Couple Horrified After Finding ‘Suitcase Of Bones’ When Trying To Renovate Garden


Imagine finding this when renovating your home!

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A woman who had the police dig up her garden after discovering a “suitcase full of bones” has been sharing her experience online.

Yes, you heard correctly.

Here is a video where she describes the circumstance:

It’s not like they discovered some ancient artefacts or perhaps the bones of a long-dead pet in the backyard.

As always, we’ll have to wait to hear what the cops have to say, but it’s clear that something very weird is happening.

The whole situation began when Rebecca-Lynne Chols’ husband was digging in their Tennessee garden when he came across what he thought to be a tree root.

She alleges that when he pulled it out, he found that it was actually a bone.

He then made the call to the police, as any good citizen would.

They dug around when they got there and found the “suitcase full of bones.”

For all the online snoops, Rebecca-Lynne did the right thing and began documenting what was happening.

Writing on TikTok, she said: “When there’s a full blown investigation happening in your backyard because your husband dug up a suitcase full of bones while trying to plant trees.”

In the clip, she can be seen standing around the back of the house looking out at the police operation taking place on her property.

There isn’t much information available regarding how the purported bone case might be related, but in another video, Rebecca stated that although they haven’t lived in the house in a while, hoarders once called it home.

She further asserted that the authorities are attempting to rule out the possibility of a serial killer who was once at large in the neighbourhood.

Rebecca even posted a photo of the suitcase, which was considerably worse for wear after being recovered from the floor by the police.

According to her, DNA testing is being done on the bones to determine whether they are human or animal remains.

The police might return and dig up the garden again if that turns out to be the case.

And hopefully she will return with further details as the original video has already received more than 141.5K likes, indicating that many people still have questions about it.

Retired Couple Booked 51 Back-To-Back Cruises As It’s Cheaper Than Living In Retirement Home

Prepare to have your mind blown as we introduce you to the ultimate globetrotting couple who are rewriting the rules of retirement! Marty and Jess Ansen, hailing from Australia, have embarked on an awe-inspiring journey that has seen them cruise through 51 back-to-back voyages, all for a cost that’s mind-bogglingly less than a retirement home.

The Ansen duo, passionate about cruising for decades, found themselves landlocked like the rest of us when the pandemic paralyzed the cruise industry. But their yearning for the open sea was insatiable, and when the tides turned, they took it to a whole new level.

Their epic journey began in June last year when they stepped aboard the luxurious Coral Princess ship, lured by the siren call of sumptuous buffets, captivating entertainment, and intense table tennis rivalries. Fast forward more than a year, and they’re still aboard, making them the ship’s most unwavering residents, outlasting even the captain.

Marty, their cruise maestro, revealed their secret: “Eventually, I said to my agent, ‘Look, whatever comes, book it,’ and that’s how it got to be such a long cruise.” The couple, unwavering in their maritime odyssey, has booked 51 consecutive cruises, cementing their status as the most devoted passengers a ship could wish for.

Ren van Rooyen, the ship’s hotel manager, described Jess and Marty as their extended family at sea. “We always make a joke that I go away and I come back, and it’s like coming to see my family – my mum and dad again – they’re like my second mum and dad on board,” said Van Rooyen.

For Jess and Marty, life aboard the Coral Princess is a dream come true. They savor every moment, from the gourmet meals included in their cruise package to the daily housekeeping pampering. This extraordinary lifestyle, they insist, is not only cost-effective but also fosters heartfelt connections with the ship’s crew.

Last month, the ship’s crew orchestrated a surprise birthday celebration for Jess, highlighting the deep bonds they’ve formed on this remarkable journey. While most tourists disembark after a week, Jess and Marty have forged an enviable routine that keeps them both fit and entertained.

Each day begins with an exhilarating hour of table tennis, a shared passion that brings immense joy. As Jess puts it, “We do it together, and we have a lot of fun.” These spirited matches serve as the perfect prelude to indulging in the ship’s sumptuous buffets.

With over 450 consecutive days of cruising etched into their adventurous legacy, Jess and Marty firmly believe they would continue this odyssey for the rest of their lives if given the chance.

In a world where retirement often conjures images of quiet contemplation, these two intrepid explorers have redefined what it means to live the dream. Jess and Marty Ansen are true testament that life’s grandest adventures await those who dare to keep sailing against the currents!

Experts Advise Brits On The “Exact Date” to Switch On Their Heating

Who knows what will happen at this point, but it appears to be the end of summer already. I mean, at this point, that assertion sounds repetitive.

But there is no doubting that the temperature is dropping. The battle over when to turn on the heating is about to begin, as we all know.

There will always be that one housemate who turns it on the moment they notice a breeze in the warm air. Then there’s the flatmate who won’t even consider turning on the light until you can all see your breath and shiver yourself to sleep.

On the precise day we should be doing it, though, some heating experts have now weighed in.

They provided advice on how long we should wait before cranking on the heat using Met Office data from the previous five years.

When the outdoor temperature falls below 15°C, the NHS suggests turning on your heating to at least 18°C.

It is not anticipated that temperatures would rise above 15°C after this date. But it’s important to keep in mind how erratic the British weather can be.

They predict that if we continue to experience warm weeks in autumn, we might avoid turning it on until 2 November.

Although there isn’t a perfect moment to turn on the heat, research from BestHeating’s Jess Steele indicates that as the temperature drops below 15°C, usually in the middle of October, it is better to do so because we feel the cold more.

Even the hardiest among us will have their heating on by the end of the month to stay warm because more temperature drops are anticipated.

Additionally, Jess offered some tips for save money when turning on the heat.

“The average thermostat setting in the UK is 20.8°C, but 18°C should keep you warm enough during the colder months,” she stated. This can result in a fuel cost savings of up to 10%, or roughly £80.

Turning the thermostat down by one degree Celsius and observing how you feel is a clever approach to determine if the heating is too warm.

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The expert also suggested not wasting energy when you weren’t at home by heating only the rooms that were actually being used.

Now it’s only up to you to choose whether to heed this advice, switch it on the moment you have to don a hoodie, or wait until everyone in the house is arguing over it.



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It’s so simple!

Have you ever wondered why your sink is underneath the window when you’re doing the dishes?

UK-based homeowner thought of this very thing when visiting Reddit.

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She penned: “Planning a kitchen renovation, and realised we can easily move the kitchen sink away from the window to give us more usable counter space.”

“Then I realised, I’ve never seen a kitchen sink that isn’t in front of a window.”

She continued by asking whether there was a specific explanation, and soon the comments section was overrun with responses.

A professional at KDCUK explained: “The simple reason why kitchen sinks have traditionally been placed under the window is that the window is, obviously, on an outside wall.”

“In terms of plumbing, using as short a waste pipe as possible from the sink to the drains is not only the most effective but also the cheapest, solution.”

They added: “It’s also because it’s where the most natural light comes through. Plus if you wash by hand plates dry quicker. This is a hang over before the dishwasher.”

The appreciative woman responded: “Makes perfect sense. Thankfully, the opposite end of the kitchen also has drains and plumbing, just no windows.”

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And the sink revelation blew people’s minds… 

“Woaahh that’s crazy! Thanks for sharing that,” wrote one.

A second commented: “Lol omg I always thought it was so housewives could send the kids out to play and watch them while she washed up!

Idk why I though that though, nobody has ever said that to me now that I think about it.”

Meanwhile, a third added: “Never occurred to me but now I am visualising everyone I know and there sink.”

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