Dear Brooke, I can’t believe how awful it has been for you and your family.
The news of your passing has been breaking in our hearts and minds for so long.
We knew you were not a happy person, and I know you have suffered from a serious mental illness, but you were such a wonderful person who could be so much more.
It was never going to be the same without you.
We are devastated, and you were loved so much by so many.
It’s so sad to hear that we missed you.
This is going to hurt, but I know it is worth it.
I will always love you and miss you.
I love you so much, Brooke.
I know how much you mean to everyone around you, and we will always miss you and remember you as the kindest, most kind, and most caring person I know.
We will always have our hearts open and our hearts in prayer for you, our beautiful, loving, beautiful sister.
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Thank you so so much for your time, and may God bless you.
Jessie Berry, the creator of JBombs, the world’s most popular prank and death hoaxes, passed away on Saturday, February 8, at the age of 58.
Brooke is the oldest person in the world to die from JBombs.
She was known as “The Big Boo,” and “Big Boo” was her nickname.
In addition to the world-famous JBomb, Broke also played a role in making “Minnie the Potato,” “Little Miss Marge,” and other characters famous.
The Boo also inspired several films, including the 1985 movie “The Great Munchies.”
The world’s largest JBbomb was set up in the parking lot of the JB&B in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1977.
The prankster and “Munchies” star, Fred Savage, is believed to have killed himself, according to the National Enquirer.