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UER Forum > US: South > Quick Explore/Blair Witch Cabin (Viewed 600 times)
ExploringWithNic 


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Quick Explore/Blair Witch Cabin
< on 10/24/2018 3:22 PM >
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It's been nearly a year since I've been exploring due in part to an unrelenting schedule as well as some unwilling friends. However, something caught my eye yesterday. I've walked past this house dozens of times. Oddly, though, this was the first time I ever paid attention to it. I immediately texted my usual exploring buddy to tell him I found a place we could check out real quick.

From the yard, facing directly at the house, I was reminded immediately of the cabin from the Blair Witch movies (or at least the two good ones). The dogs at the house next door started going nuts and didn't stop barking and jumping against the fence until we were inside the house.

Upon entering, it seemed as if the building was once used as a daycare. If not, it certainly was being used as storage for an old one. There were holes in the foundation on the ground floor through which pipes could be seen. One such hole was covered with an old daycare sign that didn't exactly seem trustworthy.

The floors upstairs made me uneasy. The wood was significantly rotted in some spots. I tried not to stand in the middle of the upstairs rooms because of this. Being 280 pounds, it didn't seem improbable that I could fall through. The most interesting thing I found was an old (1990s) Dell laptop. Apart from that, there wasn't much to see. Just the usual satanic graffiti with what seemed to be leftovers from a summoning ritual or something of the sort with a little girl's elementary school picture placed on the center of a pentagram on the floor. I didn't stick around to take a picture because those types of things give me the creeps.

I still haven't quite figured out the whole posting images thing, but after my last thread it was suggested that I start a Flickr and post links to it in my threads. So, I've done just that. They aren't exactly professional quality as I was in a hurry and shooting with an iPhone, but I did what I could.

https://flic.kr/s/aHskGNmdQV




skatchkins 


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Re: Quick Explore/Blair Witch Cabin
< Reply # 1 on 10/24/2018 6:21 PM >
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Great documenting photos. Glad you were able to get out explore.

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I still haven't quite figured out the whole posting images thing, but after my last thread it was suggested that I start a Flickr and post links to it in my threads. So, I've done just that.


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JokerSpecter 


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Re: Quick Explore/Blair Witch Cabin
< Reply # 2 on 10/24/2018 10:57 PM >
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Looks like a fun remodel. Nice find!




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