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Bomb shelter, root cellar, storm shelter, treasure vault, family burial vault, underground railroad safe haven, torture chamber, UFO hideout, Jimmy Hoffa. Or possibly someone could read the future and did it just to drive you nuts. I can come up with more if you want.
Maybe had extra concrete available after a job and didn't know what else to do with it. Much better than dumping it down the drain.
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Bones... yep bones, I'm sure of it. That's what we did anyway.
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Bones... yep bones, I'm sure of it. That's what we did anyway.
10 Rillington Place.
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Judging by those shoes, she died from embarrassment....

those things died a long time before she did...
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well complete mess now but all concrete broke up. all is needed now is to find a small brigade to carry all the concrete and dirt out.
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well complete mess now but all concrete broke up. all is needed now is to find a small brigade to carry all the concrete and dirt out.
Been there done that. Geez thereís some big heavy chunks there . Too big for this old man
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About a year ago I was looking to buy a used bandsaw. I found a craigslist ad around Texarkana Texas for a Grizzly. When I got there the bandsaw was a basket case. But there was other equipment in the shop and I asked and they wanted to sell a Grizzly Shaper. It was in good shape but I asked about the shaper bits. This was a mans shop that was sick and living with other relatives. There was an old refrigerator in the shop with a chain around it keeping the side by side freezer and refig closed. They found a hack saw and started cutting the lock off to see if the shaper bits were inside. I told them if there was any body parts in there I was out of there. Luckily there was no body parts but we did find the shaper bits. Sometimes people do strange things. There was a large shop full of equipment but for some reason the owner thought a few router bits and shaper bits were so valuable he had to lock them up.
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all gone, 35 buckets of concrete, 65 buckets of dirt......
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You are a brave soul. Keep us posted. I sold cabinetry and lighting for a bit over two years. I once asked a contractor/customer if he did remodeling. He emphatically said no. Said he got tired of correcting other people's mistakes. Remodeling some in our home and I have to agree with him. "Why did they do that?"

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starting to level off the floor to match
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