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Hoarder Mom Shocked to Find Corpse of Missing Son Sitting in Her House for 20 Years

The woman claims she thought her son simply moved out.

Mark Andrew





This news is absolutely weird.

According to recent reports, a fully-dressed corpse of an adult man was found inside the house of his blind mother – and it’s been sitting there for about 20 years already. Authorities said that the elderly blind woman’s home was full of trash and it looked as if “a garbage truck had dumped its load,” said an officer. Another described the house like “some reverse “Psycho” scene.”

Rita Wolfensohn, an old lady from Brooklyn, was taken to the hospital one day by relatives when Josette Buchman, her sister-in-law, discovered a ‘completely intact’ skeleton wearing a shirt, socks, and jeans in the second-floor bedroom. It was lying down on a mattress on the floor.

Authorities discovered a fully-clothed corpse inside an elderly blind woman’s home. It was apparently her missing son.


After the authorities conducted an investigation, officials are convinced that Wolfensohn probably wasn’t aware she was living with her son’s corpse. The room was full of garbage and cobwebs, after all. Also, the room smelled liked rotting food but there was no scent of rotting flesh.

The blind woman always believed her son has simply moved out.

Joseph Buchman and Josette, brother and sister-in-law of the blind woman, have said that their sister has now been transferred to an assisted-living facility. Wolfensohn had two children. One of her sons died in 2003 at the age of 38. Meanwhile, Louis, her other son, has gone missing for 20 years already.

As of this writing, authorities have yet to officially identify that the corpse is indeed Louis Wolfensohn but it is highly likely, given the circumstances.

What do you think about this, folks? Share your thoughts with us by living a comment below.

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This Father Does Everything He Can to Protect His Daughter During a Zombie Apocalypse

Need a zombie movie that’s different from the rest? Check out this short film!

Mich Escultura



You've all probably seen the wildly popular Korean movie, Train to Busan, that chronicles the struggles of a father protecting his daughter from danger during a zombie apocalypse in moving train. If that's the kind of theme that floats your boat, then you'll definitely love this short film by Australian duo Ben Howling and Yolanda Ramke called Cargo. It was created on a budget of $3,800, and took a total of two days to make.

With no dialog and maximum cinematic impact, Cargo tells the story of a man and his baby daughter as they're caught in a world filled with bloodthirsty zombies. Unlike in Train to Busan where the main character's kid is already old enough to follow instructions and keep herself away from harm, the child in this short film is just a baby who could cry at any minute and alert the zombies.

The film is heartbreaking, thrilling, and sometimes hard to watch. There's just the right balance of of anticipation and fear, though it's nowhere near the typical zombie chase movie. It is, however, a movie about racing against time. You'll see why immediately.

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Russian Teen Tries To Take Selfie On Roof, Ends Up Falling To Death

A 19-year-old Russian man became a social media fatality after he fell to his death as he tried to take a selfie on the rooftop of a building.

Faye Williams



These days, many people put a premium on the image they project on their social media pages.

A number of folks are content to share the good things happening in their lives. However, there are those who want to look like the coolest or most daring person ever. A Russian teen probably had this in mind when he went up on the rooftop of a a building that's nine floors high.

It's a tragic sight.

It's a tragic sight.

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Woman Ordered Ribs But Claimed Chinese Restaurant Gave Her Cooked Dog Paws Instead!

Or was it really spare ribs?




It's one thing to be given a different food than the one you ordered at a restaurant; it's another to be served a box filled with dog paws in place of the food you expect. This woman experienced just that, or so she claimed.

Ashley Jefferson narrated in her Facebook post about ordering spare ribs from a Chinese restaurant called China Palace in Havre de Grace in Maryland. When she received her order, she discovered what she claimed to be a box of dog paws.

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