Discussion in 'Up to the Minute' started by dotr, May 1, 2018.
No foul play. Interesting. It reminds me of the man who died in garbage chute. So weird.
I guess they'd be able to tell if the wall was cut open to hide a body.... but still weird.
He climbed in there himself?
Was this a recent death? Or were they old remains?
If this was an accidental death why was the man crawling in the vent and why wasn't he reported missing?
Spokeswoman Emma Poole said a worker was called Monday morning to fix a toilet that wouldnt flush in a womens washroom in the downtown mall.
If you were to look at the toilet, theres a panel behind it so that when people move it would automatically flush, she said. When they removed that panel, they found a deceased person behind that wall.
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What? Is that normal? For someone to be crawling through the duct system? I'm assuming they would have smelt something if it were old, but maybe not
Maybe someone was trying to rob the mall? Trying to climb up inside the ducts and stay there until after closing? is that even possible? LOL
I’m interested in how this turns out. I wonder if it just happened the prior night. He fell and broke the toilet. I wonder if anyone did report anyone missing, if police would keep it quiet if they believed it to be this man.
The "falling thru duct work" and winding up in between the wall behind the toilet in a women's bathroom is..........pretty unlucky & quite a coinkydink.
What are the chances of THAT happening???
Yes. No foul play? Hmmm
It reminded me of the young Asian woman who worked in a science lab at a university IIRC and she was about to be married in a f ew days. She was seen or carded going in and not seen leaving. Her body was found in the wall or ceiling tiles.
Rodney Justinick is missing from Airdrie since April 24th...FWIW
(Airdrie is 35 kms / 23 miles from the Core Shopping Centre.)
Annie Le --- was treated as a homicide -- yes strange things do happen....
ETA: here's the link to her section here at WS
Im wondering if he was upside down with head first at the bottom. That would better explain how he died then because I think being upside down puts a body in stress if left there for very long. All the blood would rush to his head and would probably cause panic and eventual death quicker than if he was rightside up.
There was a recent sad case of a boy who fell behind a car seat and was pinned. I think he may have been in an awkward position. He died pretty quick because of the position of his body and I think the van seat was pushing against his chest. Something similar could have happened if the guy was upside down and the wall was pushing on his chest.
Because if he was rightside up I would think he could slowly work to chisel a hole in the wall and bang on the wall for eventual help at some point if he was standing upright. Of course even if upright he may have not had much room to do much of anything. Maybe use his mouth to try to eat through the wall. It is horrific to think of being trapped like that.
Here is even another case of something similar happening. It may happen more commonly than we think. So sad.
"A Houston woman, whose skeletal remains were found in the wall of her bungalow last year, is believed to have fallen through her attic floor before becoming wedged in the walls"
All good points above.
My cousin at age 50 fell through his attic (unfinished attic with only those separated boards) and landed in his closet below with broken ribs. This case is much stranger. I also want to know, as mentioned, were the remains old? What about a smell? Was there advanced decomposition?
How strange ! And how awful for the deseased.
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