Posted by | October 27, 2012 16:14 | Filed under: Top Stories

At the Porter County Public Library in Indiana, an employee was shocked to see a gun tucked inside a book.

Tucked into a hollowed-out space in a book called “Outerbridge Reach,” a novel by Robert Stone, the gun was a .31-caliber, single shot, A.S.M. brand with a gold, wooden handle.

“Somebody just opened it up and said, ‘Oh my,’” Porter County Public Library assistant director Phyllis Nelson told a local paper.

By: Alan

Alan Colmes is the publisher of Liberaland.