- The woman did the ‘unthinkable’ with her own mother’s body.
- Geanee Pike tried to take advantage of the situation.
- The daughter was detained by the police.
A woman hid her mother’s body to continue collecting her insurance. Geanee Pike, a 54-year-old American woman did the ‘unthinkable’ with her own mother’s body to keep claiming her insurance benefits for months, according to Infobae.
The woman “mummified” her mother, hiding her for months to collect her social security benefits. Apparently, Gloria Pike, mother of Geanee, died at the end of last year, and apparently, the mother had a pension that was then stolen by her daughter, Infobae reported.
Woman hid her mother’s body and mummified it
The chilling event occurred in Arkansas and was discovered thanks to the uncle of Geaneee Pike, the woman who hid the body of her mother, Gloria Pike. The brother of the dead woman reported his sister’s disappearance to the authorities.
The concerned family reaction after months of not hearing from his sister, Gloria Pike, Infobae points out. The arrest was carried out on charges of “abuse of a corpse and financial identity fraud,” according to the aforementioned media.
The woman who hid the body of her mother accused of her crime
The woman covered up the death and hid the body of her mother who was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer, according to the Infobae report. To accomplish her aberrational act, Geaneee Pike had to mummify her mother’s remains.
She lived for months with her mother’s body wrapped in newspaper in the house where they lived together. The reason is of special “terror” since local media indicated that he did it to continue collecting the benefits of the 74-year-old woman.
They reveal why the woman hid her own mother’s body
Apparently Gloria Pike had a disability pension that she earned month after month. Gloria’s brother, George Maness, despite living near where his sister and niece lived, reported her as missing until July 21.
However, the man hadn’t seen her in almost a year. According to Infobae, Maness lives on the same land as the woman who hid her mother’s body and mummified it, but not in the same house, which prevented her from discovering the chilling act.
He misled the police about where his mother was
Before entering the house and discovering the woman wrapped in a newspaper, the police had tried to locate Gloria Pike, says Infobae. By July 21, the authorities questioned Geanee about her mother’s whereabouts, to which she evasively responded.
He said she was not missing, but was with an unidentified friend and in an unknown location. She also refused to allow the police to search the house and told them that she did not have access to the money her mother received each month.
This is how they discovered the mummified mother
Authorities reviewed bank records and became aware of a recent transaction at a Dollar General store. They obtained the images from the security cameras and managed to obtain a search warrant and later find the chilling act.
The video showed Geanee Pike using her mother’s card. The house, in terrible condition, was searched and “human feces and urine were obtained in buckets and jars throughout the house,” according to Infobae. The woman hid her mother’s body in an unlikely place.
Left the body in the least expected place
According to the report, the body of Geanee Pike’s mother was on a bed right next to her room. To mummify the body, he used newspaper and then covered it with sheets, according to the police authorities cited by Infobae.
When the search was made, the woman who hid her mother’s body was present and confessed that at some point in the last days of 2020, her mother had died. The report does not specify the reason for the elderly woman’s death.
He will pay dearly to have taken advantage of his mother’s body
Pike, did not do the right thing to avoid reporting the death, and only limited himself to cover the ‘evidences’. The terrible act had serious consequences and now she is arrested for “financial identity fraud and abuse of a corpse,” according to Infobae.
At the time of writing, she is under arrest at the Washington County Detention Center and the investigation has been sent to an Arkansas laboratory to verify her daughter’s concealed cause of death.
They reveal strong images of the bodies of injured immigrants
Tragedies continue to plague the US and now chilling images are released of the bodies of several undocumented people injured in a truck while traveling through Texas. At least ten people died last Wednesday afternoon in a accident traffic in Texas when the truck in which they were traveling crashed.
The truck was overloaded with immigrant workers, according to various local media. The Texas Department of Public Safety reported on Twitter that it is investigating the accident of this vehicle on Highway 281, south of the town of Encino, near the border with Mexico, Efe points out.
This is how the bodies of immigrants were left after the truck accident in Texas
Now, chilling images have been released of the terrible accident that left at least 10 dead and that mourned the immigrant community in Texas. According to the Brooks County Sheriff, the vehicle was carrying about thirty people.
In the strong images you can see the bodies of the immigrants next to the crashed truck in Texas. The vehicle is shown completely destroyed while the personnel try to rescue the undocumented that had been trapped.
They reveal photos of the bodies of immigrants in the crashed truck in Texas
The New York Times collects the statements of a border agent who assured that the truck that transported immigrants in Texas was traveling at high speed when it made a sharp turn and crashed into a pole, according to Efe.
The first image could bear witness to how the terrible accident happened, and that is, it shows the bodies of the immigrants next to the wreckage of the crashed truck in Texas. You can also see a large gray pole with some bodies underneath. TO SEE OTHER IMAGES GIVE CLICK HERE.
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