If you can smell them you didn't wrap them correctly. In that case, the ones on the bottom (depending upon how high the stack is) are probably leaking very nasty fluids, thus the smell.
Now the issue is whether you are in a ground floor apartment or an upper floor. If it's an upper floor, which I assume otherwise you would have just buried them in the basement, you have problems.
Now the main thing here, is do not panic. While the smell may be strong for you, it may just seem to others like a general "nasty smell".
First, be careful how you move them. At this stage of decay, parts may break off and punch holes in whatever wrapping you used. Place several layers of thick plastic dropcloths in front of the closet. You'll probably want to wear a gas mask or at the very least smear Vick's Vapo-Rub (tm) under your nose. Then put a bunch of fresh coffee grounds in a pan on your stove and put the flame to a medium setting. This will cover most of the smell for a bit.
Second, bring/roll/scoop each body onto the dropcloths. Wrap each securely and use a LOT of duct tape. I assume that you bought enough 3 mil dropcloths for each badly wrapped body, right?
Third, Lysol (tm) lots of Lysol (tm).
Fourth, I'm guessing that you can't just call a friend, or The Wolf for assistance, so the transfer is up to you.
Fifth, no matter how well you clean the drippings up, there will always be a smell. Find a new place to live. And try not to be so sloppy next time.