Freaktography’s Top Ten Most Shocking Finds in Abandoned Places
I highly recommend you check it out below at the link and follow his work, this is a level of exploring and infiltration that I have barely had a taste of
Now, while I, in no way can top that post and the experiences of Bob and his crew, it did inspire me to think up another idea along the same lines.
I thought I should share my top ten most shocking discoveries in abandoned places. Over the years between myself and the many other great explorers in Ontario, we have found and uncovered some truly shocking things.
To me, exploring an abandoned house should be treated like a sort of archaeological dig site, take your time, explore, navigate, open drawers, closets, look around to see what kind of strange things might be hidden in these long forgotten homes and properties.
Putting this list together and capping it at 10 was a hard task, but some things hold much more shock value than others, so for this compilation I have tried to keep it to the ten best and most shocking discoveries.
Let’s get on with the list
Freaktography's Top Ten Most Shocking Finds in Abandoned Places
In March of 2014, in a story literally told around the world, I found nearly $7,000 in cash hidden behind a mattress in an abandoned house.
There are many theories about this and skeptics, but however that money ended up getting there, I found it and along with my friend Ground State Photography, we returned it to its rightful owner.
Watch the video here
A very sad and shocking discovery inside a former funeral home in Southern Ontario.
While still owned by a local funeral home, this building had sat vacant for years before being discovered by Urban Explorers. Inside there were several caskets, unclaimed cremains, mortuary make up, embalming machines and more
However the most surprising find to me was in this small white childs casket that was sitting upstairs in amongst other caskets in what looked to be a display and show room
See the video here