Skip to comments.Ex-con returns from prison only to find his wife MUMMIFIED in bed (Spain)
Posted on 10/11/2012 11:26:33 AM PDT by DogByte6RER
Spanish man home from prison finds his wife mummified in bed
Eduardo Ruiz grew concerned when he stopped hearing from his wife, Ángeles Fernández. But authorities refused to allow anyone to enter the home, despite complaints of an unpleasant smell in the area until he managed a conditional release and broke in himself.
A man in Spain came home from prison last week to find his wife mummified on her bed.
Eduardo Ruiz, from the town of Ciempozuelos just outside Madrid, had not heard from his wife for a year when he complained to police in 2011.
At the time of his complaint, police conducted an investigation but heard from several witnesses that his wife, Ángeles Fernández, had been seen at several local festivals, the Ciempozuelos government stated in a release Tuesday.
But it turns out that at some point during her husbands prison sentence, the woman passed away in her bed and nobody really noticed she was gone.
Neighbors did notice an unpleasant smell coming from her home, but a judge denied authorities entry because the woman had a history of poor hygiene, according to local police.
Officials then tried cleaning the house to get rid of the odor while police kept searching for the woman, the government said.
And even Ruiz was denied entry by a judge, who said the man was not authorized because he did not have relations with his wife and because of complications that could arise out of his prison status.
Finally, Ruiz took matters into his own hands last week when he obtained a conditional release from prison and knocked down the door of the home.
He found his wifes mummified body inside.
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If he’d been Muslim, he still would’ve had sex with her. So what if she’s a little past the due date...
If the house is reekin’
Bedsprings are creakin’
Don’t knock on the door
Mummy and I are freakin’
This woman is on RECORD as having poor hygiene?
There’s a Sam Kinison joke in here somewhere just WAITING to be written.
I don't know how they do it in Spain, but I make it a habit of removing all dead bodies before I call a house 'Clean'.
Decomposition implies that the flesh parts of the body were disintegrating, with the end point of being a skeleton. Mummification implies that the body was was drying out, but the flesh wasn’t disintegrating the way it would under decomposition.
Natural mummification can occur, under dry and hot conditions, where the water is evaporated from the body, leaving the fleshy parts shrunken, but not disintegrated.
I am in Madrid right now... if no one hears from me you have permission to open my hotel room!
“I am in Madrid right now... if no one hears from me you have permission to open my hotel room!”
Only if you assure us that you have a history of good hygene. Otherwise, the authorities might balk.
No, under certain conditions mummification can occur completely naturally, and that is the correct term for it.
Do I have your permission to steal your valuables too? It’s not like you’ll be needing them anymore.
HAs anyone told Bill Clinton, we all know how turned on he gets by mummies!
At least he didn’t find her stuffed.