The garage at this house smells like something very old, closed up and forgotten. It's an interesting smell and I might even like it if I didn't have allergies and asthma.
It's the right smell for a tomb. Why are people only buried in garages in movies? Or for less than polite and honest reasons. This garage smells like a place for burying people, keeping them forgotten forever. I could buy a coffin, make sure it is sealed so it doesn't have that awful rotting meat stench, and be left in this garage for eternity. Or until they bulldoze the house down to build something bigger.
Graveyards seldom ever smell like a place people should be buried in. Why is that?