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Morning Poll: Most Disgusting Item Found in Home of Man Suspected of Putting Son in Freezer?

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Yesterday, we got our hands on some court documents describing the disgusting conditions of the apartment of the man suspected of putting his 7-month-old son in the freezer while he was high on crystal meth.

Of the several disgusting items found in Chance and Leanna Kracke's apartment, we narrowed them down and settled on the five meth-iest things found in the home.

Our list included rusty razorblades, feces and urine, broken glass, cockroaches, and, of course, meth.

Check out our list here.

Cops found other grotesque things, like a collection of bottles filled with chewing tobacco spit in reach of the couple's two young children.

We made our list but want to know what you think: what is the most disgusting item found in the Kracke's apartment?

Vote -- and see the results of yesterday's poll -- below.

Yesterday's poll question: did "Nik Richie" have anything to do with Ben Quayle's victory?

- 12.5 percent say yes.

- 87.5 percent say no, his claim is just to boost Web hits.

Here is your morning poll:

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