Las Vegas shop sells 'corpse water' after body found in a barrel in Lake Mead during drought

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The water bottle with the name 'Lake Mead Corpse Water' was created by Charlie Hanks, the owner of Blaspheme Boutique in Las Vegas. It is not from Lake Mead, which has seen its water levels decrease over the past three decades. The shop has been open for a year and has a dark magic and fantasy theme. A man's body was found in a barrel at the bottom of Lake Moselm on May 1. Las Las Vegas strip was once dominated by mob-run casinos. Hank's shop is selling the water bottles to boost the online presence. She doesn't want to make light of the fact that there are dead bodies in the lake.

The mob helped to build out the Las Vegas strip. It was home to notorious gangsters like Davie 'the Jew' Berman and Bugsy Siegel. Mob families from Chicago and New York poured money into Las Las in the 1950s. The mob ruled Vegas until the 1980s when the FBI cracked down on the corruption. By the end of the decade, all casinos on Las Nevada strip had been sold to legitimate owners. The Mob Museum features the bloodied and bullet-ridden wall that the St. Valentine's Day Massacre was carried out against. it. There is also a museum with the photos of Al Capone.

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