I was driving around the other day when I spotted a house in the Historic District of my town that was boarded up. I came back a few days later with my camera and a buddy to check it out. While surveying the outside a lady walked past and gave us a questioning look. Like I normally do I struck up a conversation to deter suspicion.
As it turns out she is the head of the Historical Commission and was ecstatic that there were young people interested in the older buildings and their history. She invited us to her house (a beautiful Victorian style I think..) and told us the about the house and that there was a secret entrance to a cave bellow. She asked us to help with her cause of protecting the historical places (as property values are crazy high). I will be returning to inquire as how to help later this week. Maybe see if I can become a photographer for them.
This just goes to show even the most unlikely people might be they key to finding new places.
Sorry for the long text here are some pictures I took of the inside of the house. We haven't found the cave yet but think it's in a locked shed in the back.