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SPRING HILL, Fla. – Neighbors describe the house where 21-year-old Stanley Eckard and his family lived as the “rowdy” house of the neighborhood. Loud fighting, visits by police, stuff like that. On Friday Stanley’s 19-year-old brother, Sean Eckard, went missing. Later that night, his mother observed something that helped pinpoint his whereabouts. She witnessed Stanley burying something at the side of the house. When she asked him what he was doing, he informed her that he was burying some items from an ex-girlfriend. His sister wasn’t buying it and asked her dad to go see what was in the hole. It didn’t take much digging to find the dead body of Sean. When questioned by detectives, Stanley admitted to getting into an argument with his brother before strangling him. He had planned to move the body after his parents went out of town. Stanley has been charged with murder and is being held without bond. Now I am no murdering mastermind, but I do have some advice for any of you deciding to murder your brother and then bury them…make sure your mom isn’t watching. Check out some video after the break.

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