Nathan Millard

The man who found the decomposing corpse of a Georgia father of five and dialed 911 claimed he drove past a neighborhood in Louisiana after smelling a “rotting, dead-animal stench” and was startled to see feet poking out of a rug.

After allegedly passing away from an accidental overdose, 42-year-old Nathan Millard was found covered in plastic and rolled up in a carpet and discarded in a vacant lot in Baton Rouge.

Police do not suspect foul play, but the official cause of death is pending the completion of a full autopsy and investigators are trying to determine how Millard’s body ended up at the location.

Under the condition of anonymity, the driver explained how he made the horrifying find. He told Unfiltered with Kiran that he smelled something odd while driving around 3 a.m. on Monday.

According to the outlet, EquuSearch, a Texas-based nonprofit organization that collaborated with Baton Rouge authorities on the puzzling case, confirmed the identity of the driver.

He claimed that as soon as he wound down his window, a strong smell overcame him.

“The man told the news source, “I just don’t believe I can ever forget it. “It smelt like something was decaying or was bad. I initially believed it to be a deceased animal, but I couldn’t see anything.”

The man claimed that in order to explore, he got out of his car and poked around with a flashlight, which revealed a carpet.

“At first, I believed someone was tossing food, but then I noticed the feet. That’s when I started to feel really frightened, and my stomach just started to tense up,” he recalled.

The driver told UWK, “I was really terrified because I’ve never, ever seen or discovered a deceased person.

I was essentially in fear because I had no idea what had occurred.

According to Millard’s relatives, investigators informed them that he most likely overdosed and died.

Reporters were informed by police captain Kevin Heinz that detectives think Millard passed away somewhere else and that someone moved his corpse to the parking lot.

This week, he said, “There doesn’t seem to be any foul play at this time. “I am aware that he was undoubtedly put there by someone else. We want to understand who and why.

On the evening of February 22, Millard went to a Louisiana State University basketball game and Happy’s Irish Pub with a client. He had come to Baton Rouge to scout out a potential job for his construction business.

After being cut off for supposedly drinking too much, he left the pub alone around 11:30 p.m. and went back to his nearby hotel. The following morning, he was nowhere to be found.

On Tuesday, according to the police, Millard left the bar and proceeded to a Greyhound bus stop after about an hour. There was a security guard who offered to summon a ride or the police, but he turned them down.

In the hours preceding his disappearance, he was seen on fresh surveillance footage walking with a mysterious guy who keeps tripping.

The encounter reportedly occurred before Millard refused help from the security guard.

Millard is survived by his wife, Amber, their 7-year-old daughter, two teenage sons from a previous marriage and two teenage stepsons.

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