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Alphinias 7 month s ago
Hoarders are nuts. I fear someday they might find my aunt like that. Sheesh
       
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Elaine 7 month s ago
It's not hoarding, it's a collection of rare items. Therefore not comparable with tons of useless trash 35
       
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Thursa 7 month s ago
It is good thing those that found the hoard or knew he had a it, saw value in it and did not have it all hauled to the nearest dump.
       
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Ramann Shukla, 64, died earlier this year due to a heart attack. He left behind a giant collection of rare items, which was found by his brother. A team of eight people spent 180 hours over six weeks to clear his apartment, two garages, part of neighbor’s garden and 24 garbage bins to find over 60 thousand items that Ramann has been collecting since 2002. They will be auctioned from 22nd to 25th of October. The overall estimate for the hoard has now been put anywhere between £500,000 and £4m.

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