Abandoned buildings hold a certain fascination to people who enjoy things like urban exploring. The thought of the unknown is what drives them to really see for themselves what these places that have been reclaimed by nature have to offer. My friends and I recently decided to explore an old abandoned paper mill. Granted, we had a few drinks at the bar down the street beforehand. Nonetheless, we decided to brave the no-trespassing signs and climbs the fence to the inside. Unfortunately we weren’t able to gain access to the building, but the outside was definitely creepy enough for all of us. It’s this kind rush that draws people to these places. A Reddit user was recently exploring an abandoned building in Lithuania when he found quite a few things that would turn my body ice-cold and cause me to run out screaming. This is seriously weird and creepy.
No one really knows what this place used to be. No matter what it used to be though, it’s creepy as all hell now.
This place does not look inviting at all.
Now, if I enter an abandoned place and this is the first thing I see, I’m walking right back out. I don’t mess with the occult like this. Nothing good can come of it.
This place is an absolute wreck, no wonder people come here for weird activities.
I can see this place being the setting for a new Resident Evil game, that’s how creepy it is. Apparently trap doors were popular whenever this was built as well.
I’m sure this was used strictly for medical purposes and in no way, shape or form for illegal activities…
On second thought….maybe there were some drugs involved….
While I do admire artwork, this is just way to creepy. It seems like it would feel like it was following you with its eyes.
Apparently the artist’s goal with these drawings was to make them as weird as possible.
Who knows what was going on here. This place is too weird to try to make sense out of everything…..or anything for that matter.
When you can’t see the end of the hallway, just turn back.