01:07PM | 02/08/05
Member Since: 02/07/05
1 lifetime posts
Ok I'm totally puzzled and looking for anyone who might have any idea what could be causing a very strange gas smell in my bedroom. Yes it sounds funny but I've had the fire dept. and a natural gas company come and test my house for gas and carbon monoxide...but they didn't find anything ...meanwhile I have headaches and feel groggy when my door is shut at night. The smell is kind of sweet but has a distinct gas oder to's very heavy or stuffy and room mate has also smelled it on occasion so I'm not totally insane......any information or possibilities would be appreciated as I am at a loss, but can not continue to live with it. Thanks


06:45AM | 02/09/05
Member Since: 02/08/05
11 lifetime posts
I'm not an expert but maybe you should check to see if there maybe a dead animal some where. They do have a similar odor. Good luck


02:35PM | 02/09/05
Member Since: 12/16/04
16 lifetime posts
I did have a similar problem, it turned out to be rotten roots in a plant that was in the room...hope this helps


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