When life turns into trash: British television showed the home of the most terrible hoarders of the countryPictolic
If you have a lot of unnecessary things — quickly get rid of them! The British TV show "Hoarders" ("Hoarders") shows what the transformed life people used to hoard stuff. Among the most terrible plucking UK — the man who twice set fire to his own house, and the woman who could not get into the bedroom through the piles of debris. Look at what has become of their homes, then in our material.British channel 5 launches the project "Magpie" ("Hoarders"), which covers the history of people who collect piles of junk in their homes. TV crew and help them bring order in life and in the apartments. We will discuss the most impressive episodes of television shows.
Susan — 64-year-old pensioner from Kent. Unfortunately, the woman died from cancer after filming. As if sensing their imminent demise, she turned for help to the experts of the project. Her house was so littered with junk that she had to climb over piles of garbage, and into the bedroom of an elderly British woman to get could not.
Cleaners found in the stove the remnants of moldy roast, stored as unknown.
The bathroom had found a rotting mouse that was drowned in a viscous black precipitate, filled the toilet.
Another participant of the TV show, Brian from Cardiff, lived among the mountains of old books, Newspapers, magazines and other junk as much as remembers his daughter Heather. A young woman tired of life among the debris and junk, and she went to the center for family consultation to solve the problem.
It turned out that the roots of this way of life go into the childhood of Brian, his mother was also a hoarder. He was accustomed to dwell among the piles of junk and thought it was a normal existence. Men were not raised a hand to throw out the thing that might someday be useful. Specialists helped to clear the house of the British and establish his relationship with his daughter.The third story is about a self-proclaimed "King of clowns", Jake Mangel-Wurzel (Jake Mangel-Wurzel) from Huddersfield. The man lived in the van among the charred remnants of his house, after he twice set fire to it.
He called his space is littered with "Magic country of Wurtele" and accumulated stuff over the years.
In the van was discovered the installation of cigarette butts, and stove — pots, filled with strange brown slurry, which Jake called "tea".
To crank even came fire service officer to tell him about the dangers of flammable stuff.Collecting useless things is a psychological problem that requires professional intervention. Pack rats are trying to escape from the outside world behind piles of debris, turning their existence into a living hell among the decaying remnants. Difficult to decide to throw away stuff accumulated over the years, but it helps to start with a clean slate, and British project gives people that opportunity.
Hell you can create with your hands, even during his life on earth. 47-year-old Briton were largely successful. The hoarder has collected in a small apartment such a huge amount of garbage that can not get out of his bedroom.