By heartattack - 3/2/2019 16:00
Today, after I moved into my new 1930's house, my elderly rescue dog raised her hackles and stared at the wall behind my bed for two full minutes. I thought she might have recognized something from her old job. She's a retired cadaver dog. I guess I'm never sleeping, again. FML
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By  wrhapsody  |  10

that's not how cadaver dogs are trained to alert to finding a body or a piece of one... they're trained to sit and bark or to place their paw near the area... not growl incessantly as if they were gonna kill someone. probably a ghost... or a mouse in the wall.

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By  davidfong  |  14

New scene guy comes out of closet with knife and kill homeowner and puts the body in a wall and then live with the dog in the house until it get out of for sale again.

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  Glowworm56  |  25

True, but there is definitely something unsettling about a home where someone may have murdered someone and then walled them up like something out of Edgar Allen Poe.

By  wrhapsody  |  10

that's not how cadaver dogs are trained to alert to finding a body or a piece of one... they're trained to sit and bark or to place their paw near the area... not growl incessantly as if they were gonna kill someone. probably a ghost... or a mouse in the wall.