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Thread: Hoarder Style House - Selby - Jun 2017

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    [QUOTE=silver surfer;345206 it almost gives you an insight of how they lived..[/QUOTE]



    It actually tells you exactly how the old lady lived out her last months here - arthritic hands and severe mobility problems would have made it a very painful experience. Nice one HA, but then you always do approach places like this with a very sensitive eye.

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    This is lovely.
    I like a house crammed full of interesting belongings.

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    A lovely explore HA! I like the ivy in the hall, such a lot of little ornaments to see too, its a "where do I start kinda place" you captured it well
    Well done for even finding out a snipet of history, was that bumping into a neighbor on the way out
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