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Subject: I wonder about that. But often, when people smell something like that, they don't WANT to dig through and find out what it is. They may suspect a dead animal but not want to find it.


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Date Posted: Saturday, April 03, 01:40:16pm
In reply to: The whole thing stinks. 's message, "I don't but it either." on Saturday, April 03, 01:04:03pm


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Well, sadly in the case of the Collyer brothers, Langely was tending to his invalid brother Homer. But when rubbish killed caregiver Langley, Homer starved to death. Authorities discovered invalid Homer's body first, and wasn't until weeks later they found poor ol' Langley. ...WARNING: DetailsSaturday, April 03, 01:45:53pm
    This sounds UNBELIEVABLE, but more than 19 TONS of junk were removed from the ground floor of the Collyer brownstone. The police continued to clear away the brothers' stockpile for weeks, removing ANOTHER 84 tons of trash and junk from the house!! (NT)That's 103 TONS of trash in one 3-story house -that's over 200,000lbs!!!!Saturday, April 03, 01:52:11pm


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