More Than A Little Creepy

A woman in Washington state was having issues with her home heat. When the repair guy came and checked things out he found that someone had been living in the crawl space under the house. The intruder had made him(or her)self at home by diverting the heat to the crawl space. There were also numerous alcohol containers strewn around the area. Enough to freak someone out don't you think?
     Posted By: patty - Thu Jan 10, 2013
     Category: Scary Criminals

That would totally freak me out if I lived there! The person could have broken in at any time and most likely could hear everything going on in the house.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 01/10/13 at 09:44 AM
You're such a girl, Patty.
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 01/10/13 at 10:55 AM
Made me think of "Bad Ronald," the made-for-TV classic from 1974.
Posted by Frank in United States on 01/10/13 at 10:56 AM
Yep, pretty much. Love the new smilies you are playing with sweetie! Going to work, see y'all later!
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 01/10/13 at 11:04 AM
I think most new homes have slab foundations, because that's cheaper to build. So it's only older homes (like mine) that have raised foundations and thus crawlspaces. Personally I love having a raised foundation because it makes it so easy to work on the plumbing and electric lines. No need to jackhammer up concrete if there's a problem. But yeah, there is that risk of having some homeless person gain access to the crawlspace and camp out there.
Posted by Alex on 01/10/13 at 11:45 AM
I remember a reference to a feature movie titled "Crawlspace" but that had the antagonist moving through the heating ducts to perform his crimes. Typical no-brain slasher movie. I can't recommend it.
Posted by KDP in Madill, OK on 01/10/13 at 02:39 PM
We've had issues with winos breaking open the service door under a motel laundry for sleeping space. Reckon they're too wetbrained to lockpick a room.
Posted by Angie unduplicated on 01/12/13 at 09:35 AM
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