Once a prosperous city, today people are dying in graveyards

By: 600011 On: May 2, 2024, 2:50 PM


People living in churchyards and graveyards in England. Reports say that people have to live in graveyards in the town of Camborne in Cornwall, England due to extreme poverty. People live in makeshift cabins and tents. Reports also say that some have been shifted to old Salvation Army hotels.

Locals are constantly complaining about the increasing hooliganism and rampant drug use in the area. Following this, even the city policemen are seeking the help of uniformed bouncers.

Urban explorer Joe Fish says, "At one time, this part of Cornwall was one of the richest places in the world, but now it is one of the poorest in Europe". Joe Fish explores the usual abandoned cities and the like.

Fish says between 20 and 30 per cent of shops on the high street are boarded up for security. The rest are mostly in ruins. Empty beer cans and the like can be seen scattered here and there. There are garbage cans everywhere in the city.

According to Joe Fish, just behind the High Street is a narrow street with walls on both sides. The place is full of drug paraphernalia. This place is used to manufacture and hide illegal drugs.

Fish also said that this area of England has received money from the European Union to address this poverty and crisis. But he says the subsidies have gone after Brexit and the city is really struggling.