Viewed from the air, one Phoenix, Arizona neighborhood is like a medical culture under a microscope: rows of apparently healthy, clutter-free homes surround a single, disease-choked yard. At this one house, no empty space is visible -- the yard, front and back, completely covered with closely packed shapes.
Don Parks said he's been accumulating statues, signs and other stuff he likes for 40 years. "In high school my grandfather gave me a 1923 Model T Ford. It was the first old thing I ever got, and I caught the bug."