People Share The Most Suspicious Things They Own, And Honestly, Some Of Them Are A Bit Creepy

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Vote up the responses that are a little over the top.

Over on Reddit, people are digging deep into their closets to share the weirdest, strangest, and most suspicious things they own. From dozens of handcuff keys to mad scientists kits that can actually produce a mad scientist, here are a few sus items that made us wary of the owners.


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    11 VOTES

    'Escape Shoes'

    From Redditor u/OneHumanPeOple:

    I have a pair of “escape shoes.” I hollowed out the soles of a pair of sneakers and put a screwdriver and the various "star" and "hog nose" security tips. These are the kinds of screws they use to bolt windows shut in mental hospitals.

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    7 VOTES

    Vampire Repellent

    From Redditor u/talessrs2:

    Twelve pots of sliced garlic.

    From Redditor u/ooo-ooo-oooyea:

    Vampire problem?

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    11 VOTES

    Burying The Lead

    From Redditor u/Wolferus20000:

    Fifteen generators, 12 full-sized solar panels that all power a bunker I own.

    From Redditor u/conitation:

    ...I feel the bunker is quite bit more suspicious than the solar panels.

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    10 VOTES

    ...Girl Pieces

    From Redditor u/havron:

    I did a high school externship my senior year with the county medical examiner, attending several autopsies as well as assisting in the pathology lab. As a parting gift, the deputy ME prepared for me a complete histological slides set from every human organ. Being a science nerd with a professional microscope, it honestly might be the coolest thing I own.

    Where did all of these come from, you ask? Evidently, he prepared them for me from a set of preserved samples collected during the autopsy of an 18-year-old girl who died suddenly and mysteriously, in a case that was never solved. The idea, of course, being that this is a set of healthy human samples, which would be most useful to learn from.

    Still, it does give me pause to examine them. These were, after all, part of a person once. A living being, and someone's daughter.

    Also, being able to say, "Yeah, so I've got a bunch of chopped-up pieces of a dead girl in my closet..." definitely makes it the most suspicious thing I own by a wide margin.

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    10 VOTES

    A Collection Of Unlabled DVDs

    From Redditor u/naedetails:

    So I'd never thought much about this until a girl I was seeing brought it up.

    I have a plain black DVD box that holds multiple DVDs. In it, I keep classic horror movies like Children of the Corn, Hellraiser, etc. after they were given away in a national newspaper.

    I asked the girl if she wanted to watch a movie after she said she loved old-school horror, so I whipped out my collection. She laughed nervously and said it looks like either a collection of snuff films or my personal amateur porn stash.

    It became a bit of a joke between us, and she'd always say she hadn't found the camera in the bedroom yet...

    From Redditor u/nailbunny2000:

    ...Why are you talking about her in the past tense...?

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    11 VOTES

    A Complete And Well-Used Lock-Picking Kit

    From Redditor u/GibsonL-5:

    I practice lock picking whenever I am bored and have many lock-picking tools [and] books, bypass tools, shims, and other covert tools. But I just practice this and have never taken any of these out of my house.