New Homeowners Make Terrifying Discovery Inside Bedroom

A Bronx man thought he got a great deal when he purchased a house through auction in Fordham Manor. Little did he know, the house came with a little more baggage than he had bargained for. Imagine you get a great deal on a house in New York you have never seen on the inside. How bad could it be? You decide to take a walk-through post sale and when you do, you find a frozen body in one of the rooms. This exact thing happened to one investor when he bought a home through auction via Realtor.com.

Monday morning at 10:45 am the new man who purchased the house entered the property for the first time. As it was an auction, he had not seen the inside before. It was $200,000 for the eight bedroom home — a great deal he was very excited about. When he was walking through for the first time he found a body, badly beaten, bruised and frozen from the cold. The contractor accompanying the homeowner, Tony Ovedia said, "We walked in, I tried to wake him up. Wake up, wake up. He didn't wake up and I called the cops."

NYPD has launched an investigation into the man's death, but it is still unclear how long he had been dead for, what the cause of death was and who he is. Although the home had been boarded up for years, neighbors reported seeing people constantly entering and exiting the house. They also told police of many homeless men and women at the house often spotted doing drugs. They did not call the police because they did not bother anyone else in the neighborhood.

The homeowner has not spoken to news channels about his experience but provided a chilling video of the interior of the home. He has also refrained from divulging his plans for the house, whether he intends on keeping it or not. Some homeowners would go back on the sale because of the extenuating circumstance and invest their money elsewhere.

Source: PIX11
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