Emmy winner’s body found buried in trash

The body of scenery designer Evelyn Sakash was found yesterday after she spent about seven months missing. The information is from the international portal, Daily Mail.

A designer she was “considered an accumulator” and her body was buried and mummified in the garbage piled in the kitchen of the residence since September last year, until she was found by her sister, who traveled from another state to find Sakash.

Evelyn was 66 years old and died of natural causes after suffering from arteriosclerosis, an accumulation of fat in the arteries. Months before the body was found, friends of the woman even made a kitty online to pay private investigators and find out what had happened to her, but no one got any leads.

“It’s devastating. She had a whole life. She was extremely talented. She had a brilliant mind … I don’t want my sister to be remembered that way, the way she was found,” Ellen Brown told the Daily News website.

Evelyn Sakash won a Daytime Emmy in 2003 for being the work of a set designer on the children’s program “Between the Lions”. Her neighbors say she would have “fallen into decay” after her mother’s death in April 2020.

“She became a lot more reclusive and looked sick. I think it was when she started gathering a lot at home. I went into her house a few years ago and everything was normal,” said a man who lives near the house. of Evelyn.

Other than that, the professional kept pets at home, such as cats and dogs, which were taken by the police, who made at least two visits to the site in the past few months. During these visits, the police were unable to locate the body – even sniffer dogs were used at the time, but to no avail.


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