Check under the bed …

How often do you check under your bed?

We think that most of us can relate to hearing a scary story as a child and then wanting to sleep with the light on, after checking under the bed several times, looking in the closet and making sure that all the shadows in the room were inspected and examined ….

We couldn’t help but re-post this news story July 24, 2014:

Stunning news this morning out of New Jersey, as reports of police discovering the body of a young woman under a motel bed have been confirmed. The owners of the motel asked that their name and location be omitted from news reports to protect their business.

The body, which has yet to be identified, was found by a person staying in the room.

“I dropped the television remote, and when I went to check under the bed I found her. It was like something out of a scary movie,” said Aaron Silver, the man staying in the room.

According to initial reports by the medical examiner on-scene, it appears as though the body lay undisturbed in the room for about 5 years. There was a normal amount of rot and decay on the body to suggest that it had not been moved or touched over the course of that time.

To read more – click here

This story is still discussed among family and friends … it’s just creepy.

So before you close your eyes … check under the bed!

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“The thing under my bed waiting to grab my ankle isn’t real. I know that, and I also know that if I’m careful to keep my foot under the covers, it will never be able to grab my ankle.”
~ Stephen King, Night Shift ~

Enjoy!

Dave Mornix and R. J. Davies Mornix

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