A worker at a Chicago-area nonprofit organization that is a sort of clearinghouse for medically donated bodies got an unpleasant surprise one day when he discovered a trio of severed heads near his desk, not exactly the best way to start off the workday.
Dale Wheatley, an employee at the Anatomical Gift Association of Illinois who as a transportartion coordinator has had to reguarly deal with donated bodies, came forth with the gory details of the disgusting and unsanitary conditions at the facility.
One day last month, he arrived at work where he made his gruesome discovery of the three human heads sitting atop a storage container next to his work area, a possible prank after he had blown the whistle on the horrific environment.
“My boss walked by, I asked him why the heads were at my desk. He said they need to get back with their bodies so we can send them to cremation. I said, I understand that, ‘Why are they at my desk?’ and he said, ‘I don’t know Dale, there’s a lot of strange things happening,'” Wheatley recalled at a press conference of the macabre joke.
(Video: YouTube/Fox 32 Chicago)
“There’s been instances where I’ve pulled donors from our storing room out of the racks, and rats have chewed through the bottom of the bag, through the feet,” he said, according to Windy City Fox News affiliate Fox 32.
“They’re sending donors back because of mold and rot, bugs,” he said, “It’s deplorable.”
Wheatley filed a police report over the incident.
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