Tuesday, April 02, 2013

MTV Reality Star Dies
A sad day for fans of reality rednecks. One cast member of the MTV television reality series Buckwild, filmed in West Virginia was found dead along with two other people. 21-year-old Shain Gandee was found near his Sissonville home in an SUV that was over into a ditch. Gandee, his uncle, and another person were last seen on Sunday night leaving a bar telling patrons they were going to go four wheeling on the Gandee property. Police began to search for the men after no had heard from them. Officers said a call of the wrecked vehicle sent them on four wheelers to the site. They say it was very muddy and very bad terrain. They are not saying anything about the condition of the bodies but did say no foul play was suspected in the incident. Gandee became the star of thE Buckwild reality show that focuses on redneck life of youngsters living in the Sissonville and Charleston, West Virginia area. (CC)

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