Storage Wars: The Strangest Thing Brandi Passante Has Ever Found In A Locker

Fans of A&E's reality hit "Storage Wars" were elated when Brandi Passante, who left the series in 2014, returned in the premiere of the show's 13th season. Brandi, a favorite of the show's fans, and her then-partner Jarrod Schulz left the show to star in their own spin-off, "Brandi and Jarrod: Married to the Job," in which the lovers of 15 years and parents of two finally decided to officially wed. But now, both stars have returned to the show that started it all, where they revealed to fans that they had actually broken up, per People.

Brandi had been candid before about how the stress of being on TV had impacted her personal life. Having previously been a stay-at-home mom, Brandi suddenly found herself working 60 hour weeks and dealing with clout-chasing hangers-on, according to The List. Leaving the show finally gave her time to prioritize her children again.

After years of bidding on storage units, Brandi has surely come across more than a few strange things. Still, strange is a spectrum, and some things are simply stranger than others. So what is the wackiest thing Brandi has ever found in a storage unit? Keep reading to find out.

Brandi found canine remains

In a 2017 episode of "The Mystery Men Show," the hosts asked Brandi Passante and Jarrod Schulz to tell them the weirdest thing they had found in a locker. Jarrod said that just a few days prior, they found five locked wooden boxes. When they opened the boxes, they found Ziploc bags filled with powder in all of them.

"I'm thinking cocaine right off the bat," Jarrod said. "I'm like, 'Oh, we're rich babe!'" As Brandi inspected the contents further, though, she noticed a dog tag on one of the boxes. "I was like, 'Oh my God, they're dogs!'" Brandi screamed. "'They're dead dogs!'" What they thought was cocaine turned out to be the ashes of dead dogs — talk about a buzzkill!

"And there was like five or six of them in there," Jarrod said. "I'm like, 'How many dogs did these people have?"

"At first I was grossed out," Brandi said, "and then I felt really guilty so, you know, we sent them up front so they could come pick up their dogs."

While finding dead dogs is definitely jarring, at least they weren't dead humans!