A boat captain from Galveston who was hired to spread the ashes of three people offshore has been arrested after police said the ashes were found in other places. According to an article published by KHOU we learn that Cody Kenney has been charged with three counts of abuse of a corpse. He was released on a $15,000 bond. The reason why the ashes were not thrown is not clear at this time, however, it is rather disturbing.  According to court records, Kenney worked as a boat captain for Galveston Deep Sea Fishing Charters. The business gets frequent requests to spread ashes over water for families who have cremated their loved ones, records say.

In the article, we learn that the owner of Galveston Deep Sea Fishing Charters recieved a call from an employee of a funeral home who said the remains of a man were found in the garage of Captain Kenney's former crew member, records show. Captain Kenney reportedly signed for those remains on Jan. 26, 2022.

On Oct. 19, 2022, the owner of Galveston Deep Sea Fishing Charters found the remains of two more individuals on each one of his boats, according to court documents.

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The final date of park operation was October 30, 2005, and it was soon demolished afterward.  The site still sits vacant and is used as overflow parking for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Share what your favorite ride at Astroworld was in the Facebook comments of this post.

Check out some of the iconic rollercoasters that Astrowold brought us:

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Who remembers Texas Cyclone? It was an iconic wooden roller coaster that became a symbol of Houston Texas.


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X-L-R-8 was the first thrill ride I ever went on. The suspended steel coaster definitely brought up the adrenaline.


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This roller coaster didn't open until March 14, 1998, and was renamed Taz Texas Tornado. I still remember Taz in the commercials.


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During its run at Six Flags AstroWorld, it featured a tunnel surrounding the first drop. The exterior had a dragon mural although most people mistook it for a Viper. I mean that is the name of the ride.

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