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What's the worse thing you've come across?

We haven't come across nothing too bad. Just dilapidated house that needed to be completely gutted.

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Coke house next door to the house we were servicing, and the house behind it was full of the Bloods guarding it.

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old co worker came across dead body. I've come across dead baby dear. it ran through basement window. you could follow the trail of blood and guts to where it died on the living room floor. The whole house was covered in dead flies. Oh btw the bouse was located in the middle of a golf course. Loved the looks from the golfers while we drove up the cart path/driveway to the house. The story behind the house is more interesting.
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A dark basement with a empty homemade reptile enclosure spanning the length of the home that would rival any accredited zoo and could easily accomodate a full grown gator, komodo dragon or a gorilla with an open door....
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A dark basement with a empty homemade reptile enclosure spanning the length of the home that would rival any accredited zoo and could easily accomodate a full grown gator, komodo dragon or a gorilla with an open door....
Yikes!

Close to 6 years ago we ran into a dead body ... mortgagor had passed in his home. Just happened once but once is enough.
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I've thought about this dead body senerio... yikes.
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Yikes!

Close to 6 years ago we ran into a dead body ... mortgagor had passed in his home. Just happened once but once is enough.
almost a year ago we had a house that one of my guy's came out of while doing the intial to talk to me and i looked at him and he was covered with fleas (or bed bugs I'm not sure) had to ditch his clothes in the garage and I went to a nearby second hand store and bought him something to wear home, we ended up having to have the place professionally exterminated for fleas and roaches,the roaches were so bad that you thought you were looking at big patches of mold until it moved, but the worst thing was the dead cat in the basement I almost lost it (very bad dry heaves) a dead body???,it's a wrap I'm out!!!!!
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old co worker came across dead body. I've come across dead baby dear. it ran through basement window. you could follow the trail of blood and guts to where it died on the living room floor. The whole house was covered in dead flies. Oh btw the bouse was located in the middle of a golf course. Loved the looks from the golfers while we drove up the cart path/driveway to the house. The story behind the house is more interesting.
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what a loaded question! haha, filth wise- debris, or interesting. most memorable- a horse ranch in norco with a room with feces buckets, chains and a make your hair stand up vibe. the neighbors came over and said a little girl was chained in the bedroom for 5 years by her mom and grandpa. very sad i researched it and was true. they found her at 7 years old weighing 15lbs. the people lost the house after they went to prison, hopefully still there!
http://articles.latimes.com/1999/sep/08/local/me-7900

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