If you're driving by, you may never notice it.
But a hillside along a Kanawha County road, known for its illegal dumping is getting a lot more attention from angry neighbors.
Becky Tignor stopped to help a stranded driver Saturday night near Smith Creek, when she noticed a pile of skinned animals and skeletons.
"It was gross," Tignor said. "It looked like dogs and maybe cats."
Down the hillside, broken TV's, tires and garbage bags line the wooded landing. There is remains of a horse just out of sight from the busy roadway.
Signs list the area as a site for Environmental Cleanup by the Department of Environmental Protection. And "No Dumping" signs are posted every few hundred feet along Smith Creek Road.
"They don't seem to be doing very much," said Tignor.