If you've ever sorted through the belongings of a friend or relative who passed on, you know it can be a very intense and emotional experience. It also can be a very surprising one, depending on what you find. A person's belongings can tell you a lot about them, some of which may be very weird or shocking, and may even forever change how you perceive this person you thought you knew.
In a popular Reddit thread, someone asked: 'What was the weirdest/oddest/most shocking thing you found when clearing out the things of someone who passed on?"
1.) From Creamofzucchini:
My grandma was a child of the depression, and as such didn't trust banks. She lived alone for years and towards the end started developing dementia. When she had to be moved for care we found ziploc baggies with thousands of dollars hidden all over the house. In the deep freeze, taped the back of furniture and underneath tables, in the backs of the toilet, etc.