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Stan Bastian, El Dorado Hills: “I grew up in a funeral home and had to clean the storage basement. I found a bunch of coffee-sized cans and I asked my Dad, ‘What are these?’ He said, ‘Those are cremated remains not picked up by their relatives.’”

Stan Bastian, El Dorado Hills: "I grew up in a funeral home and had to clean the storage basement. I found a bunch of coffee-sized cans and I asked my Dad, 'What are these?' He said, 'Those are cremated remains not picked up by their relatives.'"
Wayne Lowery, El Dorado Hills: "When I moved here and started cleaning up my yard I found old ranch implements — horseshoes, hammer heads and hay hooks — in Fairchild Village."
Daniel Navarro, El Dorado Hills  "When cleaning up I just get rid of old TVs, furniture and regular household items. I haven't found anything strange, not yet anyway."
Frank Sianez, El Dorado Hills  "Nothing really interesting comes to mind. I did find a dead snake in the garage once."
Frank Sianez, El Dorado Hills  "Nothing really interesting comes to mind. I did find a dead snake in the garage once."
Dennis O'Rourke, Cameron Park  "While crawling around I found huge gourds under my house. They're not planted or anything; they're free-standing."

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