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 great day out with urbexing friends including NorfolkExplorer, we got to the hospital very early even considering the long drive. Being a nocturnal student at the time I think I was functioning on about 2 hours of sleep.
A villa, empty but with a nice staircase:
This was a great adventure with a group of urbexing friends! Could have spent hours in here taking pictures, even if most of the place was fairly ransacked for any metal.
I popped down a couple of weeks ago without my camera and decided to pop back down (Technically I was on 1 – 10 so this is a dinner hour visit)
This place is directly next to a main road, and has frequent dog walkers walking past. Access will never be an issue. Its not extensive and has thick tree cover. But some great inside stuff which I couldn’t photograph with no flash on me.
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