NyDailyNews.com: It's a storyline right out of Psycho.
Pennsylvania widow Jean Stevens stored her dead husband and twin sister's corpses in her home for more than a decade, tending to the bodies as best she could until police made the gruesome discovery last month.
Stevens, 91, had both of the bodies dug up just a few days after the burial. Stevens dressed her husband, James, in a dark suit, white shirt and blue knitted tie, and placed him on the couch in the garage.
Stevens positioned her sister June--clad in her best housecoat--on a different coach in the spare bedroom. She would frequently spray June would her siblings favorite perfume.
"Death is very hard for me to take," Stevens said.
"I'd go in and I’d talk, and I'd forget," Stevens said of her sister's new living arrangement. "I put glasses on her. When I put the glasses on, it made all the difference in the world. I would fix her up. I’d fix her face up all the time."
Stevens said she didn’t want her sister to be buried because she had always been extremely claustrophobic.
"That's suffocation to me, even though you aren’t breathing," she said.
Stevens' sister died of cancer last October, her husband died in 1999 of Parkinson’s disease.
Police are wrapping up their investigation at the home in Wyalusing, and no charges have been filed yet against the woman who has been described "more grandmother than ghoul."
Police are looking into possible charges, including misdemeanor abuse of a corpse. Bradford County Coroner Tom Carman called the incident "a very, very bizarre case."
Stevens suspects a family member of her late husband called the cops on her.
"I think that is dirty, rotten," she said.