More on my flickr:
Mud pie eating out of a skull, rattling chandeliers, moving paintings: when Charles Hendrickx a decade ago, horror-themed restaurant ‘t Huys Ghost from the ground pounding, nobody could predict huge success. “La Casa Fantasma” went looking for a new location and new formula.
Ah, thanks for telling what this place was used for – good to know
This was a late addition to our list of locations, and when we explored the place in moonlight… well we didn’t hope for much, but as sunrise came we were pretty surprised!
Ordinarily we do our ‘sightseeing’ during the week. Security seem a little less ‘on the ball’, perhaps they’re not expecting visitors in the same way they are at a weekend.
When we explored this abandoned hotel we realised after a few minutes that the hotel had power.
One classical urbex place which won’t be missed – Cheratte Hasard
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