Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Gogeta, Nov 9, 2008.
OMG...how incredibly sad. I work in a long-term care facility and it just breaks my heart to hear about things like these. This woman likely has some form of dementia and did not know what to do when her siblings passed on. What a shame.
Sometimes you just hate to lose anyone. Rough part is, 3 lived with 1 rotting body, then 2 lived with a skeleton and a rotting body, then she lived with 2 skeletons and a rotting body.
Upwards of 90 years old... reported by a "caregiver"... yea this sounds a little fishy to me... for example, how many nurses aides came in there, saw the dead bodies, but thought, "i'm not going to report her"... this is a fishy story with little facts to go on.
A senior advocate did a check on her and discovered what had happened.
She was one of he old people that was alert and aware of what was going on in the neighborhood, did gardening, and shared he plants with the others in the close knot neighborhood.
She explained her brother Frank not being around by saying he moved out of the area to live with other relatives, and the sister's, Anita and Elaine, she explained as being afraid of open spaces, agoraphobia. People that did stop by she did not let in the house.
No nurse's aides were hurt in the article.
That is from my local paper, as Evanston is pretty local to me.
A four way if you are in to that sort of thing.
Gives a whole new meaning to the phrase; "I want my mummy!"
Feel sorry to the women but that is a pretty twisted thing to do :S
Well, she didn't have to go far to bring flowers in memory of the dear departed!
WOW...at what point do the neighbors report the smell. One decomposing body smell bad but 3. WOW...
Your a sick f**k for even thinking that. :shock:
I am but a tortured soul, lost in a Dark World of Blackhattery and it is only my perverted sense of humour which allows me to tenaciously hang on to the barest threads of sanity!
Speaking of which........
Now that was funny... Wonder why that never went gold?
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