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People Are Receiving Unwanted Anonymous Packages From Amazon, And No One Really Knows Why

For many of us, the appearance of an Amazon package on the doorstep isn't newsworthy — just a regular part of our modern consumer life. But at an increasing number of North American addresses, the packages just keep coming with frequency and their contents just keep getting weirder and more random. Not to mention, they weren't actually ordered by anyone living or working there — nor do they contain any sort of paper trail leading to the senders.
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