Zoo Featured In ‘Tiger King’ Searched By Police After Human Remains Believed To Be On Property

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The zoo made famous through Netflix’s “Tiger King” was searched by police for human remains.

Oklahoma authorities searched the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park after an investigation conducted by The Travel Channel’s “Ghost Adventures” team led them to believe remains were on the property, according to a report published Saturday by TheWrap.

“‘Ghost Adventures’ has been filming at the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park for an upcoming episode of the series,” a spokesperson from The Travel Channel told the outlet. “Cadaver dogs were brought in as part of the team’s ghost investigation and did pick up a scent, which is currently being investigated further.”

Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation and Garvin County Sheriff Jim Mullett were called to the scene after the cadaver dogs targeted an alligator pit, Jeff Lowe told KOCO 5. No human remains were found, but a small animal was found. (RELATED: ‘Tiger King’ Star Jeff Lowe Claims Joe Exotic Had Sexual Relations With A Tiger)

A source told TMZ that Joe Exotic has claimed the ashes of four people were buried on the property.

You just keep thinking that the stories out of “Tiger King” can’t get any weirder and then the stories just keep getting weirder. I wouldn’t be surprised if some sinister stuff had gone down at that zoo, but I guess we’ll just have to wait and see.

I swear they probably have enough new content to create a whole second season of “Tiger King” and I’m sure all of America would watch it.