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Inside a Hoarder’s Home (22 pics)

Posted in Pictures   30 Jun 2010   / 37336 views

These photos show the inside of some hoarder’s homes.  A psychological disorder, hoarding causes people to obtain and store things that other people would find useless. Usually, the clutter builds up to point that it causes sanitary and safety hazards to the person who lives there. 

 

Inside a Hoarder’s Home (22 pics)

Inside a Hoarder’s Home (22 pics)

Inside a Hoarder’s Home (22 pics)

Inside a Hoarder’s Home (22 pics)

Inside a Hoarder’s Home (22 pics)

Inside a Hoarder’s Home (22 pics)

Inside a Hoarder’s Home (22 pics)

Inside a Hoarder’s Home (22 pics)

Inside a Hoarder’s Home (22 pics)

Inside a Hoarder’s Home (22 pics)

Inside a Hoarder’s Home (22 pics)

Inside a Hoarder’s Home (22 pics)

Inside a Hoarder’s Home (22 pics)

Inside a Hoarder’s Home (22 pics)

Inside a Hoarder’s Home (22 pics)

Inside a Hoarder’s Home (22 pics)

Inside a Hoarder’s Home (22 pics)

Inside a Hoarder’s Home (22 pics)

Inside a Hoarder’s Home (22 pics)

Inside a Hoarder’s Home (22 pics)

Inside a Hoarder’s Home (22 pics)

Inside a Hoarder’s Home (22 pics)


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Moctesuma 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
I'm sorry but I find it difficult to believe that this is due to a "psychological disorder". In my opinion, these are just lazy people !

Maybe I'm wrong...
       
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Jojo100 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Compulsive Hoarding Syndrome is in fact real, and whilst I don't actually have it, I do have tendencies in that I like to keep and collect things. Sure, I'll probably never need or use 50 mobile phone cases, but what if one day I do? So I keep them anyway.

These pictures are somewhat misleading though, as hoarders aren't always messy. They keep things that are seemingly junk, yes, but it can be organised into piles or stacks as opposed to dumped everywhere. Obsessive hoarding syndrome is often linked to obsessive compulsive disorder and OCD sufferers are generally finicky about keeping things in order.
       
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:Shamrock: 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
dash2 dash2 dash2
Dilidou </3
       
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chicaurbana 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
It is also called "Diogenes Syndrome" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diogenes_syndrome
       
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Peanut 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
I agree with Jojo100. I know a couple of hoarders, but they are very neat and clean. These people are filthy.
       
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Dreth 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
This is nothing a good ass whuppin' can't fix.
http://www.Dreth.com
       
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Mary 3 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
I have been watching the show "Hoarders" and 9 out of 10 times, the "hoarders" are ugly, fat, welfare and disability rats. I think a lot of the time it is laziness. These people don't mind living in filth, since they have never had a job and they could care less, if their section 8 housing is condemned, because it only costs them 6 dollars a month and welfare will find them somewhere else to live.
       
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carol 2 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
mary should be ashamed, you know what you posted isn't true.
most of those people own their home, what has fat and ugly got to do with it.
You are the one that is ugly.
       
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