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Inmate calls 911 before he's found dead: Eerie voice on call possibly his killer

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A prisoner made several 911 calls from his cell phone while incarcerated before he was found dead on the floor of his cell. In a bizarre mystery, the prisoner never spoke on these 911 calls, but the voice that is heard in the background may very well be his killer, according to .com on Jan. 31.

The several 911 calls that came in from the prisoner’s cell phone had a man’s voice saying “Whether or not you’re a dead man. Just hang up.” These words are believed to have been spoken by the man who killed the prisoner, reported by

Authorities have yet to identify the man’s voice on the recording, but the investigation is on-going. The victim’s name is Christopher Glass, who was incarcerated in the Lawton, Oklahoma as a GEO prison inmate.

Glass, 33, was found dead on the floor of his cell, on Monday. Police records indicate that six calls were placed from a cell phone registered to him between the hours of 8:50 p.m. on Sunday, with the last one coming in at 1:44 a.m. on Monday morning. He was found dead at 7:20 a.m. on Monday.

This is a mystery with very little answers so far. There is no word on what caused Glass’s death at this time.



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