The eggs were covered in glitter and painted purple. When they splattered against the sides of the house that winter, the yolks froze, leaving an icy mess that could only be scrubbed away with soap and hot water.
Lauren Auch’s home was egged three times in the span of a month, beginning Christmas morning 2015. The attacks didn’t feel like pranks — they felt personal, vicious. Whoever was behind them knew purple was Auch’s favourite colour. She began placing weapons around the house — a hatchet by her bed, a hammer by the front door, unsure of what the attacker would do next. (Edmonton Journal)Read Full Article