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August 30, 2012


Body parts found in auctioned storage unit

(Thanks to Amy Mayrhofer)


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Now that's the wow factor.

He could touch on three reality shows in one swoop -- maybe four if he could bring the stuff to a pawn shop.

"they're now trying to figure out if a crime was committed"

Hmmmm... I'm gonna go out on a limb here...

There are private pathologists?

The perfect gift for the person who has everything. (especially when you're in the will)

Can you book one for a party? Like a clown?

I'm a signed organ donor, so I hope it can help someone after I'm gone.
I'm open for organ donations or Halloween celebrations, whichever comes first.

Oh, that naughty Igor !

Abby Someone...

Which parts?

Hey, I'm just askin'....

These units cost an arm and a leg.

wait, now we will have to have storage wars-florida. the texas one is hilarious.

Unless the original owners of the organs want them back, they now belong to the buyer. He's going to have a nice bill for hazwaste disposal, which the pathologist was probably avoiding.

Stocking up for the zombie apocalypse, perhaps.

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