When the Bretzius family found this home they thought they had found their dream house. It didn't need any work and was perfect for their family. That is, until they decided to add some insulation in a room and discovered dozens of dead animal carcasses in the walls. They first found the animals in 2012, but the newspapers they were wrapped in dated back to the 30s and 40s. They had inspections before they bought the house, but nothing like this had turned up in any reports.
They sent some of the stuff in the walls off to be examined. Experts claimed the animals and supplies were probably used for pow-wowing, also known as Dutch magic. Whatever the reason, this family is not loving it especially now that it is costing them about $20,000 in repairs. Their insurance company won't pay since the animals were in the walls before they bought their policy. 

Buying a new house can be exciting, but also stressful and it looks like this dream home came with a lot of baggage they weren't prepared for. Check out the video to see what they found, but be warned that there are images of dead animals.