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< Reply # 60 on 10/10/2011 4:17 AM >
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"My dad said in 1984 a guy in his town had a brand new corvette. He drove to the mt's and killed himself. He was in there for three weeks in the hot sun before they found him. His family tried to sell the corvette for many years after replacing the whole interior. The smell of the car would not go away. My dad said in 1987 they crushed the car. Three year old corvette... "

not saying it didnt happen but wasnt this on mythbusters?




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< Reply # 61 on 10/10/2011 4:42 AM >
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I use to work for Serve Pro and had to clean up a couple suicides and crime scenes. Plus some of the "forgotten". Elderly that die and are not discovered for some time, usually a few months at the worst. That smell, the smell of death, is a BITCH to get out of a home. Usually, you can but all fabrics have to go. And sometimes even the drywall has to come out. But it can be done. A Ozone machine will do wonders, but even it cannot always get that death smell out.




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< Reply # 62 on 10/10/2011 4:46 AM >
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"My dad said in 1984 a guy in his town had a brand new corvette. He drove to the mt's and killed himself. He was in there for three weeks in the hot sun before they found him. His family tried to sell the corvette for many years after replacing the whole interior. The smell of the car would not go away. My dad said in 1987 they crushed the car. Three year old corvette... "

not saying it didnt happen but wasnt this on mythbusters?


Wow i would have at least stripped the car of parts and sold them, better then crushing it for scrap....




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< Reply # 63 on 10/10/2011 8:23 AM >
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Interested i have a photo of a elderly women that was dead for seven months in her home before she was found. She died of a heart attack.

Were you the one who shot the photo?




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< Reply # 64 on 10/10/2011 12:06 PM >
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Pics or STFU! Haha we can make this our dead peeps thread.




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< Reply # 65 on 10/12/2011 4:34 AM >
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Were you the one who shot the photo?


No the old lady ones are from the forum my friend owns.




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< Reply # 66 on 10/12/2011 4:41 AM >
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I use to work for Serve Pro and had to clean up a couple suicides and crime scenes. Plus some of the "forgotten". Elderly that die and are not discovered for some time, usually a few months at the worst. That smell, the smell of death, is a BITCH to get out of a home. Usually, you can but all fabrics have to go. And sometimes even the drywall has to come out. But it can be done. A Ozone machine will do wonders, but even it cannot always get that death smell out.


Here in az* we have that happen allot. (retirees) Ac* goes out in there home they die in there and it's weeks before people find them. My friend that is a firefighter said ;ast month when it was 109 outside they got a report of a women missing they went to open her trailer and it was 176 degrees in her trailer and she has been dead for weeks.

I have always been in to death-gore sites. I have seen about dozen posts in the gore forums in the last 4-5 years of people exploring abandoned houses-factories and finding people, The last one i seen was about a year ago. Someone was exploring a motel-hotel in downtown detroit and found a dead man. He was sleeping between two mattress and they said he had been dead for and estimated 2 1/2 months.




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< Reply # 67 on 10/12/2011 2:34 PM >
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not saying it didnt happen but wasnt this on mythbusters?


Yeah, it was the "Stinky Car" episode. Season 1 episode 7


Pigs were placed in the car. The car was sealed with tape and placed in a container. Two months later the car was full of condensation, ‘raining’ in the car, and the seats, doorpanels, and carpets were dirty and disintegrating.

...the car's interior will be destroyed.
Confirmed
When unsealed, the car was full of condensation and maggots, and the upholstery was dirty and disintegrating.

...the car cannot be cleaned up enough to remove the smell completely. Confirmed
With the aid of a professional cleaning company, the car was cleaned, but some parts (such as the seats) proved to be beyond the cleaners' abilities, as well as the impracticality of disassembling every part. Adam and Jamie also reasoned that traces of material in the air conditioning system would cause the smell to linger.
...the car cannot be cleaned up enough to be sold.
Busted
After the smell and failure to start turned away several potential buyers, the MythBusters did find a buyer who was willing to purchase the car for US$2,000 and use it for spare parts.




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< Reply # 68 on 10/13/2011 4:23 AM >
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Honestly one of things I hope to never find when exploring. But i bet it will be an experience they will never forget




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< Reply # 69 on 10/13/2011 12:21 PM >
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well its better then a other picture of peeling paint i guess.


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< Reply # 70 on 10/15/2011 1:55 PM >
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Wow i would have at least stripped the car of parts and sold them, better then crushing it for scrap....


That urban legend is older than I am. It was told in the '50's ...
"A guy bought a brand new '55 Corvette . . ."




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< Reply # 71 on 1/17/2012 3:30 AM >
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My mother called the po po after not seeing her single neighbor stiring for quite a while. When they were knocking on the door they could smell something.

The man died in bed approx 2 weeks earlier, to compound things it was a waterbed that developed a leak and added to mess. He had purchased the house a year earlier for $275K and after a full renovation it sold for $210K.

What a deal!




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< Reply # 72 on 1/17/2012 12:03 PM >
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Not only is this OP one of the biggest trolls ever (trust me, I know these kinds of things)


But I'm thoughtful about finding bodies in mineshafts, or when diving in flooded mineshafts.

I'm considering making a bodybag part of my supplies box.




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"My dad said in 1984 a guy in his town had a brand new corvette. He drove to the mt's and killed himself. He was in there for three weeks in the hot sun before they found him. His family tried to sell the corvette for many years after replacing the whole interior. The smell of the car would not go away. My dad said in 1987 they crushed the car. Three year old corvette... "

not saying it didnt happen but wasnt this on mythbusters?


I was sitting in a pretty nice old Mercedes in the wreckers wondering why it was there, till I later (5 minutes later) found out it was buried in the snow in the ditch for a month with the driver inside.

Yuck.

As for the Corvette, good riddance




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^^ I would imagine in a frozen environment the results wouldn't be as ...erm... exacerbated?




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I was sitting in a pretty nice old Mercedes in the wreckers wondering why it was there, till I later (5 minutes later) found out it was buried in the snow in the ditch for a month with the driver inside.

Yuck.

As for the Corvette, good riddance



ugly car, I'd take the drive train for one of my projects though.




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Aw, no one has mentioned the girl who got lost in the tunnels in Ukraine yet. That's OK, Monty Burns is here for you.

http://www.uer.ca/...urrpage=1&pp#post5




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i knew this girl here in my town who's father killed himself in a Ford Festiva. He used a shotgun under his chin and just removed everything from the neck up. Anyways, they kept the car, changed the interior out and drove it for several years afterwards. It was the only Festiva that had a hump in the roof over the drivers' seat. I flatly refused to ride in that car.




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Aw, no one has mentioned the girl who got lost in the tunnels in Ukraine yet. That's OK, Monty Burns is here for you.

http://www.uer.ca/...urrpage=1&pp#post5


Speaking of Eugene, I wonder why he hasn't gotten a Death Star...hmm




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omg! wow, that would be something to come across!




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