How Did Woman Who Died in 2008 Vote In 2010 Election?

How Did Woman Who Died in 2008 Vote In 2010 Election?

We’ve been following the story out of Michigan of the woman who disappeared into her own house for more than five years, with no one noticing her absence because all of her bills were on auto-pay. As investigators try to figure out what happened to her, they’ve found another mystery: she appears to have voted in 2010, even though the evidence shows that she died in 2008. [More]

Michigan Woman’s Death Unnoticed For 5 Years Because Her Bills Were On Autopay

Michigan Woman’s Death Unnoticed For 5 Years Because Her Bills Were On Autopay

Last week, a woman in Michigan who was found dead in the backseat of her Jeep, which was parked in her garage. No neighbors remembered seeing her around since maybe 2008, and the bank started foreclosure proceedings. A contractor making repairs on behalf of the bank found the homeowner, who lived alone and was estranged from family. How could such a thing happen? [More]

Wells Fargo Forecloses On, Auctions Off House With Dead Owner Inside

Wells Fargo Forecloses On, Auctions Off House With Dead Owner Inside

Last year, Wells Fargo foreclosed on and auctioned off a modest townhouse on Cape Canaveral in Florida. The owner hadn’t made any mortgage payments or used any electricity in over a year, and neighbors didn’t recall seeing her. Her possessions and car were still in the house. Did she walk away from her mortgage and leave town entirely? Not quite. The house’s new owner found something Wells Fargo’s inspectors and property managers had missed when they inventoried the contents of the house and garage: the homeowner’s mummified remains in the front passenger seat of her car. Her cause of death remains unknown. [More]

Now You Can Attend Funerals Live Over The Internet

Now You Can Attend Funerals Live Over The Internet

Geographically scattered modern families and recession-era meager travel budgets lead to a problem that’s hard to ignore: it’s hard for many Americans to pick up and travel to a distant funeral. So if you can’t travel to the service or manage time off work, why not watch live over the Internet? Just, please, hold your tears: your computer warranty doesn’t cover liquid damage. [More]