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A corpse mailed in a "doll" box is something out of a horror show! According to Newsmax the body of a young Japanese nurse was discovered inside a storage locker in Hachioji, which is west of Tokyo. The box that was shipped had "doll" labeled "on the box. The incident happened May 21st.

Apparently, a woman of Japanese-Brazilian decent was detained by authorities in Shanghai Tuesday after she was allegedly using the dead woman's passport to get into the country. Her extradition is expected this week.

So, who was the corpse mailed in a "doll" box? According to the report, it was the body of 29-year-old Rika Okada. She went missing two months ago and was last seen March 21. Her body was found with several stab wounds then shipped from Osaka to the storage facility on March 24.

Shipping and storage locker charges were paid for by the dead victim's credit card.

Prior to when Okada went missing, she posted a message on her Facebook page that she was going to meet an old friend she hadn't seen in a long time. Her old schoolmate reportedly lived with a Chinese woman not far from the storage facility in Japan. Both were on the flight from Tokyo to Shanghai.

Discovering a corpse mailed in a doll box is more than just a little bit creepy!

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