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I ve past this house for years.always had a car in drive way..then months ago no more car...i went to take a look.....the back dor had a latch i opened the latch and the whole door came off..big heavy door almost crushed me...well im in..i thought

 

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The door to the left lead to the basement..it was sealed tight...got a feelng it was flooded

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seems like theres some attempt at restoration

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thats a nice fireplace

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this is the olderist calander still hanging ive seen..odd its the same month 47 years later

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its always funny when the soap is still  in the soap dish

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at the top of the stairs i found this..gaping hole a long drop into the basement

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i built a little bridge over it

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century old framed photos and a 1983 natasha kinkski playboy

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this must be the master of the house

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he musta been a professor

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and a surgeon

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the collection

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now i gotta figure out getting down over the hole.......I only got a female voice and it was outside...saying something...something..talks to you

 

 

 

 

 

 

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