Man Buys Foreclosure… Finds Owner Who has been Dead for 16 Months

The bank foreclosed. People hired by the bank went inside and took pictures of her stuff. They took pictures of her car. That happened twice. “Diligent search and inquiry,” they wrote. “Confirmed residence is unoccupied.”

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A Brevard woman disappeared, but never left home

Last year, a week before Thanksgiving, a man in Cape Canaveral bought in a foreclosure auction a two-story stucco run-down townhouse on a short, straight street called Cherie Down Lane. He went to see his purchase he hoped to fix up and sell.

He found in the kitchen dishes stacked so high on the counter they almost touched the bottoms of the cabinets. In the living room on the carpet was a towel with two plates of mold-covered cat food. Empty orange pill bottles were everywhere. In front of the couch, open on a single TV tray, was aBrevard County Hometown News, dated July 24, 2009.

Both bedrooms were the same: stuff strewn all over, clothes and fake flowers and plants and a dusty treadmill pushed into a far corner, a mattress propped against tightly shut drapes, and stacks and stacks of books, about religion, about weight loss, about wiping out debts and making fresh starts.

Next to the door to the garage was a bulletin board with a 13-year-old receipt from Home Depot and an inspirational quote: “I may not be totally perfect, but parts of me are excellent.”

He opened the door to the garage.

Inside was an old silver sedan. The doors were locked. He looked inside and saw a white blanket on the back seat. There was a pillow on the floor. Hanging from the rearview mirror was an air freshener shaped like a pine tree. Wedged against the console was a thin white candle. He stopped on what he saw in the passenger seat: the mummified body of what looked like a woman.

Check out the rest here…

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5 Responses to “Man Buys Foreclosure… Finds Owner Who has been Dead for 16 Months”
  1. Readdocs says:

    Dead that long, and not missed. Not even by the neighbors.
    A telling clue of the state of our society.

    As to the so called rights of the mortgage holder or servicer, it won’t be long now before these people
    start getting shot for breaking and entering. Abuse is abuse no matter what else you call it.

  2. talktotennessee says:

    I am having a little problem with third parties entering a home without a warrant. What gives banks the right to pay others to enter your house, even if they believe it is unoccupied. A friend of mine had this happen. He began staying with a friend because he had a job loss and could not get another paying enought to afford cost of staying in his house. He had furniture and other things there. Without foreclosing the bank entered and ‘winterized’ the house and continued to visit regularly even though they did not foreclose. It appears the banks are using a very broad view of when a house is or is not abandoned.

    Like the Robo-signers in which they told these people what they were doing was legal, they seem to be telling these inspectors or investigators that they have a legal right of entry if the house is vacant. My take on that is they are entering illegally even though they are getting by with it because many homeowners do not prosecute.
    This is a slippery slope but another illegal activity taken on by the banks. Are we at risk of being at the mercy of the banks in our ‘free’ country?
    Does anyone remember the saga of little Nell who was tied to the railroad tracks because her family couldn’t pay the mortgage?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWgi6W-uMeI
    Have we returned to the lawless greed of the Snydley Fenwicks (banksters) who have real authority to steal property in our ‘after the fact’ rubber stamp legal system?
    Where is OUR Dudley Do-right?

    • lvent says:

      It seems like the banks think they own everything but they don’t. They never lent any money to WE THE PEOPLE and all they did was a GIANT MORTGAGE FRAUD PONZI SCHEME WITH BONDS and TREASURIES ON AN UNSECURED DEBT……THEY SOLD A SPECULATION IN U.S TREASURIES (FAKE COLLATERAL) TO INVESTORS OF A HOMEOWNERS ABILITY TO PAY OR NOT PAY. THE INVESTORS BOUGHT AN INTEREST IN A SECURITY TO AN UNSECURED MONEY FLOW. THE INVESTORS IN REALITY, BOUGHT A TICKET TO RIDE. THE FAKE LENDERS HOLD WORTHLESS BONDS AND SOLD AN INTEREST IN WORTHLESS SECURITIES AND THE INVESTORS INVESTED IN THOSE WORTHLESS SECURITIES ONCE THE PONZI SCHEMERS BURST THE HOUSING BUBBLE THEY INTENTIONALLY CREATED…….AND INTENTIONALLY CRASHED THE STOCK MARKET WHEN THEIR SHIT LOANS THEY INTENTIONALLY CREATED WENT SOUR……SEE YOU TUBE VIDEO: CNBC ILLUMINATI CRASHES STOCK MARKET….IT WAS A GIANT MORTGAGE FRAUD PONZI SCHEME SWINDLE AND HEIST OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE……. THE SECURITIES THE PONZI SCHEMERS SOLD AN INTEREST IN WERE UNSECURED. NO COLLATERAL LIEN MEANS THE PONZI SCHEMERS BROKE NEW YORK STATE TRUST LAW WHICH REQUIRES THAT THEY DO THIS AND THEREFORE, THE PONZI SCHEMEERS NULLIFIED THEIR CONTRACT. THEY MUST RESCIND AND GIVE CLEAR TITLE BACK TO THE HOMEOWNERS AND ALL STOLEN HOMES AS WELL PLUS MONETARY RESTITUTION TO CATCH UP ON BACK TAXES AND OTHER HOME MAINTENANCE BECA– USE WHAT THEY DID TO WE THE PEOPLE WAS ILLEGAL AND DONE BY DECEPTIVE PRACTICES AND UNFAIR DEALING..THERE ARE LAWS THAT PROTECT US AND WE DO HAVE RIGHTS. THE US. GOVERNMETN IS ALLOWING THEM TO HIDE THE RULE OF LAW AND WHAT OUR RIGHTS ARE UNDER THE U.S. CONSTITUTION AND THE U.S. BILL OF RIGHTS. THIS IS ILLEGAL AND TREASONIST. FIND OUT THE LAW AND KNOW YOUR RIGHTS PEOPLE. SHARE AND SPREAD THE KNOWLEDGE TO EVERYONE THAT YOU KNOW…….FIND THE MORTGAGE FRAUD AND SAVE YOURSELF…..

  3. What a sad life she lived….and a sad death….all alone in this big world. Yes, she had family in another state..but it appeared she didn’t need or want a family to watch over her….it was something she alone needed to find and it just wasn’t there to be found. Taking drugs that a doctor feels is the answer isn’t always the answer…at times it makes the problem worse. So sad…so close to the beauty of the beach with the morning sun rise to enjoy, yet that may have meant nothing to her…maybe in death she found what she wanted and needed….peace.

    • Sad is an understatement ….

      This is so pathetic, especially everyone’s ignorance!

      The contract terms of the mortgage provide the authority for the entry by those that the Mortgage and note holder hire to do maintenance when a property is neglected or abandoned as provided in every standard contract – it is simply a matter of whether the house is locked and the windows secure and the roof not falling in with or without utilities on, that determines when it is reasonable for someone to enter the property as an “interested party” having interest (by contract in the property).

      Inasmuch as this does not involve law enforcement/police there is no requirement for a warrant so do not demand such from a private party.

      The alleged inspection report demonstrates that the property preservation crew was either failing to perform and or most certainly negligent if not deceitful in the report for which they were paid to conduct a valid service between the parties as contracted.

      Michael-Lynn @ The “MIXED WAR” Room and The Trials of Life

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