November 14, 2018
Greetings fellow Bizarros:
There is a song that goes, 'All my ex's live in Texas, And that's why I hang my hat in Tennessee.' That might lead a person to believe that divorcees in Texas are bitter and vindictive. And today's story does nothing to dispel this belief. While there is no background provided as to why this Texas woman got a divorce, so we cannot speculate as to what led to her dramatic actions, I think you will agree that her response was over-the-top to say the least.
When 43-year-old Kimberly Santleben-Stiteler got a divorce after 14 years of marriage she decided to have a divorce party at her father's farm, about 25 miles west of San Antonio. This is not a completely unusual thing to do. People who were in particularly stressful marriages sometimes like to celebrate their newfound freedom.
At this party Kimberly wanted to destroy some things that reminded her of her old life; primarily her wedding dress. But Kimberly was not content with simply throwing it on a bonfire. With the help of a demolitions expert she rigged her dress with 20 pounds of Tannerite, which is the explosive component of those explosive targets used for longer range firearms training.
She honed her shooting skills with some practice before the party - because with that much Tannerite, the family wasn't sure that shooting the dress from 100 yards away would be safe enough. But Kimberly hit the bullseye on her first shot.
The resulting fireball was the size of a garage.
"We were all getting messages asking if that was our explosion people were feeling and hearing around the county, up to at least 15 miles away," Kimberly's sister Carla said. "It was like, 'Uh, is everything okay over there'?"
The explosion she says was felt through parts of Medina County. She had about 40 guests, who all cheered when the dress was no more.
"On the one hand, it was like being on set of some action movie. The explosion was huge," Kimberly said. "It was liberating pulling that trigger. It was closure for all of us."
I don't know what her husband, sorry, EX-husband did to piss her off, but I hope for his sake he doesn't try to reconcile.
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