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Chateau De La Casserolle, Belgium, October 2015 (Visited Sept 2015)

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A few months earlier I was standing in front of this building, they actually closed it completely down, wow. As I was looking for an entry, I heard voices inside - jump scare :o - , I shouldn't go exploring so often on my own.. , Oh right..remembered the concierge put on the radio and light just to keep people away from it.. Now last month one of the few fellow explorers in this area posted pictures from a revisited, the castle was for sale and open for visitors twice a week, yes! I dragged my mom along with me because this was my only chance to ever get her in an abandoned building, legally. She thought it was awesome, even tho' she was scared of the ceiling crumbling down and the floors that could be rotten :rolleyes:

Anyhow; here are the pictures from our little trip!

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