Eerie pictures show decrepit remains of a hoarder’s Alabama home with items piled high after its owner died
- An enormous collection of hoarded junk was discovered after an Alabama homeowner passed away
- The neoclassical home, built in 1890, was filled to brim with piles of clutter and even spilled onto the porch
- Photographer said the smell was ‘overpowering’ and the floor was litter with excrement and cat litter
Eerie images showing the decrepit remains of a hoarder’s Alabama house with belongings stacked high have been revealed after the home was left abandoned after the owner’s death.
Pictures showed a bedroom laden with junk including a fan, a set of steps, and a clothes rail packed full of women’s clothing as well as the narrow walkways the homeowner had made to get around the impressive property.
In another image, the 1890 neoclassical home’s staircase had been rendered inaccessible due to piles of junk blocking access which included a garden bench, a lamp, and empty cat food and games boxes.
The property had fallen into a state of disrepair with wallpaper peeling from the walls and the fireplace stacked high with food storage tins.
The images were taken by photographer and urban explorer Abandoned Southeast who explained the smell inside the house was ‘overpowering’ and described how excrement and cat litter was left all over the floor.
He said:’ After walking through the house, my shoes and socks smelled so bad I had to throw them away. I feel like this house is a true diamond in the rough. I hope these photos are seen by someone who has the means and desire to want to save this house.’
The Alabama home has been left abandoned since the owner died and a photographer stepped inside and discovered the impressive hoarding collection
The homeowner had compiled an enormous collection of things over the years, including a large hoard which made the kitchen almost inaccessible
While walking around the property, photographer Abandoned Southeast discovered clutter in every room and said a lot of the house had fallen into disrepair
As well as clutter inside the property the garden of the 1890 neoclassical home has also become overgrown
Inside the property was piles of junk metres high, including a fan, a set of steps, and a clothes rail packed full of women’s clothing
The homeowner had created narrow walkways around the house and all the clutter made it difficult to get the stairs
And it was not just inside that the hoarding took place, it appears the owner had begun piling junk on the porch of her home
The photographer said when he entered the extremely cluttered property there was an ‘overwhelming’ smell
Abandoned Southeast explained that the floor of the property was filled with animal excrement and cat litter
After walking around the property the photographer said his shoes and socks smelled so bad he had to throw them away. Pictured: The bathroom is being taken over by nature
After years of falling into disrepair nature had begun to start taking over the property, with branches and leaving creeping in through the windows
When pictured the home still had all the homeowner’s possessions inside, including clothes, a bed and even medicines in the bathroom cabinet
The property had fallen into disrepair, with wallpaper peeling from the walls and the fireplace stacked high with food storage tins
The photographer said he hopes his pictures will be seen by someone who want to save the impressive property