originally posted by: DanielJacksonKree
a reply to: theworldisnotenough
If I were you I would report everything to other people in the building including your speculation
You have to cover yourself in case your speculation is real
I did just that years ago in an apartment building where I resided and where there were not one, but two meth labs.
My apartment, almost full time, was like a gas chamber beyond your wildest imagination.
I did go to neighbors’ apartments advising the residents as to what was going on. I was nothing more than a polite advocate for crime prevention.
Shortly thereafter, I got a piece of certified mail from the landlord delivered to me.
It contained a formal, legal notice to cease and desist or face eviction.
“Cease and desist what?” you may be asking.
Cease and desist harassing the neighbors.
To make a long story short, I was forced out. Conditions there were so intolerable that I had to move anyway. (Footnote: a housing court judge
screamed at me in an open courtroom: “If it’s so horrible, why don’t you move; if it’s so horrible why don’t you move?” So much for “a
man’s home is his castle” principle of common law! I replied that I should not have to move to accommodate someone else’s criminality. I had
more to say, but the judge quickly slammed me quiet by talking right over me.)
From that apartment, under pressure to get out, I secured a short-term rental of a freestanding one-family house that was very, very old yet nicely
Half the basement was finished creating a very large carpeted room that was suitable for an office.
The carpet had moisture problems and was so uneven that you’d think that it was placed directly over lumpy soil, and there was an incredible stench
in that room, so much so that a friend that I had over said: “You have a dead body buried under this house.”
I set up two ionized ozone-producing air purifiers in that room. They handled the stench beautifully, and the air actually became a pleasure to breath
I now have just such an ionized ozone-producing air purifier going in my bedroom non-stop. I also have a more conventional air purifier with a filter
These air purifiers are doing absolutely NOTHING to alleviate the problem of the poor air quality in the bedroom.
I am not a chemist, but because of what I just stated, I think that the pollutants in my bedroom are inorganic thus eliminating from consideration
anything that can be blamed on defective plumbing or such.
To the person who asked about whether or not I have a basement: the answer is “No.” My apartment is on a slab and pipes’ running under my
bedroom is highly improbable.
Thank you all for your interest and input on this matter.
edit on 22-2-2015 by theworldisnotenough because: Added a minor clarification to a
edit on 22-2-2015 by theworldisnotenough because: Corrected a misspelling.