Stop Endorsing Camp Snapperfest

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Stop Endorsing Camp Snapperfest

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Camp Shore Campgrounds is a spawning grounds for future Jim Jones type mentalities. Their annual animal abuse event, Snapperfest, draws the likes of which can only be described as future domestic abusers and serial killers.

According to the Humane Society of the United States

" . . . Many studies in psychology, sociology, and criminology in the past 25 years have demonstrated that violent offenders frequently have childhood and adolescent histories of serious and repeated animal cruelty. The FBI has recognized the connection since the 1970s, when its analysis of the lives of serial killers suggested that most had killed or tortured animals as children.

Other research has shown consistent patterns of animal cruelty among perpetrators of other forms of violence, including child abuse, spousal abuse, and elder abuse. In fact, the American Psychiatric Association considers animal cruelty one of the diagnostic criteria of conduct disorder."

Something dark lurks in the town of Rising Sun, Indiana for them to not only tolerate but to actually endorse the dysfunctional establishment that hosts it's Torture-Fest for entire families.

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Rising Sun QuiltFest advertises for Camp Shore Campgrounds here:

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