Abandoned Hotel w/ Power (Video And Photos)

Author UrbexForgotten - Last updated: 20.03.2017

When we explored this abandoned hotel we realised after a few minutes that the hotel had power. This hotel was abandoned about 5 years ago and we really were not expecting this. As we entered one of the rooms we saw a red light in one of the hotel telephones, my first thought was a battery inside, but one of the other rooms had the fridge with the door open, and there was ice formed inside. As we walked down the stairs we started hearing the sounds of static tv noise. And we were right, lots of lights where ON and some TV were on also ON. It was truly haunting.

Country: Spain

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