Sally Fronsman-Cecil poses with her possessions in her Topeka, Kansas home, in this undated photograph. Fronsman-Cecil was always inclined to have a cluttered home, but she went into the 'downward spiral' life of a hoarder after her husband died in 1998. Clothes, food, cardboard boxes, magazines, plastic bins and other items pile up in her house. Her living room is impassible; her kitchen counters heaped with dishes and food. REUTERS/Kevin Murphy (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
RM2CR2D5BSally Fronsman-Cecil poses with her possessions in her Topeka, Kansas home, in this undated photograph. Fronsman-Cecil was always inclined to have a cluttered home, but she went into the 'downward spiral' life of a hoarder after her husband died in 1998. Clothes, food, cardboard boxes, magazines, plastic bins and other items pile up in her house. Her living room is impassible; her kitchen counters heaped with dishes and food. REUTERS/Kevin Murphy (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)