Exploring a Derelict House

Author sophos9 - Last updated: 03.08.2009

My urbex adventure took a check from asylums yesterday and I found a derelict haunted house instead! The house is a grade II listed building and has long since been abandoned.

I walked around the property checking it out – it was a remote location and really felt weird being alone. As a horror movie fan, my mind was replaying lots of the typical outcomes

:)

Haunted Abandoned House - Hell

Outside the derelict house

If you look close, you can see a window that was open, that was the entry point. After looking through the windows, many of the large rooms looked dark – shadows hiding the horror that lived within

Haunted Abandoned House - Hell

Plants grow inside the abandonment

Wandering around the corner, light spilled into the room – the fine dust creating circling sun beams. The building was totally derelict, inside was like a skeletal maze

Haunted Abandoned House - Hell

Light spilled into the room

Wandering around the corner I could see a large room and the eroding timbers that used to make up the second floor, an old bath laid rotting in the corner

Haunted Abandoned House - Hell

Decaying Bath

Looking around, I could see a black bag with what looked like a body in it – maybe the last urban explorer?

Haunted Abandoned House - Hell

Decaying body in a bag?

I had seen enough, it was time to escape the madness and head back to the exit point – the smell in here was old and strange. On the way out, I saw objects that helped age the derelict house

Haunted Abandoned House - Hell

How old is this cleaner?

One last look behind before I got out, dark doorways always raise the hairs on my neck…

Haunted Abandoned House - Hell

What lurked in the darkness?

And with that, I was gone – leaving no trace of my existence is here. Another urban exploration that I walked away from. Urban exploration is my favorite hobby, nothing can touch the thrill!

Enjoy

sophos9

2 comments

#1JohnJanuary 16, 2010, 2:54 am

These look like video game screen shots.

#2tbqOctober 24, 2010, 9:24 pm

qauility

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