(LibertySociety.com) – True crime has become a popular genre for television, movies and podcasts over the last couple of decades. In 2008, the comedy “Sunshine Cleaning” propelled the world of death scene cleanup into the spotlight. Now, a company in Florida is shining a light on the industry again with gruesome TikTok videos.
Spaulding Decon is a biohazard cleaning company based out of Tampa. They post on TikTok under the name @crimescenecleaning. The company shows its more than 4 million followers what it’s like to clean up crime scenes, hoarder houses, and residences where a person wasn’t found for days or weeks after their deaths. The videos let viewers know just how hard it is to clean up these types of scenes. TikTok allows the page to stay up because it’s reportedly educational.
A recent cleanup by our Kansas City, Missouri location was featured on the local news🐟
Check out the interview here: https://t.co/Ae6LserzkH
— Crime Scene Cleaning (@SpauldingDecon) July 14, 2021
In one video, an employee with the company showed a home where a woman passed away and wasn’t found for up to two weeks after her death. Her ex-husband tried to clean up the mess but couldn’t. The Spaulding Decon worker pointed out that cleaning up the remains of someone they loved can be difficult emotionally, which is why the company exists.
It’s a tough job, but companies like this one often take a terrible burden off of grieving families, and they deserve applause for that. Before checking out the TikTok account, know that it’s extremely graphic, so click at your own risk.
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