In a July 31, 2012 photo, Ella Dunn is seen on her porch in Detroit. Dunn has watched nearly all of her neighbors move away in the 24 years she's lived on Lyford. At night and even during daylight hours she hears cars and trucks and people dumping tires, furniture and other trash along the street. Abandoned lots, alleys and neglected parks in Detroit used to be a favorite destination for discarded tires and trash. But over the past few months they have become dumping grounds for the dead. At least seven bodies have been found in some of the most desolated haunts in a half-empty city. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

Associated Press
In a July 31, 2012 photo, Ella Dunn is seen on her porch in Detroit. Dunn has watched nearly all of her neighbors move away in the 24 years she's lived on Lyford. At night and even during daylight hours she hears cars and trucks and people dumping tires, furniture and other trash along the street. Abandoned lots, alleys and neglected parks in Detroit used to be a favorite destination for discarded tires and trash. But over the past few months they have become dumping grounds for the dead. At least seven bodies have been found in some of the most desolated haunts in a half-empty city. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)
In a July 31, 2012 photo, Ella Dunn is seen on her porch in Detroit. Dunn has watched nearly all of her neighbors move away in the 24 years she's lived on Lyford. At night and even during daylight hours she hears cars and trucks and people dumping tires, furniture and other trash along the street. Abandoned lots, alleys and neglected parks in Detroit used to be a favorite destination for discarded tires and trash. But over the past few months they have become dumping grounds for the dead. At least seven bodies have been found in some of the most desolated haunts in a half-empty city. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)
View Comments (0)