We have all seen or at least heard of the show airing on TLC called "Hoarders". Hoarding explores the psychology behind the compulsion to accumulate and store large quantities of nonessential things.

Each episode tells the stories of hoarders struggling with behavior that has made every day existence unbearable for both them and their loved ones. With the help of expert therapists and organizers, the hoarders will attempt to unlock the key to their obsessions in hope of reclaiming their lives.

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Nasty right? But the Psychoology is sound and these people do suffer from some extreme problems. With that in mind here is a guy in California that has been hoarding for so many years you can see his stuff from space!

In East San Jose, California, a local ABC station is on a mission to help one extreme hoarder. How extreme? He's hoarded so much stuff that it completely fills his yard, and you can actually see the mess on a Google Maps satellite photo. The guy's name is Richard Baker. He's 58, and apparently he's been collecting stuff at his house for 40 YEARS. His neighbors describe him as eccentric and volatile. Finally the ABC affiliate stepped in and started making calls, and the city is working to get him some help. The fire marshal declared the scene unsafe, so cleanup is starting and will supposedly take two months. And Richard is getting treatment for his mental health issues



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