man Breaks Into Family's Home, Fatally Shot By Homeowner

| by Jonathan Wolfe

Be careful everyone. The crazies are out in full force lately. Yesterday, an Oklahoma City man said a homosexual demon convinced him to burn a bible and cover himself in blood. Today, a hallucinating California resident broke into a family’s home while screaming about zombies.

The man is identified as 22-year-old Paul Bracamontes. He was allegedly in the backyard of a family in Yorba Linda, California when he started screaming at family members through a sliding glass door. Eventually Bracamontes broke though the door and entered the home. He was shot and killed by one of the homeowners.

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The homeowners were interviewed by investigators and then released.

Bracamontes relatives say the man began making odd comments about zombies at a party earlier that night.

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“At some point during conversations at that party they say he began hallucinating… and that he needed to get a gun,” said Lt. Jeff Hallock of the Orange Co. Sheriff’s Department.

Investigators say autopsy and toxicology tests are scheduled to be performed on Bracamontes to determine if he was under the influence of alcohol or drugs during the break in. The results of the tests won’t be available for 8-12 weeks. 

Source: KTLA, ABC-7