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08.01.2016


An American woman has taken legal action against a warehouse operator, after claiming she was trapped in a self storage unit for 63 days. 44-year old Wanda Hudson, who survived for two months on juice and canned foods, sued Parkway Storage in Alabama and was awarded US$100,000. Hudson was vague about why she was in the storage unit so late on 7th November, and denied she heard the metal door close. The company argued that during those two months that Hudson claims to have been locked in the unit, customers renting nearby units never heard her trying to get help.
When she was discovered on January 9, 2002, she weighed 85 pounds, having weighed 150 when she entered it. The Secret Stairs looks deceptively easy to create on your own, but this kit is specially designed with custom parts for a seamless, invisible fit and can be installed into any set of new or existing stairs that are standard construction and carpeted. Whether you have a security system installed in your home or not, there is nothing wrong with a bit of extra protection. Parkway's attorney, Burt Taylor, suggested she was sleeping and, furthermore, that she had been living in the unit. Hudson claimed that she did yell out multiple times when she heard other renters, but no one ever responded. The Secret Stairs is accessed using an electromagnetic lock (via key fob) and has no obvious opening mechanism to tip off burglars. Instead of heading out and buying the most expensive safe on the market, you can actually hide your things strategically around the house and burglars will never find them.If you have jewelry, cash or any other valuable that you want to keep extra safe, there are many DIY ways to hide those things from burglars. Incidentally, you can use some of these ideas to hide Christmas gifts from the kids as well.
If you want to keep certain things out of sight, take a look at our collection of easy DIY hiding places for your stash.Some of the ideas are products that you can purchase from most hardware stores or Wal-Mart.


Others are things that you can do yourself to create a secret storage area in your home.Hidden Bookcase StorageNo one would ever guess that behind that built-in bookcase is a storage area where you can keep your valuables safe. When you need into the space, you just pull the bookcase out and then push it back when you are finished. Via: Reddit Secret Storage SofaYou can build your own sofa and put some extra secret storage in it at the same time. Whether you need a new sofa for the living room or you want something for a sitting room, this is a great sofa and the fact that it has secret storage is just icing on the cake. Via: Ana-whiteDIY Hollow BookYou’ve seen those old hollowed out books in movies that people use for storage.
You can pick up an old book (if you don’t have one to use already) at most bookstores really cheap and then you just have to hollow out the inside for keeping your valuables safe. Via: VividpleaseBathtub Hidden StorageIf you have a tub that is encased, you can use the encasement to create hidden storage.
No burglar would ever think to look under or around your bathtub for valuables and this is a great way to keep things organized as well. Via: BornrichHidden Stairway StorageWhether you have a small landing on your staircase or not, you can use a step or the landing to create a hidden storage compartment that is perfect for storing safes or just about anything you need to hide. Depending on where you choose to build your storage, you may have room to hide larger items in this one.
Via: ImgfaveComputer Keyboard StorageThere is a great hollow keyboard that allows you to store things underneath. Of course, this won’t help during burglaries if your burglar takes your computer but it is a good place to hide certain items from the family and a good way keep your desk a bit more organized. Via: GeekologieHidden Outlet SafeOkay, we have all seen these cute little fake outlets that act as safes so you just know that a burglar has seen them, too.


Of course, no burglar is going to go around and check every single wall outlet so they do offer a bit of protection. You can keep smaller items like jewelry and cash in them and they install very easily into the wall.
Via: MisdefenseproductsBathroom Tile StorageYou can create hidden storage in your bathroom by simply remove a tile or two and making a hole.
You then replace the tile and you have the perfect place to hide valuables that no burglar would ever think about looking in. You may have to dig a little but its well worth it to have a key when you need it and it wont look so obvious like those fake rocks. Then only the people brave enough to stick their hand under is gonna know ??Reply Gloria saysSeptember 20, 2015 at 6:30 pm They are some great ideas.
May have to try someReply Sadiyya saysSeptember 20, 2015 at 6:37 pm The tile used for safes should hv something to only be identified by the one who installed or planned 2 use it. AllReply Beth Bishop saysSeptember 20, 2015 at 9:42 pm I recall seeing a show on HGTV about an old house.
I have already thought of a really good place for mine and I will keep it myself, but I did appreciate all of the idea’s put forth.
Feel free to get creative on all the possible ways to store your valuables in a safe unsuspecting place.



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