New York Man Finds Corpse In His Dead Mom’s Freezer

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A New York City man simply wanted to clean the apartment of his deceased mother when he discovered something horrifying.

In the process of tidying up The Hamilton Heights apt, the man stumbled upon a working chest freezer sealed with duct tape, the New York Daily News reported on May 1st. When he opened it, he discovered human remains stuffed inside.

The authorities who were called to the scene said that the body has been stored in the freezer for at least 10 years. The decomposition was so bad, that it was impossible to determine its sex right away. They have launched an investigation and planned an autopsy to find out the identity of the cadaver.

According to the apartment complex superintendent Asmir Basim, the woman who used to live there was “a lovely lady, always very pleasant”, but never allowed workers inside her place.

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