Police Investigate Putrid Smell and Stumble Upon The Most Horrific Crime They've Seen

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When concerned neighbors called the police to investigate a putrid smell coming out of a foreclosed home, they were not prepared for what was inside. The moral of this story is if you see something, say something or rather, if you smell something, because if it wasn't for these concerned neighbors, this situation could have ended up a lot worse...

A Horrific Smell

When a bizarre smell began to waft through a small village in Madagascar, the people who lived there tried to ignore it. After all, it wasn’t that bad… It was probably just a sewer thing and it was going to be fixed, right? 

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Can’t Ignore It

After a few days, they noticed that it wasn’t going away. In fact, it was getting worse. Some neighbors gathered in the street to try and figure out what was making the smell and how they could make it go away. It obviously wasn’t sewage, it smelled like death...

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The More You Know

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