Compulsive Hoarder of Female Corpse’s
London house clearance specialists Jeffrey Avery & Asociates talk about how there is no end to the things which people can end up hoarding. London and places across the UK have had their own cases of compulsive hoarding, but they are nothing compared to the recent gruesome discovery made in Russia.
It was recently reported that 29 mummified female corpses had been discovered in the apartment of a Russian man.
The man has been reported as speaking 13 languages and has written a number of books, and he has even been described as a genius. But it is more likely that he will now be remembered for his rather odd collecting habits.
It is thought that he dug up the corpses from different cemeteries before taking them back to his home and dressing them up.
It is not known how long he had been indulging in building up his rather odd collection, but he was only discovered when his parents came to visit.
Although not a classic case of compulsive hoarding, it goes to show the bizarre items that people can end up hiding in their homes behind closed doors.
Hoarders are also sometimes responsible for keeping hold of items which other people might find strange. Not only do they often collect items which have no obvious value whatsoever, such as old newspapers and items of rubbish, but they have also been known to hoard items which are dangerous such as chemicals.
It is for this reason that whenever you organise a house clearance in the home of a hoarder, you should always call in the experts who have experience in dealing with dangerous items.
Jeffrey Avery & Associates specialise in house clearances where the property has been affected by compulsive hoarding. We operate across the UK. Confidential advice call Jeffrey Avery on 0800 567 7769