Better Than New Wiper Blades, Car Comes With Free Urn

Perhaps South Carolina is part of the Bermuda Triangle, because that would be one of the few plausible explanations for how the cremated remains of a woman ended up at a car repair shop in Charleston. According to reports, a Buick was towed to Transmission Wholesalers, which is where mechanics found the urn and what was left of Izetta Dickerson. It gets weirder when you discover that the woman died four years ago and the owner of the car couldn't explain how the urn got in the Buick. Family members believe the urn was lost during a move, but can't explain how it ended up in a random person's automobile. Let this be a lesson that you shouldn't trust anything to Izetta Dickerson's family. [WCBD-TV]