06/04/2015 04:12 pm ET | Updated Jun 04, 2015

Blood Dripping Through Oklahoma Apartment Wall Leads To Grisly Discovery

"Daddy, what is that coming down the walls?" Thomas Kennedy's son asked.

A mysterious red liquid was oozing down the walls of the family's home in the Fairfax Apartment Complex in Midwest City, Oklahoma.

And it kept coming. "I got a sponge, and I wiped it," Kennedy told local TV station KOCO. "Soon as I wiped it, it started coming down again."

Kennedy called the police, who recognized the walls were dripping blood, according to KOCO. They went upstairs and discovered the corpse of a neighbor who had reportedly fallen and cracked his head.

The county medical examiner ruled the neighbor had died of natural causes and the police declared the case closed, KOCO reported. A biohazard team stripped out the contaminated ceiling and walls and the Kennedy family was relocated to a different apartment in the complex.

Let's hope those kids aren't traumatized for life.

  • © Chicago Tribune
    Chief defense attorney and noted Chicago lawyer Clarence Darrow makes his case for life sentences before Judge John R. Caverly in the murder case against Richard Loeb, 18, and Nathan Leopold, Jr., 19, in the summer of 1924. In a shocking twist to the trial, Darrow pled the two defendants guilty in hopes of saving them from hanging. Darrow's masterful handling of the case has been the subject of many books and movies. University of Chicago graduate students Leopold and Loeb set out to commit the "perfect" murder by killing a random person, Robert "Bobby" Franks, 14. Both Leopold and Loeb were sent to Stateville Prison in Joliet for 99 years for kidnapping and a life sentence for murder. Loeb was killed in prison on Jan. 28, 1936. Leopold was released from prison in 1958.
  • © Chicago Tribune
    Three-year-old Deonta Howard, a victim of a mass shooting in a South Side park, is released from the hospital after plastic surgery Sept. 25, 2013. Two men armed with an assault rifle and a .22-caliber handgun fired indiscriminately into a crowd and wounded 13 people in Cornell Square Park in the Back of the Yards neighborhood Sept. 19, 2013. He was playing on the basketball court when a bullet struck him near the ear and exited through his cheek. Doctors said Deonta did not suffer brain damage. Chris Sweda photo.
  • © Chicago Tribune
    A Forensics Services investigator photographs the scene where a gunshot victim died, in an alley on the 4000 block of West Jackson Boulevard Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, in Chicago. A 16-year-old boy was found in the alley with one or more gunshot wounds and transported to an area hospital, where he was pronounced dead. John J. Kim photo.
  • © Chicago Tribune
    Donald Jay Cook, 16, in Cook County jail, circa Dec. 5, 1945. Cook murdered Morton Stein, 16, on May 11, 1945 in room 733 at the Stevens Hotel in Chicago. According to Cook, the boys had been committing robberies and when Cook wanted out, a fight ensued. Stein was bludgeoned with a blackjack, stabbed several times, and then stuffed in a closet. Cook fled Chicago and was captured in Lousiana in September. He was sentenced to 7-14 years in prison after changing his plea from not guilty to guilty of manslaughter.