It is official: being a slob can kill you. "HARTFORD, Conn. — A Connecticut woman described by police as an apparent hoarder was crushed to death when a floor piled with clutter collapsed into her basement, state medical officials said Tuesday. The state chief medical examiner’s office said 66-year-old Beverly Mitchell died of accidental and traumatic asphyxia. Mitchell’s body was found Saturday as crews were using a backhoe to remove debris from her home in Cheshire. She may have been dead for more than a week, police said. Town officials, meanwhile, are determining whether the home is still structurally sound. Cheshire Fire Chief Jack Casner said no decision had been made on whether to tear down the house. He said building official deemed the house “unfit for human occupancy,” and have boarded it up with plywood. Authorities have said they believe the first floor collapsed under the weight of all the clutter, which was stacked as high as the ceiling in some places. “There is several feet of clutter throughout the entire house, anywhere from 4 to 8 feet high,” Casner said" I sit here, boggling my mind trying to figure out how a human being can have a property, a private home to call their own and volunteer to live in pure shit. I once went to a house where the owner owned seven cats. To describe that smell, imagine if Glade invented a plug-in fragrance called "Ass". It's not just an ugly world, its unhealthy. If you're not breathing in noxious crap then your own house is collapsing on you from the garbage you stacked to the roof. I haven't missed garbage night since owning a house, it's not a hard thing to do. Focus: How clean of a household to you keep? Do you keep a burn ward-esque shimmering clean or are you the type who isn't afraid to stack dishes and pizza boxes? What do you consider "extremes" in clean/filthy? Alt-Focus: Horror stories of hoarders, super-slobs and insanely unhygienic homes you've encountered.