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5 Hats aka Villa Dennis Be. - Dec 2012

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Blowing the dust of my urbex files ....been along time sitting on my computer thought id pop out of retirement and share an experience.

Villa Dennis ....we drove right past this place , glancing back to the left i heard a shout OI is that it !!!!

Yup 4sure that be it :D

Ok middle of the week do we, don't we, heard tales of the owner being 200 yards down the road so we parked up on the opposite side of the road and collected our thoughts on the matter......also theres a blue car parked right outside the front of the villa .Now not knowing the location or the country i decide to drive down and park right in front of the villa to check out said blue car .Cloaked up is on a mission scouting about the car he sees bath panels also the front window is open FUCK ....renovation springs to mind , he returns to the car (thinking caps on ) cough cough splutter splutter sip of beer erm erm .....0k reach forward remove tom tom form screen, i say to clocked up ...dude go knock on the door and ask directions for Brussels ....without question he does .....this were things get really fucked up low and behold someone opens the front door lol whos stood in front of us ....1.the owner 2.the police 3.a farmer nah only a local urbexer who is just there for a mooch with no camera later after a chat i found it to be Carina Verbist....nice to meet you

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Thanks for looking Mr.Oldskool (maybe back in the game or maybe not)

Edited by Nelly
Added date to title :)

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