We absolutely love seeing stories by urban explorers who venture into the obscure and forgotten places of the world. These places are old and abandoned, nature is starting to reclaim these extravagant buildings and they will soon be lost forever. These urban explorers sneak into these places not knowing what they will run into. They run the risk of being arrested or injured in these unsafe buildings. This story is no exception to the above listed risks, however what this urban explorer found is nothing like we’ve ever seen before. What photographer Stefaan Beernaert found in an old abandoned veterinary school in Anderlecht, Brussels will send chills down your spine and surely give you nightmares. This is the stuff horror movies are made of. If you get sick easily, proceed with caution!
The Neo-Renissance facade of this building is enough to deter most people. The veterinary school was in operation in the late 20th century and has been abandoned for many years.
Once inside, the feeling is cold and desolate. Even though it has been abandoned for a long time, these explorers felt something inside with them.
The rooms and the hallways are falling a part at a rapid rate. It’s quite a creepy sight but the real horrors lie beneath the floors.
As they made their way closer to the bowels of the old school, a pungent smell started to pierce their noses. A smell like no other.
When they started to head downstairs, the smell became so bad that a few of the explorers had to leave. It was the smell of old formaldehyde, like that in your high school science class. Take that smell and times it by ten.
When the few that could bear the smell made it downstairs, their jaws hit the floor when they saw nearly 100-year-old containers full of dead animals. Some recognizable and others just grotesque organs sealed in a jar of thin delicate glass.
“The head of a calf joined with the leg of a cat,” was reported by one explorer. There were brains and different animals everywhere. Hundreds of them.
The smell was worse than anything they could describe. It took everything for them not to vomit during the exploration.
The containers and jars of animals and animal organs were hidden in the basement of this school for almost 100 years sitting in the dark waiting to be discovered again.
They were expecting a mad scientist to jump out and stick a needle of some concoction into their necks and drag them into his secret lab for experimentation.
The school was moved and this location was shut down in 1991 but, most of these are the original specimens the scientists would study and teach with when the school opened nearly 100 years ago.
According to the label, these are a dog’s mammary glands. Whatever it is, it’s the root of nightmares.
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