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Old 05-07-2014, 03:18 PM   #1
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The Body of a 22YO Man Was Found In An RV Storage Compartment


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Derby-Bound Bachelor Party Finds Missing Man's Corpse In RV

I thought this story was not the best press I had every read however over the past 3 or 4 days since it broke, it's just gone "Viral" in the RV Press feeds so I am obliged to spoon feed some of it to you however this will be a very short story.

A 22 year old man was found dead in the storage compartment of a rented RV who apparently was stuffed in the compartment a number of weeks previously. The party of people who rented the RV were told not to open the storage compartment doors because they were broken, so initially they didn't.

Some time after they got on the road, the odor became too unbearable and it was discovered that the body of an Anoka, MN man was found.

"According to The Star Tribune, that body has been identified as 22-year-old Kevin Casserly of Anoka. The paper reports Casserly, a father, was reported missing Nov. 17 - six days after telling his mother he called in sick to work."

A local CBS affiliate reports that funeral services will be held on Thursday 5/8/14 at the Emmanuel Christian Center in Minneapolis.

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If you ever rent an RV, always do a walk-around with the rental agent to make sure you know the equipment, don't get charged for damage you didn't cause, and to make sure there are no stiffs in your storage compartment.
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