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Dinner With Death

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"It was terrifying enough when police this week found skeletal remains in a woman's New York City apartment and learned that they belonged to the tenant's mother. In a twist straight out of a Alfred Hitchcock movie, the New York Post reports that Chava Stirn had been sleeping next to her mother's corpse for three years.

The 28-year-old Brooklyn woman also propped up the remains of her mother, 61-year-old Susie Rosenthal, at the dinner table and dressed her up."

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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/07/11/daughter-sleeps-next-to-moms-corpse_n_5578252.html?utm_hp_ref=mostpopular

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Oh dear, Chava Stirn = could be a Psycho 2 movie on its way with Norma Bates.

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off to the loony bin with you

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She refused to let anyone inside the apartment, so a relative would sometimes leave food outside her door, the police sources said.

That's no excuse for her relatives to just accept. You'd think they'd be getting a bit worried about the well being of both her and her mother. No contact in three years, they should never have been left that long.

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this is more common than one might think

i can't imagine the stench

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It's hard to let someone go after they pass away but you have to let them go.

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Losing a parent is tough but that's just disturbing. I do feel for the woman, though.

The whole propping up thing reminds me of the screwed up twins from The Following.

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That's one severe case of attachment disorder. Even stalkers are like "Whoa!".

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