Woman describes the moment she found her husband’s body in the closet

JEnnifer Maedge, the woman who found her husband’s body in a closet eight months after he disappeared, described the moment she encountered the body.

The case dates back to December 11, in Illinois, United States of America (USA), when the woman she was looking for Christmas decorations and trying to “find the best way to celebrate the holidays without knowing where she is” human’s. Richard Maedge, 53, had been missing since April 27.

“I know it might sound weird. I was just trying to figure out the best way to celebrate the holidays without knowing where my husband is,” the 49-year-old told People magazine. “I thought about it for weeks before I decided to put up some Christmas decorations, get myself into the holiday spirit and honor my husband in some way.”

Jennifer then decided to make the Christmas tree and decorate the house with some accessories. It was while searching for Christmas items with a flashlight in the closet that she came across her husband’s already mummified body. “It was very shocking”he confessed.

According to authorities, the man took his own life and there were no signs of foul play.

On the day of his disappearance, Richard told his wife that he had left home early for work. However, when Jennifer returned home, she found her husband’s car at the door and her husband’s keys and wallet inside.

After not finding him, she decided to alert the authorities, who went to the scene to gather evidence to begin searching for the man. Months later, Jennifer called the police again because of the unpleasant smell that did not go away from inside the house.

If you suffer from a mental illness, have self-destructive thoughts or just need someone to talk to, you should consult a psychiatrist, psychologist or general practitioner. You can also contact one of these agencies:

SOS Voz Amiga (between 4pm and midnight) – 213 544 545 (toll free number)
– 912 802 669 – 963 524 660

Conversa Amiga (between 3pm and 10pm) – 808 237 327 (freephone number) and 210 027 159

Student SOS (between 8pm and 1am) – 239 484 020 – 915246060 – 969554545

Telephone da Esperança (between 8pm and 11pm) – 222 080 707

Friendship phone (between 4pm and 11pm) – 228 323 535

All these contacts guarantee anonymity for both the caller and the person answering. At SNS24 (808 24 24 24 – then you must choose option 4), the contact is made by health professionals. The SNS24 line operates 24 hours a day.

Read also: Woman kidnapped by her boyfriend. It was locked in a closet for two months.

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