Nancy Kissel may have planned to ship her dead husband back to the US with the rest of the couple's possessions, the Sunday Morning Post can reveal. Only three days after bludgeoning her husband Robert to death, Kissel contacted Links Relocations to organise a quote for shipping the contents of her Tai Tam flat and the storeroom where she had the body of her husband stashed. A salesman from Links confirmed that Kissel had called on November 5. This was the same day she organised for workmen to remove the rug that contained her husband's body from the flat to a storeroom. One of the workmen who removed the carpet told Parkview residents that the Kissels' youngest son, Reis, had said: 'It stinks. Why does it stink?' as it was removed from the Tower 17 apartment. During the near-three-month trial, the jury heard that Reis, four, had no idea his father's corpse was being carried past him as he held open the door of the flat. The head workman told the jury the carpet smelt like 'salt fish' but they nevertheless removed it and put it in the storeroom. Residents at Parkview have told the Post that in the weeks following the murder, workers in the estate's excess storage area would joke with women who brought large items to store there: 'Have you got your murdered husband in there?' Parkview has refused to comment on any aspect of the trial. Meanwhile, Kissel was settling into the Tai Lam Centre for Women yesterday after being jailed for life on Thursday. She may have once spent $5,000 on her hair, but the best she can expect now will be a trim from an inmate. Tai Lam has no barber and inmates are assigned to haircutting and manicuring duties as one of 13 trades to occupy their time. 'Everybody has to keep their hair clean and tidy,' a Correctional Services Department spokesman said. 'Nancy Kissel will undergo the ordinary procedures that are required of any prisoner.'