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The COPS FORCED ME TO LEAVE AFTER I STUMBLED ON A CRIME SCENE during FREE overgrown lawn MOWING

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  • Lawn Care Juggernaut
    Lawn Care Juggernaut  9 ай бұрын +8667

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    • shane Corriveau
      shane Corriveau 5 күн бұрын

      First time watcher here in Edmonton Alberta ,
      You did a great job , and good on you for keeping your composure through the job .
      Keep up the good job .
      And I hope there's plenty more work for you in the future, and for a first time operator your wife did a fantastic job, definitely a keeper 👍
      And on a side note , even though it was sad ending , I still see it as a good thing because him or her was found .
      And that's all that matters is a person's dignity was kept and that speaks volumes about a persons character/morals.
      Looking forward to more of your videos . Take care

    • jackie s
      jackie s 3 ай бұрын

      @MrPancakeDemon In the video he said that since the windows were open,he assumed the house was being aired out.So he did not think anything was in there but called just in case.

    • jackie s
      jackie s 3 ай бұрын

      @Derek Paddon He called them

    • Luvly57
      Luvly57 5 ай бұрын

      @Lawn Care Juggernaut …There is so much love over, under around and between the two of you both coming and going it just makes me want to squeeze the both of you ‘til you squeek!!!! Keep it up ‘yall it’s nothing but pure sweet love in what you do, sweet like honeysuckle! God bless you two and your little Juggernaut booboos too! 💟✝️👨‍👩‍👧‍👦💜🛐

    • Grey Water
      Grey Water 8 ай бұрын +4

      @Lawn Care Juggernaut I just wanted to say that although sometimes it’s difficult, the universe seems to pull you like a magnet to where you are needed. Who knows how long this individual would have been in that house if not for you taking the time to care about your community.
      His or her soul is at peace knowing their body has been cared for.
      You are an Angel among us, even if it doesn’t feel like it.
      Thank you for your kindness and your humanity. I appreciate you and what you do.
      👍🏻

  • Holly
    Holly 7 ай бұрын +3383

    You saved the deceased's family the horror of finding the body themselves. You also saved them the trouble of cleaning up the yard and having to see the abandoned appearance of the house. You gave the deceased and their family a real gift.

    • Joe
      Joe 24 күн бұрын +1

      What a shocking and sad experience. My family is very close and we talk every day.
      I pray this person didn’t suffer, I’m saddened they were all alone. I have to ask why none of the neighbors called to have someone check, I’m sure they could smell the decaying odor.
      Just heartbreaking

    • ThetAshe
      ThetAshe 27 күн бұрын

      @Jason Penn Thank you for your service 🇺🇸

    • Matt Ferrigno
      Matt Ferrigno Ай бұрын

      How do you guys even know if it was the person who owned the house? He said the house was foreclosed, so they check to make sure no one lives there. The bank or city would kick you out. It might be squatters but if it is the owner that's a pretty terrible family / city.

    • Christy Gentz
      Christy Gentz Ай бұрын

      Me reading all the drama 😳

    • Jesse Ray
      Jesse Ray 2 ай бұрын

      you have a point i personally would want some one to see my deceased family other then myself would save the trama tbh

  • G P
    G P 4 ай бұрын +336

    I have been a Funeral Director for 26yrs and have made dozens of removals like this. It never ceases to amaze me that people are so consumed with life , that no one checks on neighbors or notices 10 newspapers in the driveway or a sudden stop in lawncare. I get it, I go a week without checking on my parents too. We all need to exist more in reality, not just through a screen or monitor. To have good neighbors, we got to start being one. Thank you sir for being a good neighbor!

    • Cynthia Graff
      Cynthia Graff Ай бұрын

      The human race today is disgusting and selfish.

    • Bob VaGene
      Bob VaGene Ай бұрын +1

      I do removals for a family FH and worked for a removal service in Florida for about 4 years. A gentleman had passed and was there long enough for all his dogs, birds and fish to starve. Worst removal I've been a part of. How he was found was the mail man decided to check on him and you could smell the decomp from outside the door.

    • Vanessa Aguilera
      Vanessa Aguilera 2 ай бұрын +2

      The whole thing is so sad. I would notice my neighbors lack of lawn care, trash cans not being taken out, possible lights being on constantly but no sign of my neighbor.

    • Druanne Tucker
      Druanne Tucker 2 ай бұрын +2

      Thank you for sharing and reminding me that to have good neighbors it starts with ME being a good neighbor first. Thanks again.

    • Druanne Tucker
      Druanne Tucker 2 ай бұрын +6

      Thank you for sharing and reminding me that to have good neighbors it starts with ME being a good neighbor first. Thanks again.

  • daysfool
    daysfool Ай бұрын +2

    Clearly this wasn’t something you were expecting in this clean up. You did the right thing, were respectful and that came through on the video. We shouldn’t judge the family or the individual. Bless you for what you do. finding a way to provide for your family and offer a free service to those who need it is a blessing.

  • Jody Gierke
    Jody Gierke Ай бұрын +3

    You didn't know someone had passed. You were there to help someone clean up thier yard. Who would have thought this would happen? I myself would have probably thought it was a dead animal under the house. How could you have known it was a person. Whomever opened those windows knew something was up and didn't report it unless it was a murder. I am the kind of person to think you were sent there for a reason. I can't explain it. Someone from above knew the kind of person you are with a huge compassionate heart, to discover this and report it. You spoke a prayer for that person and their family to send peace and respect. I hope you are doing alright after this situation and I want to say "Thank you" for all that you do to help people. As I said, you were sent there by a higher power to report this.

  • Melinda Cheatham
    Melinda Cheatham 2 ай бұрын +1

    Hey there, congrats on the new baby! Yes, please take time for you and your family. You got to hold it up and you can't do that in a negative space. Props to you for taking care of you!

  • RTmedic93
    RTmedic93 6 ай бұрын +1931

    Nobody found this person except for the man who was taking time to do a good deed. Who ever they were in this life that time has past. But because of you they are laid to rest. I've been a paramedic for 16 years and have been called to many scenes like this. Don't dwell on the details of your imagination. Good hearted people are in danger of feeling too much because that's naturally what you do. People ask how do first responders handle what they see. First thing is as I said above, we don't dwell on it. Concentrate on the good of the job, protect your mind, be strong and move to the next good deed. Thanks for the video. The world's a better place for these things.

    • Tellit Likeitis
      Tellit Likeitis 12 күн бұрын

      @Annabella Laws well its just my opinion and from my life experiences, if it's meant for you, you don't burn out, there is no such thing.

    • Tellit Likeitis
      Tellit Likeitis 12 күн бұрын

      It's not his job nor is it his property to decide what to do with...him finding a dead body is once in a lifetime...don't get your issues wrapped up in his, they are not the same... trust me I know, I've been on both sides

    • RTmedic93
      RTmedic93 18 күн бұрын

      @Tellit Likeitis every city has laws in how property is to be maintained. There are many reasons for this, such as rodent and pest control in areas people live. Also there is an increased incidence in crimes in areas that are concealed by overgrowth. And in many instances people may not be physically capable to take care of certain things on there own. This man shows the brotherly love that we all should have in doing something good for someone else. If you cannot see good and right action when it is right in front of you, then that is a vision impairment and it wont serve you any blessing within your own life. Kindness and goodness are acts people need to see so we are all reminded that we are here to take care of each other. I hope that you take another look and see this for what it is, a true form of kindness.

    • Tellit Likeitis
      Tellit Likeitis 19 күн бұрын

      Only thing I'm saying is that people have a right to whatever they want...this instance is not the norm...if a person is allowed to start imposing their will on another person's property then nobody has rights of protection on their property...example: I don't agree with your type of landscape and I go change it. THIS CANNOT HAPPEN. if a person does not get permission from the owner then it is an illegal act, or should be.

    • D Thompson
      D Thompson Ай бұрын

      @olive4naito my grandmother doesn’t use her central heat and air to this day no matter how hot it is because she doesn’t want to pay for a higher electric bill, my guess this might have been an elderly person who knew what it was like to live through hard times and they are very conservative with money.

  • Frances Amburgey
    Frances Amburgey 25 күн бұрын +5

    Who knows, it could’ve been meant for you to be there that day. If you hadn’t who knows how long this person would’ve been there.If they had family and they came checking on them because they hadn’t heard from them, that would’ve been horrific for them to see their loved one that way. You’re a good man.

  • Gina Sisneros
    Gina Sisneros 2 ай бұрын +1

    Thank you for all you do. Your heart is golden. I hope you have been able to process this. Take care.

  • Alan P
    Alan P 4 ай бұрын +261

    As a volunteer constable I did a wellfare check off the back of a gardeners call. Fortunately mine turned out for the better, but if not for that call the very old lady may have died on the floor of her bedroom. You did the right thing all the way through this and presented your video in a very respectful way. Thank you.

    • Joakim Christofferson
      Joakim Christofferson 3 ай бұрын

    • Standing Bear
      Standing Bear 3 ай бұрын +5

      Shit....... Thats what i worry the most with my Mom.. She's 90+ and i call here every other day. I had a neighbor who had a stroke and spend the night on her kitchen floor. Thankfully i live in a good community that looks out for each other. She was found in the morning. Sadly she still died a week later. But was far more comfortable in the hospital. Sadly the stroke did a number on her.

  • meldiaz72
    meldiaz72 4 ай бұрын +361

    My cousins name is Kevin Hansen. I really respect your willingness to make the neighborhood more esthetic, but most of all your willingness to call the police, instead of just taking off. That’s someone’s child, family member, and I’m sure someone somewhere appreciates that from you. Most of all your paying respect with a prayer, shows what a good person you are! Thank you for your kindness!

    • Lawn Care Juggernaut
      Lawn Care Juggernaut  Ай бұрын +18

      @Victor Graves correct. The persons sister reached out to me but I didn't ask a bunch of questions. I just didn't feel that would be right to do

    • TheBrianKSr
      TheBrianKSr Ай бұрын +1

      @Lawn Care Juggernaut 🤣

    • Victor Graves
      Victor Graves Ай бұрын +1

      @Beachygirl32 He's not related to the person in any way. They don't give out updates to strangers.

    • Joakim Christofferson
      Joakim Christofferson 3 ай бұрын

    • Beachygirl32
      Beachygirl32 3 ай бұрын +8

      @Lawn Care Juggernaut did they ever give you an update

  • Nona Yabizness
    Nona Yabizness 9 ай бұрын +15198

    My neighbor committed suicide, we noticed his car had not moved for several days and we called the police for a well being check. I had to go inside when the officer arrived to secure his very protective German Shepard and no one in his family wanted her. We went to the shelter and rescued the poor thing because she was absolutely traumatized after spending days with her deceased owner. We had her for ten more years and I know my neighbor would have been happy because he loved his dog.

    • C.A.A.
      C.A.A. 3 сағат бұрын

      Hypothetically speaking, if I did what he did, I would have chained the dog up outside, do the deed to myself, then at least the neighbors would take the dog and the authorities could find my body quickly. No need for my pet to suffer too.

    • Stargazer
      Stargazer 5 күн бұрын

      🥰

    • Jennifer Oakland
      Jennifer Oakland 8 күн бұрын

      I pray that you take this as a God moment. You were put there to find that person. What a blessing to their family.

    • Gary Yidsen
      Gary Yidsen Ай бұрын

      @Christy Gentz So you’re saying EVERY Dog is a lover ?

    • Christy Gentz
      Christy Gentz Ай бұрын

      People are fighting . guys let them be dumb they’ll learn later (someone who made hate comments and thinks posted it) and there are also ppl just appreciating

  • Jimmy Turcotte
    Jimmy Turcotte 2 ай бұрын +2

    Your wholesome content, politeness, and personality has earned you a new sub 😁👍

  • Joy Lafollette
    Joy Lafollette 2 ай бұрын +2

    My heart goes out to you...death is always really traumatic you and your wife having a new baby is the silver lining in all of this...don't let anyone dim your shine your a great guy with a big heart I'll be praying for you and your family God bless 💗🙏

  • Trust No One Believe Nothing
    Trust No One Believe Nothing 2 ай бұрын +1

    Dude I commend you! You are definitely a good man!

  • Debra Clark
    Debra Clark Ай бұрын +1

    Hope you have a healthy baby now. May God bless and keep you. Depression is hard but you can overcome it. Life is a cycle. Hopefully the person died of natural causes and you helped their family a lot. Shame neighbors didn't call for a welfare check sooner so you wouldn't have had to go through this but you did the right thing.

  • Kelly Murphy
    Kelly Murphy 7 ай бұрын +1271

    Work in law enforcement and not everyone would have handled this as respectfully as you did. Shows what a good person you are.

    • Foster Family & Faith
      Foster Family & Faith 6 ай бұрын

      Whims of evil politicians ie 'law' enFORCEment...
      👎

    • Charlotte Taylor
      Charlotte Taylor 7 ай бұрын +16

      @Ghastly Candle There's a good number of people that either wouldn't have reported it, or would've gone inside. Either for views, out of curiosity, or God-knows-why.

    • Ghastly Candle
      Ghastly Candle 7 ай бұрын +1

      Wdym as respectfully, like in this situation or do you mean in general

  • Jill Eaton
    Jill Eaton 4 ай бұрын +230

    ✝️🕯 you were EXTREMELY RESPECTFUL. I believe you were sent to that house to FINALLY be able to put this individual at rest. Thank you 🙏🏻

    • Elsabe le Roux
      Elsabe le Roux 24 күн бұрын +1

      G9d work in mysterious ways. And He sent you to that house.

    • Hydro
      Hydro Ай бұрын

      Did you know in spiritual religion whether or not your Christian I'm not calling you one you can be anything on Earth but I'm using Christian as an example when you think that everything has to do with God you actually develop you God even though God is everywhere in this case he was able to find a body yes but it was his path to do so at the end of the day God never build your face and had your mom give birth to you and write your own history before you were born just so you can be a follower of God not some fan girl who just throws God in with anyone

    • Dave Cruz
      Dave Cruz 3 ай бұрын

      PLEASE....Give us a break....The police were asked to check the welfare...dumb ass here just happened to be there....PLEASE....

    • phatwcinfrcr
      phatwcinfrcr 3 ай бұрын +7

      Same. Plus it's important reminder to watch out for your neighbors. If you think something is off, call someone.

  • DAWN GARTNER
    DAWN GARTNER Ай бұрын +1

    Oh that's my worse fear in my job. I do Property Preservation and am sent to properties that haven't been touched in years sometimes. The smell of mold is what I usually encounter. Can't even imagine the odor of death. Hope I never do encounter it. My friends Mom had a stroke and died in her house. She was there for weeks before her lawn care guy did what you did. He smelled it while cutting the lawn and called the police. 🥺😪

  • Angela Hall
    Angela Hall 4 ай бұрын +134

    I'm sorry that you had to relive this horrible experience all over again, but you did the right thing first by not alarming your wife of this, then calling the authorities to do a wellness check. By you finding this person, you gave the family a little peace of mind. Thank you for being the hero of their tragedy. I pray that your mind and heart be at peace for the good that you do for others. ~BLESSINGS~

  • Ann Lyon
    Ann Lyon Ай бұрын

    I’m kind of scared this will happen to me. I don’t want my children to have to endure such a thing. Not afraid to die but this situation is hard for so many people.

  • Kevin Ashley
    Kevin Ashley 2 ай бұрын +68

    Hello good sir. Let me start by saying, "Don't EVER apologize for trying to be successful personally, and in your community. You never have to apologize for having a good heart."
    I enjoy watching the lawn care videos. I remember my dad teaching me the ins and outs and how to take pride in your work. The half acre yard I had became my weekly responsibility when I turned 12, until I moved out at 19. I miss mowing the yard, feeling like I accomplished something, sitting down to a glass of sweet tea while looking at my work results and smelling that distinct fresh-cut-grass smell in the air. I have been disabled since 2011, I am 45 today, and I miss mowing the yard. Thanks for the video that gives me great trips down memory lane.

  • Keith Hunter
    Keith Hunter Ай бұрын

    Juggernaut, I respect you and what you do and what you did in this instance.

  • Scott
    Scott 5 ай бұрын +80

    You were exactly at the right place, exactly when you were supposed to be there. You were meant to be the person to make that discovery. I cannot imagine just how difficult processing this experience must be, but you were called upon, and you served your mission flawlessly. God bless you and your family.

  • Randall Parker
    Randall Parker 4 ай бұрын +35

    I am now subscribed. This old world needs more folks like you. I grew up in No. Las Vegas, NV. I too had a neighbor who no one seemed to care about, she was a nice but grumpy older lady who lived with her little dogs and cats who guarded her house. I was in 7th grade and came home one day and her dogs were going crazy inside the house. I cut her lawns etc. and made runs to a local market for her from time to time. She had given me her key so I could get in and bring her stuff. My dad came home from work and I told him about the dogs barking and whining and howling. We walked over and knocked and the dogs quieted down so we unlocked and went in. She had passed in her sleep and the cats... well it was horrific. We called the police. I had nightmares for months. Her son came from back east and all he wanted to do was get rid of the house. When I met him at her house he was very much an A-hole. Told me to mind my own business. He had her dogs and cats put down. There are a lot of good folks in this world but there are some that are just dark souls too. Thanks for what you do and sharing with us. God Bless you and your family.

    • Jane Lord
      Jane Lord Ай бұрын +3

      How horrible. I'm sorry you had to go through that.

    • Melissa Chapin
      Melissa Chapin 2 ай бұрын +1

      Thank you Mr. Parker, for loving and respecting your neighbour even more than her own son.
      I’m really sorry that you, your dad and Kevin (here in the video) had to witness society being so uncaring that someone passed away unnoticed until you each arrived.
      It’s the rescuers, wonderful people like yourself who tend to bear the brunt in the trauma of discovery. It’s not fair!
      As a daughter living abroad and a mother of grown twins, thank you for your care.
      As a fellow human being, I will stand and follow in your footsteps, so you, your dad and Kevin won’t be alone in this again. x

  • Flash739
    Flash739 9 ай бұрын +6211

    As a firefighter, usually it's folks like you or mail carriers that notice things a neighbor wouldn't. Good on you. Never feel bad for doing the right thing.

    • Elsabe le Roux
      Elsabe le Roux 24 күн бұрын

      Maria Rhomer. Maybe yes maybe no. I also don't mind other people's business BUT I at least notice wherre there's no movement when there usaully is.

    • Patrcia Clemons
      Patrcia Clemons 5 ай бұрын +1

      Not all the neighbors fault, they've been brainwashed to think only for themselves. Corporations stay rich by keeping us divided.

    • Cindy Garman
      Cindy Garman 5 ай бұрын

      Our neighborhood is so bad for things like this. Seriously, anybody could die in their house and no one would ever know. Family rooms are in the back, so I assume that's where people are.

    • Maria Rohmer
      Maria Rohmer 6 ай бұрын

      @Mother of Sneks Thank you so much!😃🌻

    • Maria Rohmer
      Maria Rohmer 6 ай бұрын

      @soundbreaker Harms You know what, I met a woman who lives in SA and she said the very same thing. And she lives in an apartment building. She said she really has no idea who her neighbors are and it feels safer that way. Very normal behavior there.

  • anilori
    anilori 2 ай бұрын +32

    What an episode: From doing a good deed by free yard beautification, a touch of romance, a bit of mystery and you were the hero at the end by calling the authorities. You were there for a reason and you handled it well. God had a hand in this.

  • Karen Field
    Karen Field 5 ай бұрын +37

    I just watched this video and omg I was in tears at the end , there was a reason you were there to do that lawn. And I admire the respect you have for your wife god bless you much love and admiration from Australia xx

    • TheBrianKSr
      TheBrianKSr Ай бұрын

      @Morbid Man Music your cuntity is duly noted for your ability to go out on comments to attempt to show the world just what an ignorant pos you are...your parents must be so proud.

    • Morbid Man Music
      Morbid Man Music Ай бұрын

      It is no mystery. It was just chance. No gods needed, or there would not be a rotting courpse for one to be traumatized with... gods.. honestly.

  • Nancy Skinner
    Nancy Skinner 2 ай бұрын

    Bless you for having to deal with this.

  • JollyTronVR
    JollyTronVR Ай бұрын +1

    Well I wasn’t expecting that
    Oof That must suck though, my question is: if you live in the area, (which I’m not sure whether or not you do), how wasn’t there news about a potential crime scene at this house?

    • JollyTronVR
      JollyTronVR Ай бұрын

      @Jake Folk wow, fair enough, i wouldn't want to live in a house knowing somebody had died there

    • Jake Folk
      Jake Folk Ай бұрын

      @JollyTronVR Yup.The house sold back in April, so im not sure who got it. I think the original owners bought it back because it's listing only them as occupants currently. I couldn't live there knowing all of this.

    • JollyTronVR
      JollyTronVR Ай бұрын

      @Jake Folk that sucks even more dude

    • Jake Folk
      Jake Folk Ай бұрын

      Doubt that it was a crime there. I checked on that location and it was in foreclosure with bank of America. Chances are the guy that lived inside committed suicide.

  • Dean Fischer
    Dean Fischer 9 ай бұрын +22433

    I was a police officer for 27yrs. You would be amazed at how many people just walk away from the area without doing anything because they didnt want to get involved. I had one where a guy who cut grass found the home owner dead then proceeded to steal his belongings. Take care. You did the RIGHT thing even if it turned out to be nothing.

    • Matt Sousa
      Matt Sousa 4 ай бұрын

      @Mr Potat but their family might need it and they have the right decide where it goes to

    • Matt Sousa
      Matt Sousa 4 ай бұрын

      @Feeder Diaries oh relax dude this country is so fucked, its not his fault

    • Matt Sousa
      Matt Sousa 4 ай бұрын

      @Pauldamo no he said even IF it turned out to be nothing, like he thought it was nothing at the beginning of the video but then had concerns and called off it had turned out “to be nothing” he still “did the right thing”

    • Roxanne English
      Roxanne English 4 ай бұрын

      Turned out to be nothing?
      REALLY?
      I wouldn't say finding a deceased person as NOTHING, geez, have some compassion...omg I can't believe you said that.

    • Ricki Landers
      Ricki Landers 5 ай бұрын

      @M B I really hope you filed a theft report against that viper and had her put in jail. I’m sorry she took advantage of your father like she did. The stress from it all likely played a huge part in his death and no one has the right to do that to another human being. I’m so sorry for your loss.

  • Amy D
    Amy D Ай бұрын +1

    ahhh sweetie though very sad as you said if you hadnt been there gods knows how long that poor body would of been there. may they rest in peace and i hope it wasnt painful death. i only found you a few days ago but can see you are a good guy. did the police get back to you about this?

  • Jeff Peckens
    Jeff Peckens 2 ай бұрын +4

    Sorry you had to go through that, but someone had to find the person. You rock man....

  • lynn johnson
    lynn johnson 4 ай бұрын +61

    Kevin I'm sorry you had to go through that. I believe God sent you there bc he knew you'd do the right thing and bring the person to peace. Kevin your a great guy for all you do and I just want to say thank you for everything you do. May God keep you at peace and in his loving grace, God loves you and so do I. I love your wife she's so cute. I will keep yall in my prayers. Love always

    • Morbid Man Music
      Morbid Man Music Ай бұрын

      God had nothing to do with it, or it would happen more... your god is extremely bad at its job. I'd fire a worker like your your god.

  • Scott's Thoughts Channel
    Scott's Thoughts Channel 4 ай бұрын +52

    I believe you handled this situation with condor, as well as honor. We also got to get to know a little about yourself. It's when we let ourselves be a little vulnerable, do we only start to grow ourselves. Ty, for being there for someone, who may of had nobody when they pasted away. Your a good man my friend.

  • Sunshyn ☼ Γƒƒ
    Sunshyn ☼ Γƒƒ 8 ай бұрын +1369

    As 27yr firefighter/paramedic that had to retire a few years early due to PTSD, just wanted to say a few things... First off, you presented this episode just fine, so don't worry about that, if you're still questioning your decisions. It was very respectful, and gave the audience some wise words, and the family your condolences, and didn't speak of any details that would breach their privacy, and you thanked those that deal with death often, so huge props on your edit and way of releasing this video.
    Second, I'm sorry for what you saw on the highway that day, and it sounds like you handled it well, I don't mean it didn't affect you, I mean you are aware it affected you. It's fine that you don't like to talk about that kind of stuff, as long as you do once in a while, there's no shame talking to a professional, and if that's not your thing, at least vent to your wife or a friend, or even a stranger on line. Trust me, it cost me my marriage, and almost my relationship with my daughter, you can bury it down deep and cover it up with alcohol or food or drugs, all you want, but it'll find it's way back out no matter what. I'm not insinuating you're doing that, but for anyone reading this, there's still a stigma around mental health issues these days, thankfully it's pretty accepted for those who have served, but with police and fire/EMS, and even just everyday people that might randomly see death or violence, PTSD and mental health issues are just as real, and parts of our society still look at getting help as weakness or shameful.
    Lastly, thank you for what you do, first responders and military get thanked all the time, and we appreciate it very much, but feel like we're just doing our jobs, no different than any other person, on top of that, you made it your job to give back, and help out yours and others communities, we need more of that in this country. Plus like @Dean Fischer said, a lot of people would have just left and not even given a 2nd thought or concern, to that smell, so bravo on a great job, and a great channel, I just discovered it and you got a sub for life my friend! Take Care, ✌🏻❤️

    • Sunshyn ☼ Γƒƒ
      Sunshyn ☼ Γƒƒ 5 ай бұрын

      @Trauma Healing & Prevention, ORG Support ...Thank you for the kind words, they mean more than you know, stay safe out there.

    • Trauma Healing & Prevention, ORG Support
      Trauma Healing & Prevention, ORG Support 5 ай бұрын +1

      @Sunshyn ☼ Γƒƒ I came into the comments to say thank you for being real about how our brains process different events, and how the cells in our body will hold onto the experience no matter how deep we bury it... until we have the support we need to process it.
      I am sorry your learning experience cost you your marriage, I am glad you were able to salvage the relationship with your daughter.
      Then I get in your comments, and you have taken the time to explain why we need free education, free healthcare, and a major shift in priorities if we want to remain viable.
      I agree, we do our jobs and it feels awkward to be thanked for doing our jobs.
      However, Juggernaut Lawncare, and you in these comments, are setting examples of how to care and how to build healthier communities.
      That directly impacts the work that I do, so thank you for making my job easier. Reduce stigma on mental health?
      All of us can do better and help each other.

    • Luke Arts
      Luke Arts 7 ай бұрын +2

      @Sunshyn ☼ Γƒƒ Of course I'm not entirely up to date on individual events, but I was part of the loop back in 2007. (Jan 2002-Dec 2008) As you mention, command ran it from Germany. I remember that back then it was preferred not to have American boots officially on the ground, or to have units at least under an allied command, in order not to instigate or antagonize other parties in the region. There was also opposition by Russia against American presence in the Magreb (Russia has some political and military interests in Egypt and they really don't like American presence in any country neighboring their interests). I'll read that report later tonight, thanks for the link.
      As for Niger, it is debatable if it's part of Magreb (North Africa) or if the whole Southern Sahara is its own region. The latter generally is the stance of European institutions, and since I'm Belgian (you know, the guys who founded the EU initiatives), I'm not considering North Africa to include Southern Sahara. In fact, we refer to that region as "The Nose of Africa". I know, it's just semantics, but when you wrote "North African country", I was thinking you were referring to the latest series of conflicts in Libya, where NATO interfered in a very "grey-zone" mandate, because not interfering would have caused a greater humanitarian disaster than what was already happening...

    • Sunshyn ☼ Γƒƒ
      Sunshyn ☼ Γƒƒ 7 ай бұрын +1

      @CW Arts...Oh man brother, sounds like you've really been through the ringer. I've heard of those types of seizures, but don't know a lot about them, doesn't sound like fun. I was starting to corner a little bit after i left the fire service, and had a kick in the balls too, lost one of best friends and brother that was still on the job, in a apt fire. I went down a dark road for a while, I'm pulled out of it, but like you, still getting my sea legs back. Have you heard anything about Ketamine treatments? For a while about 5-6yrs ago, a lot of combat vets that had
      tried everything else were traveling to Peru to do these Ayahuasca ceremonies with local Shaman, Ayahuasca is the plant they make DMT from, and you apparently trip balls from it in several sessions, and had a great success rate for these vets. I looked into it but was a little pricey. I guest western medicine started studying that type of treatment, and started doing supervised sessions using Ketamine. More and more states are approving it for local doctors to use. A friend of a friend who was really ate up, tried the Ketamine therapy, said after some preliminary normal sessions ya go in, lay on a couch, they give you a shot of Ketamine, you trip for about 15 -20min go home and discuss it next session, about three of them and my buddy's friend said he was feeling better than he'd felt in a long time Not sure what state your, but i'd at least look it up and see of it might be right for you.
      Hang in there brother, you can always hit me if ya need to talk, i believe my email is in my about section , if not comment on one of my few videos I have posted I'll see it.

    • Sunshyn ☼ Γƒƒ
      Sunshyn ☼ Γƒƒ 7 ай бұрын

      @UC5E8GMIovOQh4cgoGCpy7uA....Yup, you got it.

  • Ken Hale
    Ken Hale 4 ай бұрын +71

    I've been doing what you do for years. I'm glad someone else sees there is a need for our care for the community. I'm 76 now and had to give it up.
    Ken

  • Tracy Johnson
    Tracy Johnson 4 ай бұрын +46

    Kevin, You handled this like a pro man. Death is hard and it is staggering how many times this happens. I hadn't seen my boyfriends dad in over a month and he was regular as clock work at coming round to see his grand son. i told my boyfriend to go check on him but he never did even with me telling him a few times. His sister went and knocked on the door and there was no answer so she went in through the back door which was unlocked, She sat down on the couch and she heard a thud from behind the couch and he dad was behind it still clutching his chest, he had already started the decomposition. She said she will never get that image out of her head. It should have been my boyfriend to find him if he had gone when i asked him to she wouldn't have found him like that. I know how you feel, but at least you cared enough to cut the lawn and call the authorities to come check on them, whom ever it was. Death is never easy i have found that out the hard way. It always amazes me how the smell is so strong and very distinctive with all the windows open and no one reported a smell coming from the house. it is so sad that none of the neighbours called it in. The smell of death is very pungent and there is no other smell like it. Life is too short there is no doubt. We should all take something from this. If you haven't seen your neighbour for a while just go knock on the door and ask them if they need anything. If they don't answer wait a couple more days and just ask for a wellness check on your neighbour. The neighbour assumed the house was foreclosed on there hasn't been anyone in there for a while. If someone is forced to leave they have to closed the windows and make sure the doors are all secured. Didn't anyone find it odd that all the windows were open. It looks like a disabled person lived in the house because of the ramp on the front. Even more reason to knock on the door. It is very sad when some one dies all alone, no one should die alone. God bless you Kevin and Condolences to the family of the person who died. My your heart be filled with good memories of the loved one you lost.

    • Tracy Johnson
      Tracy Johnson 4 ай бұрын +1

      @Brooke Shane Hi i think you are so right people do care more about themselves and not others its a far cry from what it used to be like. everyone knew everyone where i grew up. such a sad world we live in. I can dream right along with you on that one

    • Brooke Shane
      Brooke Shane 4 ай бұрын +2

      People die alone alot I believe because once a person is no longer useful people tend to not bother with them. Its unfortunate that we build our relationships based on their usefulness to us. Maybe if our society could learn to value each other as much as we value money we could actually build something better than greed and exploitation and actually care about society not just ourselves. Let me dream lol.

  • Myrtle Richardson
    Myrtle Richardson 4 ай бұрын +164

    You gave this family closure. You are a very respectful young man. I hope you are able to deal with this. RIP to the deceased individual. I pray they transitioned without pain and suffering.

  • RICK MCLEAN
    RICK MCLEAN 2 ай бұрын +2

    Your a good man and very respectful

  • brian farris
    brian farris 9 ай бұрын +702

    Anytime someone dies outside a hospital or care setting the police are called out and the scene is treated as a crime scene until it's determined not to be. Thank you for the good work you're doing on behalf of the community.

    • Natasha Meeks
      Natasha Meeks 10 күн бұрын

      That’s what I’m trying to find out, was it an actual crime or what? If anyone finds anything out about it please send it my way, TIA. It’s truly saddening that this person was found this way. My nieces grandpa on her dad side, her mom is my sister, was found deceased I believe it was almost a week after he passed. We’d had a hurricane, lost power, couldn’t get to many places in our county. No one had heard from him, everyone kept trying to call & text him, someone that knew him well finally went over to his home to check on him, had to break in through a window I think because doors were locked, don’t quote me though, but that’s when he was found that way. It was very hard & tragic, especially for my sister, her daughter & his son, of course his family, his parents lived in the house in front of his home. They are elderly though & not not able to do much so that would have been very traumatic for them to witness in person had they found him. I believe they’d been on vacation during the hurricane also.

    • Stop Spam
      Stop Spam 7 ай бұрын +1

      @4ever loved
      That could be a possibility other than they had family that was suspiciously absent. No checking on them or requesting a check be done. Definitely suspicious enough to cause police to treat it as a possible crime scene. It would be nice to know the findings on cause of death, why no family, was any money being spent AFTER estimated time of death and other things.
      It might be a lot of things. It would just be nice to know what is found out. Could be the makings of a good movie!!!!

    • Brazen Hussy
      Brazen Hussy 8 ай бұрын +5

      @𖤐𝒴𝑜𝓊𝓇𝓈_𝒰𝓃𝓉𝓇𝓊𝓁𝓎 𖤐 no sometimes people do that if they don’t think anyone will notice them missing and complete suicide. Goal is to alert the neighbors faster 😢

    • Pasler Andrew
      Pasler Andrew 8 ай бұрын

      A strange Revelation was in a previous video from about a year ago where you had mentioned something about finding an underground bunker in one of these monster Mower property. ( Then joked about a body might be inside....bro that's crazy.

    • Becki Lawler
      Becki Lawler 8 ай бұрын

      ⁹9th

  • Honey1
    Honey1 Ай бұрын

    Yes you are doing great job I support you in every way possible you are working ❤️.

  • Fern S
    Fern S 4 ай бұрын +24

    Watching you clean up houses is like watching a sculpture being made! You were very respectful of what you found at this house. You are to be commended.

  • Service dogs r grate
    Service dogs r grate 2 ай бұрын +15

    This is one of my biggest fears I live alone and my surviving family really could care less thank you for doing the right thing.

    • janice mearkle
      janice mearkle Ай бұрын +1

      I, too, live alone with my rescued cats. My 2 daughters live far away. My son, who lives abot 100 miles hates me (long story) and hasn't been in contact with me for years. Thankfully, I have a good neighbor who checks on me occaisionally...

  • BigJess Gaming
    BigJess Gaming 4 ай бұрын +23

    I know exactly what you dealt with... I came home to my apartment once and the unit across from me had a suicide in it and it had been a few weeks... it's something you won't ever forget. Plus being former FD I've seen it... You did a awesome job and the editing and posting of this... Sorry you had to deal with it! Best of luck to you!!

  • Dallas Yarbrough
    Dallas Yarbrough 9 ай бұрын +1063

    I’ve done crime scene cleaning for situations like this, death is a very distinct smell with no way to really describe it. You handled yourself very well and have the perfect reaction dealing with a situation like that! Makes you cherish the ones you have and want to keep them close. You did the best thing possible for that family, property and neighborhood! You’re a good man, life changes you and it’s good that you recognize it!

    • Dallas Yarbrough
      Dallas Yarbrough 6 ай бұрын +1

      @Helium it’s different

    • Helium
      Helium 6 ай бұрын

      So do animals that have been rotting, smell like a human death?

    • Big Red
      Big Red 8 ай бұрын

      @Dan Maly i hear ya about people. They check facebook “friends “regularly.
      Yet they cannot take the time to really check in on people or make friends face to face. FACEBOOK IS NOT REALITY. DUH.
      Anybody can type anything,
      You NEED to make EYE CONTACT.

    • Apathie Party
      Apathie Party 8 ай бұрын +1

      @TAKIZAWAYAMASHITA Very sad but true. Maybe someday Humanity wakes up.

    • john welch
      john welch 8 ай бұрын

      I’d describe it as a sour chemical smell

  • Selena R.
    Selena R.  4 ай бұрын +20

    Your interactions with your wife made me smile. Reminds me of me and my husband to a T.
    It is unfortunate about the deceased, but it is a blessing that you were able to bring a bit of closure to them. No one wants to be laying in their house for weeks or months without anyone knowing what’s happened to them.

  • Bonnie Welch
    Bonnie Welch 3 ай бұрын +9

    I have never seen a video from you till now. The first take-away for me was the love of your wife, second, not telling her what you knew while she was mowing and last, your comment about being respectful. So many people today aren’t or don’t know how to be. Glad you shared that you would pray. Also, since you have a little girl, I hope you have a boy this time but whatever, I will pray for smooth delivery and healthy baby! God Bless You🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻❤️

  • It's Key.
    It's Key. 4 ай бұрын +2

    This was amazing, you handled the situation exceptionally. Rachel is a sweetheart!

  • Rob Arment
    Rob Arment Ай бұрын +10

    I hope this video inspires folks to check on their neighbors if it’s been days, weeks, or months. There’s no doubt that you did the right thing by putting this up. In so many of these videos people are genuinely happy to have someone knock on the door- not just because you’re offering help, but because you’re saying hi, how are you? before you explain your reason for being there. What a trend to be a part of and to inspire. Maybe people will start going out and finding more ways to help their neighbors and neighborhoods.

  • NukeNorway
    NukeNorway 9 ай бұрын +555

    I hate cutting my own grass, so NO idea why I find this SO relaxing to watch :)

    • GoodNewsPress
      GoodNewsPress 9 ай бұрын

      @Ubi moon 😆

    • GoodNewsPress
      GoodNewsPress 9 ай бұрын

      😆

    • tigergreg8
      tigergreg8 9 ай бұрын

      @bobkilla430 😂👍

    • Romullus
      Romullus 9 ай бұрын

      exactly. I have extreme allergies to cut grass. I will work an extra 10 hours of overtime so that I can afford for someone to cut it. I swell up and start sneezing and coughing like I have the flu. Even if I drive by and my window is down while someone else is cutting their own yard.

    • Elizabeth
      Elizabeth 9 ай бұрын

      I get it, it is rather cathartic to watch yet I love mowing our lawn as it is about half the size of this front yard & way less dry!

  • Terrilyn Koetting
    Terrilyn Koetting 4 ай бұрын +3

    as an older adult of limited income, you're an amazing person. May your channel help support your giving and caring nature.

  • 40medic
    40medic 4 ай бұрын +13

    You cleaned up a yard that needed attention. Then came across a medical scene. You helped the family in a big way by bringing closure without the family having to find the scene first. You also protected your wife from the scene. You did a real good deed today. As a paramedic mid-way through my third decade, I’ve seen a lot. And in my private life too. These experiences develop a persons character. When a person considers all of the vast and varied experiences we all go through in life, the good, the bad, the normal, the abnormal, they all combine to make you who you are. Your experiences have made you a considerate, thoughtful and caring human being. Your heart is in the right place and thank you for doing what you do.

    • Kelliwithani71
      Kelliwithani71 4 ай бұрын

      You stated that so beautifully! 🤗 ❤

  • Angela Lemons
    Angela Lemons Ай бұрын

    God be with you as well, prayers of peace and strength.

  • ed letts
    ed letts 4 ай бұрын +28

    On the lighter side: My grandmother had a set of apartments and there was an old guy living in one of the apartments. My grandmother hadn't 't seen him going in or coming out for several days. So, she sent my aunt, who was in her teens at the time, over to the guy's apartment to check on him. She banged on the door and nobody answered, so she opened the door and went in. She found him lying in a lounge chair, totally nude, snoring, and surrounded by empty beer and whiskey bottles. She sneaked on out of his apartment and reported that all was well.

  • not your account
    not your account 9 ай бұрын +430

    The way you handled ALL of this was moving. Towards your wife, towards the officers, towards the deceased, towards yourself; the love and respect and good character. You are a great man. I don't usually subscribe to KZclip things, but this...THIS is worth subscribing to and helping with. KZclip needs this kind of real. Glad you can provide it.

  • Aaron Travels
    Aaron Travels 4 ай бұрын +12

    Your honesty and vulnerability in the description is impressive brother. I approach my depressive episodes in a similar fashion, I think it's healthy. Keep the faith, that's my key to a less depressed life.

  • Miss KC
    Miss KC 2 ай бұрын +2

    Bless you for the work you do!! I’m sorry this job had sadness with it.❤

  • Mark Neukirch
    Mark Neukirch 4 ай бұрын +10

    My late wife was a CNA and loved her job. Most people don't do the profession long but she did it most of her life When we first started dating she told me her favorite part of was taking care of the body after death. I thought that was really odd. She went on to explain it made her feel good to make the deceased look nice and freshly shaved etc. She went on to explain that when the family saw the body she wanted them to have the memory be of their loved one looking as good as possible. I instantly went from a little freaked out too thinking what a honorable thing that was.

  • Laura Roberts
    Laura Roberts 4 ай бұрын +9

    You did a great thing and I was deeply touched by your sense of duty and respect of the person and their family. Perhaps you were meant to be at that house at that time for a reason. Blessing to you and your family and I am now a subscriber to your channel.

  • Shrimpy Muscles
    Shrimpy Muscles 7 ай бұрын +664

    I'm a retired critical care nurse, worked CCU, ER, burn ICU and burn ER. I would have to switch to acute admitting psych, to simply change the work environment, to deal with the "burn out" that nurses get. When I saw horrific things I had to hold myself together to do my job. When I got home I cried hard. You did really well keeping it together and calling for a well check. 🙏

    • schmidtfaced
      schmidtfaced 7 ай бұрын +3

      I’m retired Resp Therapist 34 plus years of acute care . The things we see are horrific. I cried for this poor guy that he had to experience that. When the doctor told me I had PTDS I was in complete denial. That’s for people who are in war zones I thought . Then I realized it’s the trauma first responders see . I understand more now . Imagine how this poor guy feels and he will never forget it. Now imagine police and hospital workers seeing it over and over again for 30 or more years. You never get used to it. If you do somethings really wrong with you. Take care of each other. Everybody has a mother father sister brother someone that cares hopefully.

    • Kathy Cavitt
      Kathy Cavitt 7 ай бұрын +2

      Yes he did, and not telling his wife was a good thing at that house!!!

    • Shrimpy Muscles
      Shrimpy Muscles 7 ай бұрын +6

      @TracyKym Ty for sharing your story. I was only 21 at the time I was transferred to work the burn unit. I had been working at Olive View Medical Center. We had a 6.6 earthquake and the hospital was destroyed. The County of Los Angeles transfered me downtown to the county general hospital. I was blessed to have a job. Many of the employees were let go. You sound very courageous. I completely understand you putting your children first. I am very glad that you had a nurse friend to help you. Teenagers will definitely take advantage of some situations. I could write a book on them, and my ex husband too. I'm 73 now, and am at peace. It sounds like you are too, I hope that you are.

    • TracyKym
      TracyKym 7 ай бұрын +12

      As someone who has been burned and gotten skin grafts from the knees down, (in places i was burnt to the bone) I have great respect for nurses who work in burn units. When I was there I had to leave early against medical advice. I had no choice. My 3 teens were home alone and my husband (now ex) was working away from home. Someone had to be there. One of my nurses was in tears and begged me to stay. I was very very lucky that I had a close friend who was a nurse that came home with me and did my bandage changes. My nurse in the hospital was terrified I would lose my legs. To see her actually shed tears for me, basically a stranger, showed me how much care goes into what you do. So I want to thank you because I can't thank her. I didnt think to get her name. It was a very hard time for me but her caring greatly helped my spirits. And just as a side note I am fine. I had no infection or issues. I was very lucky and lucky that my good friend knew what she was doing. Anyone who knows teenagers knows it is not a good idea to leave them alone for god knows how long. I was lucky I had someone there for the first five days. It was then that I had to go home. I would also like to say to the couple that took care of this lawn, god bless you. You have another subscriber just because I think that how you handled this was indeed respectful and what you do is so very kind. It is so good to see good people. The last few years have been trying for us all, so seeing and hearing all of this, as well as peoples stories is a wonderful thing. Thank you all.

    • Shrimpy Muscles
      Shrimpy Muscles 7 ай бұрын +2

      @Jesse Gallant typo, 'switch' was the intended word. Ty for pointing that out.

  • Sarah M
    Sarah M 4 ай бұрын +9

    Thank you for doing the good deed of cleaning up an untidy property and thank you for being a kind and thoughtful person to call in the wellness check. It's sad that the neighbours didn't consider doing so.

  • Shelis Shepp-Nduom
    Shelis Shepp-Nduom Ай бұрын

    Although this video was very sad at the end but hopefully by posting it made people think to check on their neighbors if they haven’t seen them in a few days. This person obviously wasn’t close to their family or didn’t have any. So sad to die alone and no one missed you were gone.

  • Hairlok
    Hairlok 4 ай бұрын +2

    Wow, the final Statement.. is beautiful. Thank you for having the courage to show the more vulnerable side of yourself in such a trying situation.

  • Missy Be Kind
    Missy Be Kind 4 ай бұрын +5

    A Big Congratulations to y'all on the new addition to the family!! 🎊💞🎊
    I thought it was very suspicious, when you said the windows were up. 😢 You are a wonderful person for giving your time, prayers for you! 🙏
    I'm glad you spared your wife, so that she could be as happy (as she was while there, not knowing) when she picked up y'alls daughter.
    I bet you went home and gave them Big Hugs!!
    It's sad that not one neighbor noticed, or checked. Bless you, your family, & the family that lost a loved one!!🙏

  • Eileen Lester
    Eileen Lester 5 ай бұрын +259

    It's pretty sad that nowadays people don't interact enough with their neighbors to notice that something may be wrong. Bless you for doing the right thing.

    • Rita Turner
      Rita Turner 2 ай бұрын

      Extremely sad. Neighbors wake up. Although in a different circumstance, I live in a very congested city where there are a lot of people and cars on a tight area. So wall to wall street parking. Anywhere you park, someone lives right there. But for whatever reason at night when there are break ins to cars, smashed windows, thefts, vandalism, no one ever hears anything. No one ever looks out window or calls the police. It’s like they don’t want to know, not their car, not their problem. It’s really sad. Another time there was a businessman who worked downtown where at the time there were a lot of homeless intoxicated people. So it wasn’t uncommon to see someone intoxicated laying on ground. It was winter and at lunch this person decided to take the alley. He was an older man. He slipped on the ice, fell and winded up breaking his leg. He yelled for help but everyone ignored him because they thought he was an intoxicated homeless man. So he laid in snow for 2 hours before someone finally got him help.

    • Jake Folk
      Jake Folk 3 ай бұрын +3

      The place was supposed to be empty. There's a theory the previous person who lived there went in, upset that their family home was foreclosed and either committed suicide or died of natural causes. We don't know but Bank of America had a pending case against the family to foreclose.

    • WildlifeRescueCare
      WildlifeRescueCare 3 ай бұрын

      majority of Humans are SELFISH arseholes and NEVER do anything for free for anyone & especially STRANGERS !!!!!!!!!

  • Rebecca Price
    Rebecca Price 2 ай бұрын +2

    I'm glad you DID mow the yard. I'm sorry you "found" (ie smelled) the unfortunate person. If they are like many older people, they lived alone and had no one who checked on them regularly.

  • Carmen Padilla
    Carmen Padilla 25 күн бұрын +2

    God bless you sir 🙏 I can tell that this broke your heart 😢😢 You did the right thing of calling the PD. Just the thought of you not calling and this angel not being found for awhile after you been there. It could have been terrible, especially them treating it as a homicide.
    Hope you never have to go thru that ever again.

  • MERCY
    MERCY 4 ай бұрын +3

    Your wife is so adorable,funny what a great personality..great job rachel!!!

  • White Noise
    White Noise 4 ай бұрын +2

    You are amazing, i can only imagine how much joy you bring to life, and always remember, death reminds us to look at and properly appreciate life. I hope yours is amazing man, you deserve it.

  • Globe Trotting
    Globe Trotting 8 ай бұрын +667

    How tragic that it took a stranger doing a good deed to notice this person even existed at one time. Thank you for being such a great person in a world that is often uncertain. Congrats on the new arrival. You deserve all good things!

    • Ruth B
      Ruth B 8 ай бұрын +3

      You were simply doing an act of kindness, not only for the owners of the house; but, you were also helping the neighbors and neighborhood! I'm so sorry that you had to have such a sad discovery on a great day! However, you did the right thing by call the police and notifying them of the smell, and the windows all open! When the police arrived, you went and spoke with them, waited as they asked you to do, and then you filled out the paperwork they gave you!. I know you would've liked to finish the job you started; but, with the police finding a deceased person in the house, and you said it was now a crime scene, the police probably didn't want anything disturbed, even grass clippings in the driveway! You did an excellent job, called the police with your possible suspicions, worked while you waited around, and that's all you could've done! It's a sad world, and very unfortunate for you that day. I'm sure your wife was upset when you told her also. Both of you are very good samaritans! Hope this case has been resolved, and you're feeling much better for where you were and what you did that day. May God bless both of you! ❤🙏❤🙏❤

    • jfbeam
      jfbeam 8 ай бұрын +4

      @Mary L Maybe they did, but if no one answers, how far are you willing to go? (wandering around peaking in the windows could end badly.) That is why police will do "wellness checks". For the record, when a bank forecloses on a property, they tend to take care of it. Letting it get overgrown like this is a magnet for criminal activity. (when he said he smelled something, I immediately went "meth".)

    • Mary L
      Mary L 8 ай бұрын +6

      Had the exact same thought... took a stranger doing a good deed to find out this happened. It's really sad that not one of the neighbors came to check on this person when things started getting overgrown, etc. I can't blame them, I'd probably make the same assumptions with the way things are now. Back in the day, everyone on the street knew each other and the busy bodies didn't miss a beat. Now it's either face-in-phone and see nothing around you, or see everything and keep it to yourself. Crazy upside-down world.

  • A H
    A H 5 ай бұрын +12

    You and your wife are cute!! I know as a person who struggles with mental health issues, I can't imagine being the person who stumbled on this. It'd shake me up too. Hope your doing okay 🥰

  • Thomas Dreyer
    Thomas Dreyer Ай бұрын +2

    Kevin, your heart is in the right place. Doing good things for other people and being a respecter of others never goes out of style. God calls us to love one another and be respectful. Sadly, so many in this day and age look down on your kind of behavior and think less of people like you who are the "grunts" in life, (and I don't mean that disrespectfully), the blue collar workers who are the engine of our economy. I've sold flowers while sitting at a gas station all day. I've been a garbage man, picking up the trash with a big plastic can behind the houses before the automatic pickups. I've also been a white collar professional, wearing suit and ties every day for years. I always thought it funny how, when wearing the suits & ties, how people would address me as "sir" and when wearing my Tshirts they would say "hey buddy" or similar. I also worked in the funeral/cemetery industry for about 12 years and you see and learn a lot from just being around that. But at about 40 years of age I found out where true wisdom comes from and also true love and forgiveness. It comes from God. I'm not surprised that the car accident had an effect on you. But the one thing everyone needs to realize is that death is the enemy, we all are appointed to die. But the first death isn't the one to be concerned with, as, unless Jesus comes back first, we all will face that. It is the second one, which is basically an eternity of regret and suffering with separation from our creator because we made the decision not to believe that Jesus is the true Son of God, who lived among us 2000 years ago so that He could call us to repentance, teach us, and voluntarily give His own human life on a cross, bearing the just penalty for our own sins, so that if we would call on His name, believe it, turn from our wicked ways, and confess Him, we could be resurrected from the grave, given a new incorruptible eternal body and live in eternity with God in heaven, avoiding that "second death". The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and instruction. His unending love and compassion will help you overcome any depression, for we are worth much to Him and He cares for us and is ever present if we seek Him. God Bless.

  • Chris Stephens
    Chris Stephens Ай бұрын

    I’m so very sorry for your loss my friend. 😢

  • Ethan Alles
    Ethan Alles 3 ай бұрын +3

    I really appreciate how you handled this whole experience. Including sharing your personal story. It means a lot.

  • Florida Fan
    Florida Fan 9 ай бұрын +909

    So sorry you stumbled upon this situation, as it sounds like it really upset you. You were so respectful and thoughtful in your comments about it. I wish you and your family, and new baby, all the best. You have a good heart, and are a kind man.

  • Heather J. Keys
    Heather J. Keys 4 ай бұрын +3

    You’re doing a great job 💛 sending lots of love to you and your family.

  • m
    m Ай бұрын +1

    who knew lawn cutting would be so dramatic

  • Darth Fetid
    Darth Fetid 5 ай бұрын +7

    hats off to for the work that you are doing, especially on this one. my condolences to the family involved here.

  • Rebecca Conlon
    Rebecca Conlon 3 ай бұрын +11

    To those who scorn family who don't visit or help, there are times where you don't have the time for anything but your own family to worry about. On top of that, I've tried to help my elderly In laws, but they kept refusing and seeing it as insulting to offer, to the point where we just gave up because we couldn't afford the tears as we had our children to look after.

    • Rita Turner
      Rita Turner 2 ай бұрын +1

      I understand you don’t have time, but when it comes to elders, please make the time. And maybe they don’t want your help, but if you haven’t heard from them, yes, at least check on them.

  • LordZ19
    LordZ19 8 ай бұрын +881

    I have been on this site for more than a decade, thousands of genres, people, channels, favorites. Never have I seen such an amazing and respectful guy like you dude. It is insane how you out of the kindness of your heart go out of your way to make simple things like lawn care matter, and you help people with those changes. I can not express how much I want to virtually shake your hand, and say thank you. Im not a religious person at all, but seriously, you’re the Lawn Care Saint.

    • kitchen floor breakfast sandwich
      kitchen floor breakfast sandwich 7 ай бұрын

      He does seem like a kind man though. I appreciate his hustle and creativeness

    • Wander Woo
      Wander Woo  7 ай бұрын +1

      @dana cruz correct. The man isnt a saint he is simply a You Tuber. And, probably not even doing the work himself..😂 Paying some schmuck $100 to mow an overgrown lawn and making $5,000 off video. More con than saint!

    • johnsonnl70
      johnsonnl70 7 ай бұрын

      So true! It’s so nice to some good in todays crazy world

    • dana cruz
      dana cruz 7 ай бұрын +1

      @Wander Woo At least he's making money from DOING something unlike a large majority of other KZcliprs. Besides it's work putting videos together, too.

    • Quill Clock
      Quill Clock 7 ай бұрын

      @Decoy why not all of them? I'm an omnist. I agree with you I'm not a fan of pushy religions. But they all have some lesions and wisdom to glean from their text and teachings, all great stuff you will miss out on by cutting yourself off from spirituality. praise Zeus!

  • Stephanie Swtchks
    Stephanie Swtchks 6 күн бұрын +1

    You did an amazing job! Whomever gets notified about the deceased and must go into the area will appreciate what you were able to get done. Navigating that "before" terrain would have made this even more difficult & dangerous.

  • Nan Mc Sweeney-Bailey
    Nan Mc Sweeney-Bailey 3 ай бұрын +2

    Wow. Powerful post. Your vulnerability, sincerity and respect are admirable. You're a good human.
    I rarely leave comments, and don't subscribe to many channels -- but if it helps you to keep doing what you're doing for yourself and community, I'm in! Well done.

  • Sharon Bamberger
    Sharon Bamberger Ай бұрын +1

    You should use a mask! Get one where you have filters on both sided

  • Kris Steeley
    Kris Steeley Ай бұрын +2

    Love the wife's Buc-ee's shirt!!!

  • ELMOs World
    ELMOs World 5 ай бұрын +321

    I have never come across your channel before and I honestly don't even know how I ended up on this video, but seeing how you protected your wife and then also seeing how much respect you show for the deceased shows me how truly amazing you are as a person. I am subscribing! 💕

    • Reid Levering
      Reid Levering 3 ай бұрын +2

      Couldn’t have said it better myself.

    • Syl Reynoso
      Syl Reynoso 3 ай бұрын +2

      Same here! From power washing to this video! I’m hooked.

    • wheelie26
      wheelie26 3 ай бұрын +2

      He suddenly popped up on my recommended too, I’ve no idea why but I’ve watched several of his videos now and love what he does and what he stands for.
      It’s so lovely that he protected his wife with the cat story, that was so sweet. It’s such a good job that he called for a wellness check and the police responded so quick, at least he saved family or friends (if there are any) from walking into whatever was in the house.

    • Loll Godz
      Loll Godz 4 ай бұрын +2

      @Queen Allie wish I found him on another note, but this just shows how big heart this man has, I recently lost my grandmother and have seen some nasty scenes in the past and I can already visualize the scene inside the house just by how bad the smell was described, who knows but yeah... death is not the pretty sight but yeah... Vallhalla waits us all, see you there

    • Queen Allie
      Queen Allie 4 ай бұрын +5

      I agree 💯 I just found this page too.. He a good man that's for sure not too many around anymore 🙏

  • kde5377
    kde5377 3 ай бұрын +4

    Good deeds are done by tender, caring hearts. I’d say you’ve got one of the biggest hearts around. Thank you for sharing this story in particular. Blessings to you, your wife and family.

  • Blair Ogden
    Blair Ogden 2 ай бұрын +2

    That is so crazy that the cops told you to leave you doing such a great job at the yard

  • JustCallMe Dawn
    JustCallMe Dawn 4 ай бұрын +5

    I’m so grateful for the good work you do and your work ethic!
    I am also so sorry you had this experience and that it made you rehash your own family trauma.
    Just know that person isn’t suffering anymore.
    I have often been called to scene for pronouncement when it was obvious. Life goes on, I get used to it, but it doesn’t really get easier. So, I can only imagine the eeriness you felt.
    I pray for that person’s loved ones & for your healing after this.

  • rae sunshine
    rae sunshine 4 ай бұрын +5

    Even as neighbors,be aware of your elders and disabled people. Even though I checked on my daddy everyday I still felt bad that he died alone.Keep up the good work and may God bless you always.

  • Julie Scott-Crane
    Julie Scott-Crane 9 ай бұрын +239

    Kevin, what you experienced from that situation was a deep shock and delayed grief. When the young police officer told you about the deceased in the house, the fact that your lovely wife was with you, mowing the lawn, must have hit you hard. You did however, show great presence of mind by slowly and lovingly removing her from the property without voicing your concerns. That took courage and then go ahead and call the authorities. My thoughts and prayers are for you both and the deceased's family. Please don't let this deter you from doing your good work in the community. If you were my son I would be immensely proud.

    • Mary Walterman
      Mary Walterman 8 ай бұрын

      Kevin You are amazing. I am glad you found out about the deceased person. God bless you for doing the right thing. Weird as it sounds, I am proud of you as if you were my son.
      Thank you for being a human being.
      Mary R

  • Jane Lord
    Jane Lord Ай бұрын +4

    I'm sorry you had to experience that, but you did it with finesse. You are such a good man with the way you love your wife and spared her the details. Your respect for the deceased and the family was great and I really appreciated that you thanked all the folks who have to deal with this kind of situation regularly. No worries about having to leave things not cleaned up, although I know that too ate away at you. I hope you are doing much better now. I'm glad you were there that day and knew what to do.

  • Sarah H
    Sarah H 3 ай бұрын +4

    Its ok you left it "messy". You discovered something much more important. You were able to bring closure to someone's loved one. I'm glad this didn't stop you and your still making videos

  • Michelle Tank
    Michelle Tank 2 ай бұрын +15

    I just wanted to say, I love to see the patience you had while showing Rachel how to do this for the first time. She seems supportive and wants to help. I see many men get annoyed and treat women as if we are dumb, instead of explaining and showing so we can understand. Everyone has to learn before they know!

  • Sara Medin
    Sara Medin Ай бұрын +1

    Thankfully you were blessing the owners with your services, and the fact that you were there brought this possible crime to the attention of authorities to deal with. You are a great citizen and asset to your community. Thanks for all you do!

  • oldandfedup wtw
    oldandfedup wtw 9 ай бұрын +706

    Also retired cop here. You did a good thing Brother. Death is tough no matter how many times you encounter it. This happens quite often with the elderly. The kids move away and are just too busy to check on their elderly parents or grandparents. Sometimes they are the last of their family, are I’ll or disabled, don’t get out much if at all and neighbors no longer check on each other. If you have elderly folks living in the area, haven’t seen them in a while, check up on them. They may have fallen or became very ill. If they are alright, just say hi and that you are just making sure they are ok. A little kindness goes a long way.

    • 𝖋𝖎𝖗𝖊 𝖘𝖙𝖆𝖗𝖘𝖊𝖊𝖉
      𝖋𝖎𝖗𝖊 𝖘𝖙𝖆𝖗𝖘𝖊𝖊𝖉 5 ай бұрын

      @Rob Hentz my uncle lived next door and hardly checked his own father. not as uncommon as you'd think

    • 𝖋𝖎𝖗𝖊 𝖘𝖙𝖆𝖗𝖘𝖊𝖊𝖉
      𝖋𝖎𝖗𝖊 𝖘𝖙𝖆𝖗𝖘𝖊𝖊𝖉 5 ай бұрын

      he ended up demented although not due to dementia - i assume it was due to my aunt and uncle plus the abusive people at the nursing homes taking his stuff and pulling his strings. you don't call someone demented because of shit you 100% did. he'd had colon tumors and sleepwalked or talked on the phone before. they should have known. when he finally died in like the 5th home of tooth decay my other uncle paid up for these two shitheads' portions of the casket and funeral costs. the one that left my grandfather there was a drunk who spent all his money on women who slept with other men in the same house as him anyway. i always say karma is a bitch and won't be footing the bill for shit when something happens to him because he chose to live miserably and let his cancer go.
      let his ex girlfriends and their kids pay for it

    • 𝖋𝖎𝖗𝖊 𝖘𝖙𝖆𝖗𝖘𝖊𝖊𝖉
      𝖋𝖎𝖗𝖊 𝖘𝖙𝖆𝖗𝖘𝖊𝖊𝖉 5 ай бұрын

      my grandfather was left for 3 days with the mail piling up even with my uncle and his 'homies' living next door with said uncle for free. he was never the same after that, ended up needing a throat tube which eventually got taken out but he lost his ability to move. it wasn't even the first time he fell, and life alert didn't work

    • Umm' Salamah
      Umm' Salamah 8 ай бұрын +2

      @Rob Hentz thank u so much

    • Umm' Salamah
      Umm' Salamah 8 ай бұрын +1

      @Rhyslarn step parents who brainwash them and the funny part that step parent hasn't got a clue the shoes that u walk in

  • Edward Chaffin
    Edward Chaffin 4 ай бұрын +2

    It's nice you cared enough to help a person out

  • Starry-eyed girl46
    Starry-eyed girl46 4 ай бұрын +2

    You did a fantastic job here! Well done. 👍. Sorry about you finding out about the deceased person. But you did everything correctly. I subscribed and I wish you all the best 🤗👍

  • Databyter
    Databyter 5 ай бұрын +3

    Nice to see a man be so patient and loving with his spouse. Everybody was a rookie once. Mechanical intelligence comes with practice and challenge. She did great. That mower does look fun to operate. EDIT" Ive seen the whole video now. RIP to the owner. It's a good thing you found them. You'll be alright. Your a good man Charlie Brown. Databyter

  • elyse marshall hook
    elyse marshall hook 4 ай бұрын +4

    You succeeded in putting your video up being respectful. There are such messages in your video ,not only the kindness and generosity you show in the work you do but how we need to know and care for our neighbors and a real appreciation for first responders. Btw you handled it just fine. Better than most would and you cared enough to contact the authorities.