We Made a Terrifying Discovery in a Bag in Our New Home… Everyone Says the Same Thing
OWNERS have shared the terrifying discovery they made after emptying their garage in their new home.
Hidden inside a dusty plastic bag were several pieces of a shattered skull, sparking grim theories that it could be human remains.
The chilling discovery was posted on the popular Weirdly Creepy Reddit thread and was overwhelmed with responses from concerned users.
The original post read: “I bought a house a month ago, I was cleaning out the garage when I found this in a plastic bag.”
Many were quick to suggest the bones could be the remains of a murder victim and should be presented to police.
One terrified user wrote: “You might want to check with the authorities on this.”
While a second wrote: ‘I mean you called the cops didn’t you?
Meanwhile, others have pointed out that the skull, thought to be human, was likely used as a teaching aid in fields such as phrenology, craniology and archaeology.
One suggested, “Contact your local college’s anthropology department; they would be able to identify it and possibly add it to a collection of skeletons where the deceased would be treated with the utmost respect.
Another, claiming to be a student, wrote: “This definitely looks like a real skull. I have a disarticulated skeleton from my anatomy studies, and while it’s a good set, it has no pitting and the teeth don’t come out like this.
However, among calls to donate it, some users even suggested KEEPING the skull as a decoration – despite the uncertainty about its origin.
“This should go in the best place above the fireplace,” one suggested as another user replied, “Or even on the kitchen table.”
A third concluded: “I would totally add this to my skull collection.”
In other chilling discoveries, a couple who bought a house at auction claimed it was filled with spooky items, including a Bible hanging from a hook and a secret suitcase.
Additionally, a group of horrified housemates filmed on camera a chilling find in the attic that had remained untouched for decades.
The curious tenants claimed they went exploring after a resident walking past the house told them there was “something in the roof”.