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post by TheahTheMoon   |  | 
Creepy Abandoned Cabin On The Sunshine Coast. Comes with Friend.
< on 12/5/2020 8:50 PM >

Went exploring this creepy abandoned cabin a couple days ago ... unfortunately, I was so spooked out (I was alone and haven't really explored alone much never mind abandoned things)... I didn't get any good photos and had to take stills from my video to share here. That's why the quality is absolute garbage.
Might go back. If not only to start my new life. It comes with a friend after all.
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post by minsk_belarus   |  | 
Re: Creepy Abandoned Cabin On The Sunshine Coast. Comes with Friend.
<Reply # 1 on 12/7/2020 9:31 AM >

Nice little place


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post by corvidcache   |  | 
Re: Creepy Abandoned Cabin On The Sunshine Coast. Comes with Friend.
<Reply # 2 on 12/7/2020 5:41 PM >

That friend is creepy as fuck.

What really interests me is the larger skull in #12. It's a canid - do you have wolves in your area? It's hard to tell from the still how big the thing is. Wolves' skulls are 9-11 in (~23-28 cm), which is pretty big. Interesting also is that all the teeth are missing. I would have dug around in that box to see what I could learn about the animals. Bones can tell some great stories! I have a Steller sea lion skull that I found on the beach and from the skull I can tell that it was a mature male (it has a large sagittal crest with bone spurs that would arise from fighting over mates) and that it was shot (embedded buckshot in left tympanic bulla).

I guess the skull could be from a domestic dog too, but they're not often that narrow. Flipping it over would make it more distinguishable. Coyotes are a possibility too, if they're around, but they're smaller...


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post by TheGamingCave   |  | 
Re: Creepy Abandoned Cabin On The Sunshine Coast. Comes with Friend.
<Reply # 3 on 12/8/2020 2:23 AM >

Posted by corvidcache
That friend is creepy as fuck.

What really interests me is the larger skull in #12. It's a canid - do you have wolves in your area? It's hard to tell from the still how big the thing is. Wolves' skulls are 9-11 in (~23-28 cm), which is pretty big. Interesting also is that all the teeth are missing. I would have dug around in that box to see what I could learn about the animals. Bones can tell some great stories! I have a Steller sea lion skull that I found on the beach and from the skull I can tell that it was a mature male (it has a large sagittal crest with bone spurs that would arise from fighting over mates) and that it was shot (embedded buckshot in left tympanic bulla).

I guess the skull could be from a domestic dog too, but they're not often that narrow. Flipping it over would make it more distinguishable. Coyotes are a possibility too, if they're around, but they're smaller...


Yeah we have wolves and coyotes on the Sunshine coast, used to hear them when i was little well camping.

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post by Bizz   |  | 
Re: Creepy Abandoned Cabin On The Sunshine Coast. Comes with Friend.
<Reply # 4 on 2/1/2021 4:58 AM >

8/9 would have made me shit myself.


Good explore, looks like it was cute back in its day.


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post by spikey20   |  | 
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<Reply # 5 on 2/25/2021 2:20 AM >

this is so cool, where specifically on the coast was this? I need to check it out


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post by Aran   |  | 
Re: Creepy Abandoned Cabin On The Sunshine Coast. Comes with Friend.
<Reply # 6 on 2/25/2021 5:32 AM >

I agree with previous posters, that "friend" is creepy as fuck. Somebody took some definite level of sick joy in scaring the piss out of anyone who came by. Interesting location!


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