She Was Missing For Months, Where They Found Her Is Absolutely TRAGIC!

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Evelyn Sakash an Emmy-winning production designer who was known to be a hoarder was discovered dead in her New York City home under a pile of junk, five months after police conducted a thorough search of her home.

The 66-year-old Sakash’s remains were finally found inside her apartment, buried beneath a mountain of trash.

Officers from the New York Police Department investigated Sakash’s trash-filled apartment twice but were unable to find her body. The woman’s remains were found under a pile of garbage inside her kitchen only after cleaning crews started removing garbage and filth from the apartment.

Excerpt from The Wrap reports:

A missing persons report filed with New York City police stated Sakash was last seen in September 2020. There has been no determination of a cause of death or whether foul play was suspected.

Sakash’s TV and film credits include “Orange Is the New Black,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” 1990’s  “Mermaids,” 2014’s “Still Alice” and 2003’s “Between the Lines,” for which she won a Daytime Emmy Award.

Sakash’s sister, Ellen Brown, told the New York Daily News she didn’t want her sister to be remembered for how she was found.

“She had a full life,” Brown said. “She was so extraordinarily talented. She was a brilliant mind.”

On October 18, 2020, police conducted a 45-minute search of Sakash’s residence but found nothing. Instead, officers arrived at the Emmy-award-winning designer’s home to find it filled with trash.

In addition, authorities discovered four dogs and six cats, all of which were taken to a local animal shelter. However, there were no signs that Sakash had been kidnapped or that there had been any foul play.

Police returned to the apartment with cadaver dogs, the following day. The animals, on the other hand, we’re unable to locate Sakash’s remains among the “floor to ceiling” piles of debris that filled every inch of the College Point home.

On Friday, officers with the NYPD told The New York Daily News that they believed Sakash to have already been dead in the kitchen. Unfortunately, the stench of garbage throughout the home likely interfered with the cadaver dogs’ search for her remains in October.

At the time of her death, Sakash was a respected production designer and art director with more than thirty years of experience under her belt in the film and television industry. She was awarded a Daytime Creative Arts Emmy for Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction/Set Decoration/Scenic Design because of the work she did for the children’s show Between the Lions. She received her Emmy win in 2003.

Her profile on IMDB includes credits for popular shows like Billions and Orange Is the New Black. She has also worked for Disney and MTV throughout her career.

At the time of her death, Sakash was a respected production designer and art director with more than thirty years of experience under her belt in the film and television industry. She was awarded a Daytime Creative Arts Emmy for Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction/Set Decoration/Scenic Design because of the work she did for the children’s show Between the Lions. She received her Emmy win in 2003.

Her profile on IMDB includes credits for popular shows like Billions and Orange Is the New Black. She has also worked for Disney and MTV throughout her career.

Memola said, “Her job gave her a purpose,” In addition, the friend said that the recent death of Sakash’s mother also made things harder for her. “Evelyn always took care of her mom — her mom was here in College Point, in a nursing home. She’d always bring her food.”

“Between the pandemic, her job, her mom — it hit her hard,” said Memola. “Her mom’s funeral was at the height of the pandemic, and it was only her, a friend, and her nephew.”

Sources: Bizarre.awm, Abcnews, Thewrap

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