ALIVE but - Useless old Grandmother sent to the Garbage Dump.
MUMBAI (BOMBAY) INDIA: A sick 75 year old Indian grandmother thrown into the garbage by her relatives has died.
Chinnammel Palaniappan was rescued from the garbage dump in Erode town,400Km from Chennnai(Lahore)capital of southern Tamil Nadu state last week.
Police said she told her rescuers that, she had been taken from her home after her daughter had told her grandsons to dump her far away, so that she could not find her way back.
Before she died she told rescuers she woke up and found herself amongst a heap of rotting garbage.
OTTAWA: A Canadian man has found the remains of an infant Wrapped in news print dated September 12 1925 and stashed in the walls of an old house now under renovation.
You always hope to find something in walls - coins - antiques but never a baby, renovator Bob Kinghorn said.
He was about to drill a hole through a ceiling joist when he found a bundle of newspaper he first believed was Insulation. Inside was the infant believed to be four months of age.
HAVE You ever moved into an old house and never explored the closed Attic or Roof Cavity or even a bricked up fireplace. Get to it, you never know what treasures or horrors you may find, or if you have already done this I would love to hear of any bizarre discoveries or strange happenings you may have encountered.
Vest Daily Gaggle.
Saturday, 28 July 2007
Alive but - Useless old Grandmother sent to the Garbage Dump. Also 82 year old Baby found - Mummified.
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