Autopsies which were performed on two bodies that were found in a Chattanooga home revealed the deceased twins had been dead for several years.
Autopsies performed on two bodies that were found in a Chattanooga home revealed the pair had been deceased for several years.
"Chattanooga Police found 63-year-old identical twins Anthony and Andrew Johnson's skeletal remains sitting in recliners in their living rooms."
Officers along with a relative of the men were sent to the residence to look around. Cops wouldn’t force their way in as they didn’t have a key, but from the outside the house appeared to be vacant.
A notice from the Post Office had been left in the mailbox noting that they suspected the home was empty and delivery was ceased for the address.
Recently, a family member finally got a key and along with police subsequently found the bodies. Police say there is no evidence of foul play.
Toxicology reports to determine the exact causes of the deaths are pending. Neighbors say the men were quiet and mostly stayed indoors due to health problems.