Dead Body Found in New Hampshire by Pokemon GO Players

Pokemon GO has been making all kinds of headlines for the past week or so since it launched - and you've probably heard all about it, unless you're under a rock. Some of the headlines have been good, while others, like this one, haven't been. Last week, a group of teens playing Pokemon GO in Wyoming came across a dead body. Now it looks as if its déjà vu, in New Hampshire this time. According to 7 News Boston, a Pokemon GO player found the dead body floating in a brook at the Rotary Park in Nashua. The player was "catching 'em all", as the park has plenty of PokeStops inside. The report from 7 News Boston also speculates whether the dead body was there playing Pokemon GO, as we've already heard of someone falling off of a cliff while playing the game, it wouldn't be all that surprising.

 

While it seems like Pokemon GO is doing a great job of getting everyone out of the house and walking around their neighborhood, it is definitely a sight to be seen, when you're just out catching Pokemon. In fact, there was a bit of news earlier this week about a news anchor who photo bombed their co-worker on live TV because they were attempting to catch a Pokemon. Probably a good way to lose their job there. Another story came out about a man that was wanted, and ended up at the Police Station in Milford, MI, while catching Pokemon.

Pokemon GO is based off of Niantic's first game, Ingress. Where players walk around hitting up PokeStops for items and collecting Pokemon that may appear. They can also go to gyms and battle it out with players from other factions. The game, surprisingly (or perhaps unsurprisingly) has taken over the world in the past week. With just about everyone you see outside, playing Pokemon GO. Niantic, who created the game with Nintendo, has some big plans for the game, and many new features that will be rolling out soon. But let's hope that Pokemon GO players don't find any more dead bodies while playing the addicting game.

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