Skip to comments.Complaints About Turkey Attacks On The Rise In Brookline
Posted on 11/21/2012 6:06:56 PM PST by mkmensinger
Neighbors are on the offensive in Brookline after what some residents are describing as aggressive turkeys.
They were attacking the vehicle, Karen Halvorson said outside her home in the Aspinwall Hill neighborhood.
After getting in her truck, a neighbor came and ran the birds off but it didnt stop there.
Then, the turkeys came and started attacking my front door, she said.
(Excerpt) Read more at boston.cbslocal.com ...
In this war of attrition I expect a major human victory on Thursday.
“Attack of the Killer Turkeys” was filmed on location in the suburban Boston area, where they had no shortage of qualified turkey extras.
We have quite a few here in South Jersey, but I’ve never known them to be aggressive.
They’re upset about all of the traffic in Boston last night... a 25 mile back-up on the Mass Pike and a 35 mile back-up on Route 128.
"Every turkey dies, but not every turkey truly lives."
I would think it would be fun to put on some leather gear and run up to and grab a few turkeys and break their necks and, nom nom nom...
Nothing that cannot be solved with mashed potatoes, stuffing, and cranberry sauce.
If the cops were called in, they’d shoot the dogs. Not sure about the turkeys, though. It might not be part of their training.
I actually tried that once. Wanted to see how fast wild turkeys could move if I chased them.
They left me in the dirt. Literally.
Wild turkeys have a nasty spur on their leg. -tom
There’s no question they are serious birds.
there are a few videos on YouTube, one has the police officer calling for back up ,every time he got out his car the turkey would go after him ,pretty funny
This was bound to happen when the Turkish government became increasingly islamicized.
My wild turkeys come in my yard if I don’t get the corn out for them early enough. The surround me as I feed them but never been attacked. I feed 46 a day, most of them being babies when they first met me. It is so cool.
The only turkeys I can fathom in Brookline, MA are the liberals wack-jobs that live there.
Ours are a bit more shy. If I go out the back door when they’re in the yard, they leave. It’s amazing how quickly they can just disappear.
I think. Forty-six turkey mouths to feed is a lot. Lol.
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