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< Reply # 460 on 9/11/2006 3:16 AM >
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< Reply # 461 on 9/11/2006 9:24 PM >
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Well, freshley dead pidgeons, half rotten pidgeons, a dead pidgeon that was torn into many small pieces and still had the skull where you could actually see the dried out brain. Lots of pidgeon shit, and a dead mouse, all in the same building.




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< Reply # 462 on 9/12/2006 8:33 AM >
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I wonder what that is from?? some war?? or they may have just dumped a load of the bodys there after the war


It's from the plauge. They didn't have anything to do with the corpses so they buried them in catacombs deep under ground. Some of the workers who were involved in putting the bodies/bones there sometimes made designs out of them, it looks really cool but is very creepy/morbid.



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< Reply # 463 on 9/12/2006 4:44 PM >
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Helluva thread here.....wow.
I've found dead birds, underwear, a raccoons paw, a rotten pomegranate that I first thought was a brain ha! And a sex toy that had been chewed up on one end......but the one on the (s)exercise machine takes the cake!
I've found grosser things when I was a superintendant and had to actually clean the places-YUCH it figures!




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< Reply # 464 on 9/14/2006 9:06 PM >
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Mainly birds, rodents, seen a dead raccoon too. Oh and I found a spine that we could not establish a specie for, but was speculated to be human but later debunked as being from an animal. My only question was where was the rest of it...

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< Reply # 465 on 9/14/2006 11:57 PM >
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found a police counterban incinerator sitting by the weapons hangars of http://www.uer.ca/...ow.asp?locid=25057 it was about 2 ft deep of packed ash and the most deformed pyrex bongs ive ever seen.


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sorry bout that second one, its a bit small, but thats a pair of sneakers in a sealed police evidence bag that didnt burn up all the way. also found a scorched metal bat and the remains of some PCs




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< Reply # 466 on 9/18/2006 7:56 PM >
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Thats a pretty cool thing to find actually....whats that in the first picture? Looks like a bunch of glass pipes.




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< Reply # 467 on 9/18/2006 8:00 PM >
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Thats a pretty cool thing to find actually....whats that in the first picture? Looks like a bunch of glass pipes.


You dear, innocent, sheltered soul - them is boooongs, duuuude!

'Twas a rather half-arsed attempt at destroying evidence by the fuzz.

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< Reply # 468 on 9/18/2006 8:32 PM >
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yep bongs :3 most of them were those little palm sized ones (sorry dont do it so wouldnt know x3) there was a good 40-50 of em a lot still intact.




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< Reply # 469 on 9/18/2006 9:29 PM >
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Only your average pot head would be able to spot drug paraphernalia in the smallest of images lol



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< Reply # 470 on 9/19/2006 3:18 AM >
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yep bongs :3 most of them were those little palm sized ones (sorry dont do it so wouldnt know x3) there was a good 40-50 of em a lot still intact.




Haha! did you... kept some?




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< Reply # 471 on 9/19/2006 3:20 AM >
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Only your average pot head would be able to spot drug paraphernalia in the smallest of images lol


Oddly enough, I've never consumed an illicit substance in my entire life, but I know quite a bit about the language and paraphinalia for some reason. I certainly don't hang out with stoners, so your guess is as good as mine lol.

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< Reply # 472 on 9/19/2006 3:51 AM >
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Haha! did you... kept some?


xD no for many reasons: 1) i do not smoke T_T 2) the only thing worse than being caught on gov't prop and drug parphenlia (sp) is that you got it from the gov't prop (and the Grandview police are known to be quite rowdy) and 3) i go by the rules "take only pictures leave only footprints"




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< Reply # 473 on 9/19/2006 11:46 PM >
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I was beginning to worry that I'd never reach the end of this thread.

But, I guess it's time for me to share. These are for the "weird" category.
1. Actually found while saving a turtle, not UEing, but...under a concrete bridge in some big boulders, a dead dog. The way it was positioned it looked like someone trapped him in the rocks somehow because it looked like he had been struggling, and he was so well preserved (completely mummified and beyond the point of smelling), that at first it looked like just a bald dog sleeping--until we saw his spine sticking out. No pics, sorry, might be able to get some, though--I think it was better preserved than anything I've seen so far on this thread. It was rather unsettling to think that someone might have trapped him there to die.

2. On a trip to the backwoods mountains of western North Carolina, a friend and I set off to explore the wilderness around our cabin. A good distance from the backyard of an old farmhouse (not abandoned, sadly), we found an old, no longer used dump with lots of various glass bottles. Now, I know the consensus is not to take things from UE/RE sites, but this was a dump, and I don't think anyone was going to be upset nor anything bothered by us taking a few discarded old bottles. Turns out most of them were broken, but we did find a few good ones, including one of the big clear gallon ones with thin necks. We took them home but left them in the yard for a few months because we kept forgetting to clean them out, but eventually we did get around to dumping the dirt and crud out of them. However, we discovered that the big hunk of...stuff in the gallon jug was not dirt, but fur. And 42 mouse skulls--just the skulls, no other bones at all (not even big, visible bones like hips). So the jug ultimately left us with more questions than answers: How did they get in there? Where's the rest of them? Were they "fresher" when we took the jug (we hadn't inspected the contents and that particular jug was on the top pf the pile)...? Was/is there some crazy hillbilly living near there who liked to chop the heads off mice and keep them?




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< Reply # 474 on 9/20/2006 9:06 AM >
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While SCUBA diving in a very deep shipwreck (the Kamloops) in Lake Superior in the 1990s, I entered the engine room & came upon the saponified (look it up) but mostly intact remains of one of the engine room guys, still partially clothed.

He died when the wreck sank -- back in I think around 1929! I looked but didn't stare, & then went about the rest of my dive. **THANKFULLY** I was warned in advance that he was there.


A cool thing I found while SCUBA diving in another deep wreck in Lake Superior -- I was inside one of the crew's quarters just poking around, and slowly opened a small dresser drawer for the heck of it. It was full of silt (which is why I opened it slowly, so the silt didn't mess up visibility), but I felt around in it, and found a pack of Wrigley's Spearmint Gum, circa early 1950s when the freighter had sunk! It was still sealed. The year-round 40 degree water & then several inches worth of silt had preserved it for 45 years. It was tempting to take it, but I put the pack back where I found it.




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< Reply # 475 on 9/20/2006 3:09 PM >
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Once I found a dog arm in a cemetary, fur and everything, like it had recently been hacked off. Another time I was out I found a bunch of cow bones (skulls, jaws, everything) in the basement of a barn in Newry, ME.




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< Reply # 476 on 9/25/2006 6:43 AM >
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Wow, just read through this entire thread. I can safely say that I will never throw up outside of being actually sick again.

To the shipwreck guy: Running into dead people underwater, inside a rusted old wreck is at the top of the list of things that would make me have a heart attack.




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< Reply # 477 on 9/26/2006 4:55 AM >
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http://kcurbex.org...m/files/18_280.jpg

this biggest oldest fucking microwave ive seen! i swear to god i thought it was a tv! it was plugged in and there was power, but it was busted -_- lol who wouldnt want an x-ray and a burrito at the same time?




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< Reply # 478 on 9/26/2006 5:19 AM >
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haha i think i used to have that microwave.




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My mom did have a microwave just like that.




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